To apply for the Teaching Kitchen job training program, please fill out this form.
The Community Servings Teaching Kitchen trains individuals interested in careers in the food service industry who are currently un/underemployed or facing barriers to full-time employment. As they learn food service skills, program participants also help our kitchen staff prepare the meals we deliver to our clients each day.
Utilizing our state-of-the-art industrial kitchen, which provides an exceptional training venue for applying a well-structured and truly hands-on learning experience, this 12-week curriculum covers all facets of working in a professional kitchen including food safety and sanitation, menu planning, food preparation, nutrition, packaging, and delivery. In addition, participants receive job-readiness skills highlighting the importance of punctuality, attendance, cooperation, and teamwork as well as writing a resume, interviewing, and job placement assistance.
Up to 12 students are enrolled in each of the four course cycles offered annually with classes scheduled Monday through Thursday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Friday from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Please contact Allison, Job Readiness & Employment Manager, at 617 522-7777 x206 or firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested in learning more about or participating in this training program. If you are a food service employer, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss your staffing needs and how we might partner with you.
We are a member of the Job Training Alliance, a network of greater Boston community-based workforce development organizations. The JTA network utilizes the combined power of member agencies to maximize and advocate for employment opportunities for low-income residents through sustained funding for workforce development.