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Youth Baking and Culinary Camp

Thursday, April 22, 2021

UA-PTC Youth Chefs Culinary Camp

Registration is open!

Camp Ages

Camp Tuition
$250 per camp, per week

Camp Days and Times
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

UA-PTC Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute
13000 I-30, Little Rock, AR

Camp Schedule

Please Note:

  • Level I camp must be taken before a student can enroll in a Level II camp.
  • Camp slots are limited. Campers are taken on a first come, first served basis once registration begins in April. In order to secure your child’s spot in we must first have the registration and payment.
  • Waiting List - Please click on the interested camp to be added to the waiting list.

Week 1 - June 28-July 2
Culinary I  (SOLD OUT)
Cake I  (SOLD OUT)
Baking I  (SOLD OUT)

Week 2 - July 12-16
Culinary I  (SOLD OUT)
Cake I  (SOLD OUT)
Baking I  (SOLD OUT)

Week 3 - July 19-23
Culinary I  (SOLD OUT)
Culinary II  (SOLD OUT)
Cake I  (SOLD OUT)
Baking I  (SOLD OUT)

Week 4 - July 26-30
Culinary I  (SOLD OUT)
Cake I  (SOLD OUT)
Baking I   (SOLD OUT)
Baking II   (SOLD OUT)

Camp Descriptions

Baking Camp Level I - In this weeklong camp, students learn the basics of baking breads, pastries and cakes. Scaling and organization in the kitchen is also taught.

Baking Camp Level II - Students will build on techniques learned in Level I, including macarons and mousse!

Cake Camp Level I - Students will learn to bake, fill, and frost cupcakes and beginner celebration cakes. Buttercream piping and simple fondant techniques will be used so that students can create a variety of designs.

Cake Camp Level II - Students will continue to develop their piping and sugar modeling skills. Students will work on techniques and decorations to create a tiered fondant cake!

Culinary Camp Level I - Students will rotate through different "stations" of a classical kitchen to create the components for a variety of dishes. Knife cuts, cooking methods and desserts will be covered. Students will also learn the importance of cleaning and sanitizing along with scaling and organization in a kitchen.

Culinary Camp Level II - Students will continue to hone their knife skills and learn more advanced fundamentals of cooking and baking. The students will be making cuisines from different countries, trying new foods and techniques and refining their palates.


For questions, contact Kristin Howell, Director of Community Education at [email protected] or call (501) 907-6670 Ext. 3407.

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