Daejeon Institute of Science and Technology (President Hyo-in Lee) said that the food service department is preparing a meaningful event to celebrate Teacher's Day on the 15th.

Daejeon Institute of Science and Technology 'Delivery of Cookies of Love' event for the Teacher's Day in catering and culinary arts (Photo courtesy of Daejeon Institute of Science and Technology)
Daejeon Institute of Science and Technology 'Delivery of Cookies of Love' event for the Teacher's Day in catering and culinary arts (Photo courtesy of Daejeon Institute of Science and Technology)

Daejeon Institute of Science and Technology (President Hyo-in Lee) said that the food service department is preparing a meaningful event to celebrate Teacher's Day on the 15th.

This event has been held voluntarily by students for more than ten years. This is a traditional event that students have been conducting voluntarily. About 40 students visited 30 high schools to show their respect for their alma mater, who baked cookies (chocolate cookies, snowballs, and scones) in the pastry and baking lab. And it will be delivered with a sense of gratitude.

Due to the Anti-Corruption Act (Kim Young-ran Act) and the COVID-19 incident, they are not able to express their gratitude for their teachers, but they are silently trying to deliver cookies with their talents and sincerity to support their old teachers who are striving to foster backwardness in the educational field.

Professor Insoo Park (head of the catering culinary department) said, “The attitude of students who prepared an event to express their gratitude to their teachers while having the right personality, which is becoming increasingly important in the service industry, for prospective cooks and pastry chefs (confectioners) who will be responsible for the future Korean food culture. We hope that this proud tradition will continue.”

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