The very last Fostering Wellness Workforce Readiness class graduated on Friday, August 17th, culminating a program that has shepherded seven classes of foster youth into the workforce with newfound culinary and life skills.
The 73rd Culinary Job Training Graduation on Friday, December 16th was a time for joyful noise. Four young students broke out into celebratory song after graduating from the first-ever youth Culinary Readiness program.
Maria needed a job to help support her family, but her search had been unsuccessful. Then she learned about our Culinary Job Training Program.
The 5 graduates of the 72nd Culinary Job Training class demonstrated their professional skills by creating a luncheon buffet for friends, supporters, and very special guests: NC Secretary of State Elaine Marshall and Wake County Commissioner John Burns.
On Saint Patrick’s day, our Culinary Job Training Program graduated two fresh-out-of-the-box cooks: Fatma and Patrick. What a way to kick off spring!
5 more students graduated from IFFS' Culinary Job Training Program! It was the 70th graduation, from a program that has produced 384 graduates over the years.