The Second Helpings Culinary Job Training Program (2018)

Indianapolis, IN

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Granted $97,500, The Second Helpings Culinary Job Training Program promotes productive citizenship and provides an opportunity for individuals to gain industry recognized skills and certifications upon which future successes can be built. Since 1998, the Culinary Job Training program has focused on serving unemployed and underemployed adults in and around the Indianapolis urban core that exhibit the greatest need. Funds from the grant allows an additional thirteen students to participate in the transformative program.

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