Hot Bread Kitchen Culinary Instructor Barbara Duarte discusses the importance of a diverse culinary training curriculum and how it helps our members become better prepared for the culinary workforce.
Hot Bread Kitchen member Kisha turned a lifelong passion for cooking into a career through not one, but two of our culinary training programs.
After completing Hot Bread Kitchen’s Culinary Training Program, Shruti was able to secure a stable job for the first time since immigrating from India.
Russ & Daughters, the famous Lower East Side appetizing counter and restaurant, is not just a New York City institution; it’s also a committed partner of Hot Bread Kitchen. Ahead of the Jewish High Holy Days, one of the busiest and most thrilling times of year for the 107-year-old family business, Hot Bread Kitchen spoke […]
Hot Bread Kitchen has been lucky to partner with employers from across the spectrum of food businesses, of all sizes and specialties, markets and backgrounds, cuisines of the world and corners of the city. Of the many small local businesses with which we’ve partnered to help women launch careers in food, there is one that […]
Employment is an essential building block for economic mobility, but it is not the only thing that our Culinary Workforce participants need in order to succeed. To help our Workforce participants and alumni achieve their financial goals throughout their careers and lives, in early 2019 we introduced financial literacy and coaching into our training program. […]