Community Servings is a food and nutrition program to individuals and families living with critical and chronic illnesses. It also offers a job training program that consists of a 12-week curriculum covering all factors of working in a professional kitchen, including food safety, nutrition, knife skills, quality food preparation, and Servsafe certification. Trainees learn by completing daily hands-on classes with a chef instructor, as well as through participation in a culinary internship in the Community Servings kitchen, where over 3,000 meals are made from scratch each day. The program also includes job readiness classes, resume writing, mock interviews, digital and financial literacy, and one year of job placement and job retention support for all graduates.
Must be a citizen or be legally registered. Proficiency in English. High school diploma/GED/HiSET not required. CORI friendly; not SORI friendly.