In the morning students attend Life Skills, Job Skills, and Spiritual Growth classes. All of these classes teach our students how to heal from past hurts and move forward into their future.
In the afternoon and evening culinary students dress in their culinary shirts and hats ready to start cooking in the kitchen under the instruction of Feed Me Hope Culinary Chef David. Students help meal prep for our lunchtime community feeding, help prepare dinner for the 55 women staying in our Emergency Shelter and fill catering orders during this time.
Feed Me Hope Culinary School is a job training program available to men and women. Students learn classic culinary techniques, obtain their food safety and sanitation cards, and are assisted in job placement.
By the time they complete the program, students should excel in ten core competencies: Attendance, Personal Responsibility, Coachability, Food Safety, Time Management, Customer Service, Culinary Arts and Knife Skills, Equipment Knowledge and Kitchen Math. We have seen a remarkable transformation in the lives of our students as they begin to walk into their healthy futures.