Kenny Slaught, real estate professional, discusses the characteristics of Santa Barbara’s architecture and how the city has maintained its integrity over the years. He points out the legal protections set in place to preserve the features of the historical landmarks, and he provides the background on George Washington Smith, the man who revived the Spanish Colonial style throughout California.
Santa Barbara real estate professional, Kenny Slaught, provides insight into the natural charm of the city’s architecture and how it has been maintained throughout the years.
He highlights the distinct characteristics of the architectural style, as well as discusses the history of Santa Barbara’s founding father, George Washington Smith.
The service and hospitality industry is an exciting field which offers great opportunities at competitive salaries, and provides graduates the chance to hone their passion and pursue their goals of becoming a great chef, manager, or hotel admin. The Culinary Arts and Hotel Management program offered at SBCC is diverse, touching on many different aspects of the service industry, of all different sizes. Accruing skills like these can help people find careers not only locally, but gain the skills necessary to relocate practically anywhere else in the world. Kenny Slaught points out that the program, “can prepare students to start their own businesses and fulfill their dream of becoming a business owner and working for themselves.”
Santa Barbara entrepreneur and property investor Kenny Slaught has recently reviewed on his blog at KennySlaught.com several great career opportunities and training programs offered by Santa Barbara City College. These are especially designed for those not pursuing college credits but instead interested in learning something new. The community of Santa Barbara is a space known for providing its citizens with many prospects in career advancement as well as professional training in skills that are relevant in the real world. Slaught, Having mentioned before the many ways the community comes together and pushes forward programs that benefit all of those who call Santa Barbara, home, discussed the many options available to those interested, including Computer Network Engineering, Culinary Arts and Hotel Management, Environmental Horticulture, Graphic Design, among others.