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Greater Essex County District School Board Community Kitchen Partnership

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Speaker: Robert Catherine …

Speaker: Robert Catherine
Session: Healthy Food Prepared By Youth For Youth

Published in: Education, Business
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  • 1. Greater Essex County District School Board Community Kitchen Partnership
  • 2. Partnership  working together with our community partner, The Unemployment Help Centre  provide an opportunity for students to take credit courses    Hospitality and Tourism Cooperative education beginning February 2013.
  • 3. “State of the art facility”
  • 4. Certifications available at the UHC       Lift-truck WHIMS CPR and First Aid Smart Serve National Food Safety Training through the Canadian Restaurant and Food Service Association Service Excellence
  • 5. Different opportunities to work in the Community Kitchen Night School Hospitality & Tourism TFJ3C Community Kitchen Hospitality/ Cooperative Education Day Program
  • 6. Night School at the Community Kitchen Hospitality & Tourism - TFJ3C Night School Monday & Wednesday February 11th – June 3rd 2013 4:15 pm– 7:30 pm
  • 7. Hospitality/Cooperative Education Day Program    Provides career preparation for students with an interest in the various sectors of the tourism industry, with an emphasis on food service. Students will have the opportunity to work with a Red Seal Cook in a “state of the art” commercial kitchen. Flexible timetables are available.
  • 8. What the students have to say…. “I like that we are always busy doing something” Sommar “I like being at the Community Kitchen because I get experience doing something I love.” Nina
  • 9. What advice would you give a student thinking about this program? “This place is fun. It is different and a new learning experience. It’s not like school, it’s like a job” Lance “It is fun here. You are learning different things and helping people too.” Aneeka
  • 10. Why did you choose this program? “I wanted to get out of school and do hands on work instead of writing” David “I want to get my last credits to graduate and then go to college” Lance
  • 11. Questions?
  • 12. Community Kitchen Video

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