Part-time food service positions with competitive pay
Join the culinary staff in Mitchell Hall, Columbus State's new, cutting-edge home for hospitality and culinary arts programs.
Opened in August 2019, Mitchell Hall is the new home of Columbus State's School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts. The building is named after renowned restaurateur Cameron Mitchell of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants’ (CMR) who generously took the lead on the philanthropic campaign and provided a $2.5 million gift in support of the project.
Features of the 80,000-square-foot, three-floor facility include:
- More than doubling Hospitality and Culinary Arts enrollment capacity to more than 1,500 students.
- Degrees, a professionally managed, student-staffed 50-seat sit-down restaurant and bar and Blend, a 20-person retail cafe and bakery, both with outdoor seating.
- A 400-plus seat banquet-capacity conference center with onsite catering and a sweeping balcony overlooking downtown.
- A two-story culinary theater for lectures and community events.
With the opening of Degrees and Blend, Columbus State is seeking food service professionals to help run both retail spaces, which are both open to the public. It's a great opportunity to work with our students and culinary team to create a great experience for our guests while earning a competitive wage.
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Why Columbus State?
A Commitment to Affordability
Thanks to a low annual tuition and financial aid options, 76 percent of our students take on zero student loan debt. Many go on to one of our nine regional university partners who offer guaranteed admission and credit transfer to Columbus State graduates.
The Most Diverse College in Central Ohio
We serve students from all backgrounds and seek to cultivate an equally diverse workforce.
A Big City with Small-Town Approachability
- 14th-largest city in the U.S., right behind San Francisco
- Recipient of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s $50M Smart City grant to develop intelligent transportation systems
- Excellent public schools, 140 private secondary institutions, and 54 higher education campuses
- Provides strong support for immigrants and refugees through the New Americans Initiative
- Received a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Municipal Equality Index in 2017 for its LGBTQ-friendly policies
- The Discovery District has great coffee shops, a brewery, and a gourmet market within walking distance of Columbus State
- World-class arts organizations include BalletMet, Opera Columbus, and the Columbus Symphony
- Award-winning library system with 23 branch locations
Visitors wander the galleries at the Columbus Museum of Art.
The Hills Market is a locally owned specialty grocery store within walking distance of the Columbus Campus.
Huntington Park in the Arena District is home to the Columbus Clippers baseball team.
The Short North Arts District is a popular dining and entertainment destination.
The Columbus Pride Parade draws roughly 500,000 attendees every year.
The Columbus Metropolitan Library was named National Library of the Year in 2010.