AHA taught me not only the wondrous things the world of Culinary Arts has to show but also the harsh realities needed to become the chef one wants to be. You need passion and love for it, but also the physical, mental, and even emotional endurance. This is something that’s like a slap to the face for any person who had dreams of being a chef ever since they were a kid. But I know now that I needed to experience it.
I’ll be honest, I wavered towards the beginning for this wasn’t what I exactly expected. I didn’t know it demanded so much out of me and if I resisted, I’d crumble.
But I pulled through. AHA helped me do that, and now, I feel even more certain about my dream about wanting to be a great chef.

Chef Jillian Hermoso

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