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There is always a chance for growth and change. And no matter what difficulties a person has been through, they can lead a self-sufficient and happy life.
That's the idea behind The Salvation Army of Sacramento's Culinary Arts Training Program - a program that welcomes people who have struggled with homelessness and substance abuse, and gives them a unique opportunity. Through this program, they develop kitchen skills to support meaningful employment in local hospitality industries while instilling professionalism, confidence, and dignity.
Each 16-week course includes 384 hours of class and lab instruction, which includes a National Restaurant Association ServSafe Certificate upon passing the ServSafe Exam. The program provides a wide range of academic activities, directed hands-on training and one-on-one mentoring.
This is the opportunity of a lifetime for those who have struggled in the past and are ready to begin a new life.
It is only through your support that we can continue providing meaningful programs that help lift people up of out the cycle of addiction and homelessness.
Captain Martin Ross ∙ 916-563-3740
To Invest in This Program:
Austin Nevers ∙ 916-563-3773