Brooke was in the 11th grade when she started working for Eat’n Park in Butler as a greeter. Soon Brooke was graduating high school. She wanted to be a Spanish teacher so she pursued her teaching degree at Westminster College. While attending college, she worked part time at Eat’n Park; this gave her the opportunity to be a scholarship winner. Great job Brooke! When Brooke started student teaching, she realized that teaching wasn’t what she thought it would be. She realized how much she enjoyed working at Eat’n Park so she decided to turn her part time job into a full time career. She soon entered the management training program. She has loved management ever since she started her training. She is currently working on being promoted to manager.
Brooke enjoys working with people and likes to be able to coach and teach. Restaurant management is the perfect fit! She loved Eat’n Park’s peer adviser program and recommends that everyone have a strong relationship with their peer adviser.
She loves to eat Seafood Pasta. It’s different and something you can’t get anywhere else.
Que te cuides, Brooke!