All You Knead is Love

Jake Minoff smiles at the camera in a fall setting.

Students at the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics have almost 30 unique student groups that they can choose to join. In each installment of this series, an executive member of one of these student groups will share their first-hand experience choosing, participating in and eventually leading their group. 

Jake Minoff, Class of 2020 hospitality business management major, is the president of All You Knead is Love at the Lerner College. Minoff shared why he joined All You Knead is Love, what makes this group unique and more!

 

When and why did you choose to join this student group?

Minoff: I love the fact the all of the profits from the club’s sales go to the children’s hospital and it is a great opportunity for all students in all majors to get the chance to learn how to make chocolates in a professional kitchen. 

 

What is the mission of your student group?

Minoff: To make and sell chocolates, then donate the profits to the local children’s hospital

 

What is your best memory from this student group?

Minoff: Watching the students have fun and learn about the chocolate making process while supporting a good cause.

 

What is unique about your student group?

Minoff: We use the Vita Nova kitchen which normally only hospitality students have access to.

 

What has been your proudest moment leading your student group?

Minoff: Watching the students get excited to make chocolate and support a good cause.

 

What are your goals for the future of your student group?

Minoff: To increase the amount of chocolates we sell each semester therefore increasing the amount we can donate to the children’s hospital.

 

How has your student group helped you grow?

Minoff: It taught me how to manage a very large group and to stay organized.  

 

All You Knead is Love meets one or two times per month at the Trabant Satellite Kitchen.

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