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Waite House Community CulinaryArts now accepting applicants

Chef Austin Bartold, center, explaining the intricacies of artful and healthy cooking in the new Waite House kitchen to Culinart Arts Apprentices Abdikarim on the left and Jazmin Angeles on the right.

The Waite House Community CulinaryArts program is a 10-week culinary arts training and kitchen apprenticeship for young adults 16-21. Youth learn technical kitchen management skills to achieve “ServSafe” credentialing while preparing healthy meals for adults and youth in their community who lack access to nutritious food. Weekly lessons focus on issues of food justice, farm to table and local foods movement, farmers/workers rights and more. Program graduates have gone on to work at Open Arms of MN, local restaurants & catering and in the hospitality industry.  Priority goes to youth living in Minneapolis.

Youth interested may email  Rachel Young at youngr@puc-mn.org with their contact information and a brief explanation of why they are interested!

AND we are the program featured at Seward Co-Op’s “Round-Up” in October by which customers may”round-up” their purchase price at the Grocery and Deli to the nearest dollar as a contribution to the non-profit organization of the month.  OCTOBER is WAITE HOUSE!

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One Response to “Waite House Community CulinaryArts now accepting applicants”

  1. Laura Waterman Wittstock says:

    Austin Bartold and his staff prepared the food for the Mill City Museum opening of the We Are Still Here exhibit. The food was outstanding!! Many kudos to Austin.

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