Reynolds Culinary Arts students Sam Bausone and John Bradley were named Culinary Students of the Year at the 8th Annual Elby Awards hosted by Richmond Magazine.Read More
The forthcoming 'Kitchens at Reynolds' culinary school creates opportunity for students and East End residents.Read More
In the Church Hill neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia, a resident's life expectancy can be ten to twenty years lower than that of someone born in the City's West End.Watch Video
What motivated you to study culinary arts? Baking started as a release from my day job, but became more than a hobby; it turned into a from-home business when I sold holiday pies for a few years.Read More
What motivated you to study culinary arts? My motivation to study Culinary Arts came from my first kitchen job in Fredericksburg at the Sunken Well Tavern.Read More
What motivated you to study culinary arts? I graduated from J. Sargeant Reynolds in 2010 with my Pastry Arts Career Study Certificate, but came back in 2016 to get my Associates Degree.Read More
What does it take to fix Thanksgiving dinner for Metropolitan Richmond? Lots of giving hearts, lots of working hands, and a massive amount of planning.Read More
RICHMOND, Va. (May 15, 2018) – Reynolds Community College has received a $250,000 grant from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation to support need-based scholarships for residents of Richmond’s East End community.Read More
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — A bulldozer moves loudly across the construction site. It is the sound of progress in Church Hill. A mixed-use community is going up at North 25th Street and Nine Mile Road.Read More
Elby Student of the Year Award Winner Caroline Horiuchi loves all things “bread”, credits her mom for being the inspiration behind her desire to cook, is truly grateful for her Reynolds culinary family (her harshest critics, but strongest support), and says being in the culinary program has been “amazing.” Caroline talks about her culinary adventure.
Elby Student of the Year Award Winner Denton Taylor fell in love with cooking when he had to cook for himself, loves learning about the culinary industry, wants to open a Gastro Pub, and has this to say about the future of the Reynolds Culinary Program: “The program is in goods hands with Chef Jesse Miller there to lead and there is no ceiling on how great he and the program will be”. Denton talks about his culinary adventure.
Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes of a large event or dinner? How about a culinary classroom?Watch Video
Reynolds Community College has received a $100,000 grant from Capital One to bring more workforce opportunities, especially in culinary arts and hospitality, to Richmond's East EndRead the full release
How can RVA gain national attention through Reynolds’ innovative culinary instruction? And, how should this project give voice to the community it serves? Reynolds is honored to have graduate students from the award-winning VCU Brandcenter developing a brand strategy for the college’s East End footprint. The project’s new brand identity will be revealed in the coming months!
The state-of-the-art space will feature teaching kitchens, lecture classrooms, and a demonstration kitchen where locally-renowned chefs can share their knowledge with students and the public.Read More
Town Hall at Mt. Olivet Church, April 2017: Reynolds President Dr. Gary Rhodes, 7th District Councilwoman Cynthia Newbille, and 71st District Delegate Jeff Bourne.
In a series of community conversations, support from residents was high for greater access to academic and career pathways resulting from Reynolds’ presence in Church Hill. By becoming an anchor tenant in a new development at 25th and Nine Mile Road – a site that also features a full-service grocery store and affordable apartments – the college brings critical workforce training to a historically under-resourced community in Richmond.