Franklin College student Elliot McKinley worried about cooking for themself. So, when they saw PIVOT offered sessions called 1001 Ways to Cook Ramen, the English/creative writing major aspired to leave their baking blunders behind.
Franklin offers hands-on PIVOT workshops to students between Winter Term and Spring Term. For a few days, students have the opportunity to master almost any new skill they want.
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Interested in not eating the same chicken ramen for four years straight? 1001 Ways to Cook Ramen helped Becca cook with the best of them.
“PIVOT was an experience where I did a lot of hands-on learning, and I thought it was a great way to teach us students some valuable life skills in a fun environment. The course so much fun, and we learned how to make a lot of good food on a budget.” – McKinley
The class taught students more than how to revolutionize ramen recipes. 1001 Ways to Cook Ramen also showcased how you can maintain a meager college-student budget and still make delicious meals.
“The course emphasized that you can cook good food even if you don’t have a lot of money, which I thought was a great lesson to take away as a college student.” – McKinley
Franklin College knows 90 percent of the college experience happens outside the classroom. We’ve cultivated a curriculum that won’t just teach you how to write a history paper. It will prepare you to survive all facets of life – including how to make an amazing cup of microwave ramen.