JNA Institute of Culinary Arts has provided quality training for the food service industry since 1988. Today, we offer culinary arts and restaurant management programs alongside a variety of culinary and pastry arts certificates, all designed to meet your needs. Ask about our online courses if you require the extra flexibility provided by distance education. With a strong concern for educational excellence and a proud record of job placement, JNA maintains an excellent reputation among students, graduates, and employers. Using modern educational techniques, the students are trained in a realistic job setting environment. Hands-on training is stressed, but theory and relevant course work are also used to provide our students with the necessary background and experience to become successes.Explore
As a culinary arts school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we provide culinary training and cooking classes both online and in our kitchen labs and demonstration kitchen. The hallmarks of our training are easily identified. They are effective instructional methods, hands-on training, and material of educational relevance. We deliver this to our students in a friendly and caring atmosphere.
You may find a lot of culinary arts schools near you, but not everyone caters to your needs. As an institution of culinary education, we offer relevant and up-to-date courses and career guidance. We offer quality training because our instructors possess decades of culinary and pastry arts experience and share that knowledge with our students. You can achieve more at JNA because you will receive individualized attention -- we know our students personally and maintain small class sizes so you can learn more effectively. We stand out as a high-quality culinary school when our alumni succeed in the food service industry. When you graduate, your successes are our successes, proving our value when it comes to culinary education.
JNA alum and winner of Guy's Chance of a Lifetime, Chef Kevin Cooper, was in our demonstration kitchen walking our students (and our local ABC news team) through his winning chicken and waffles dish from when he was a contestant on Guy’s Grocery Games on The Food Network. We couldn't be happier for Kevin!Learn More