The Culinary Institute of America honored Host Hotels & Resorts Chairman of the Board Richard Marriott for his vision, creativity, and entrepreneurship at the highest standards of excellence and leadership during its recent awards gala.
What does CIA stand for?
CIA stands for Culinary Institute of America (Hyde Park, New York)
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We have 545 other meanings of CIA in our Acronym Attic
- Cotton Insurance Association
- Council for Independent Archaeology (UK)
- Council for Inter-American Security (est. 1976)
- Counter Intelligence Agency (various locations)
- Courtauld Institute of Art (UK)
- Creative Investors Association
- Credit Institutions Act (Finland)
- Criminally Insane Asylum (band)
- Criminals in Action (song)
- Cryptographic Information Application
- Cumulative Impact Area
- Current Instruction Address
- Curriculum in Action (school field trips)
- Customer Interaction Agent
- Rome, Italy - Ciampino (Airport Code)
- Customer Information Access - Front End
- Canadian Independent Adjusters' Association (International Federation of Adjusting Associations)
- Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association
- Central Iowa Apartment Alliance (West Des Moines, IA)
- Central Iowa Art Association (Marshalltown, Iowa)
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based Culinary Institute of America will use the scholarship money to offer a complete tuition and expense package to one student per year--including room and board, books, fees and equipment.
McEnroe Organic Farm in upstate New York sends a dump truck to the Culinary Institute of America twice a week to pick up compost made from classroom scraps.
There were no formal baking and pastry schools in the United States, so I took the chance of attending The Culinary Institute of America and going through their culinary program, which is twenty-one months, simply to experience six weeks of baking and pastry.
One of the owners, Raymond McEnroe, said the farm grows more then 20 varieties of vegetables, including purple tomatoes and greenhouse tomatoes, for customers including the Culinary Institute of America.