09.21.10 | The Pennsylvania School of Culinary Arts
In 2009, Chef Susan Notter accepted a position at YTI Career Institute as an advisory board member. Shortly after, she became the program director for the Pastry Arts program at The Pennsylvania School of Culinary Arts, a division of YTI Career Institute- Lancaster.
Chef Notter, a resident of New Freedom, PA was named one of the Top 10 Pastry Chefs in the U.S. by Pastry Art & Design Magazine. She is an American Culinary Federation (ACF) Certified Executive Pastry Chef, has published two books, including her latest, That's Sugar, she speaks fluent German and she has been on the Food Network.
"This skill (sugar work) has taken me all over the world teaching and training others. I love to share my excitement and enthusiasm for pastry. I've had so many opportunities to learn and gain knowledge that it's my responsibility to pass this on to others. We are all blessed with talents, I have been very lucky to have found my calling early in life. Now after 30 years, I am in a position at YTI to mold and shape the Pastry Arts program using my expertise to create an amazing pastry program that offers a strong industry based foundation for our students."
» Visit yti.edu for more information on YTI's Pastry Arts program.
Program lengths vary. Not all programs available at all locations. Job placement not guaranteed. Financial aid is available to students who qualify. For federally mandated program information, visit yti.edu/disclosures.