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The Santa Rosa Junior College Wine Studies and Culinary Arts Programs are one of a myriad of educational institutions and public entities receiving contributions from the SFCWC. The SFCWC salutes these two SRJC programs for educational excellence in the field of wine studies and culinary arts.

Wine Studies Program Culinary Arts Program

winejudging.comSanta Rosa Junior College has one of the most comprehensive Wine Studies Program in California with over 1,200 students taking classes every year. Students are able to complete an Associate of Science Degree in Wine Studies with a concentration in Enology, Wine Service/Hospitality, or Wine Business/Marketing. Students are also able to receive certificates of completion in those concentrations with 18-22 units of completion. For further information, please go to and proceed to the Wine Studies Program.

For further information, email Bob Fraser, at Santa Rosa Junior College Agriculture and Natural Resources Chair and Wine Studies Instructor.

Established in 1989, Santa Rosa Junior College Culinary Arts Program, under the guidance of Michael Salinger, currently serves more than 400 students. The program has earned a reputation in the North Bay as a leading provider of culinary skills training. The job market is very strong with local restaurants relying heavily on the college to supply a pool of well-trained individuals. For further information, please go to or contact Michael Salinger at


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