On October 2, Governor Kathy Hochul visited Hot Bread Kitchen to announce a new statewide initiative to support asylum seekers in entering the workforce and starting new lives in our great city. The New York State Department of Labor (DOL) has identified 18,000 jobs with more than 400 employers that will be available to asylum […]
In the 2022 Nonprofit 40 Under 40 list, City & State showcases a group of young, diverse leaders in the nonprofit world who are making a difference in New York. These rising stars – all under the age of 40 – bring passion and professionalism to their work providing everything from health care services to […]
“Fourteen-year-old Hot Bread Kitchen has taken over a 10,000 square foot space in Chelsea Market that used to be the Food Network Test Kitchen. Google, a longtime partner, will cover the rent for the next three years. The move from its previous location will allow Hot Bread ‘to focus our resources more directly on our […]
Two Hot Bread Kitchen graduates, Saba and Misbah, were highlighted in The New York Times!
“As restaurants and other food businesses try to staff kitchens and front-of-house with reliable workers, apprenticeships can help bridge the food industry skills gap.”
From refugee-hosted meals to political dinners, the culinary industry is using food to raise awareness about hot-button topics. Trend forecaster JWT Intelligence highlighted our work as one of the training programs working with underserved communities.