Bread for Life promises hospitality job training that brings together industry leaders as instructors, a dedicated crew of volunteers, and local participants. Participants embark on an 8-week experience that starts with a thoughtfully developed classroom curriculum and paid hands-on work training. Those enrolled will develop a network of hospitality professionals, creating viable job leads which will prepare them for a sustainable career in the hospitality job market.
We offer an opportunity to learn, practice, retrain, and gain confidence through a well-established program. By tapping into a workforce seeking a second chance, Bread for Life is ready to get you to work.
Participants must be currently unemployed, 18+ years old, and a resident of Clarke County. Applicants seeking a second chance, including those with a criminal history, addiction history, victims of domestic violence, and anyone receiving SNAP benefits, are encouraged to apply.
Bread for Life provides hands-on training, instruction by industry professionals, and community support for men and women with the will to improve their lives and the desire to begin successful careers in the hospitality industry.
The Bread for Life curriculum is a composite of hands-on training in kitchen prep, banquet service, event set-up, and housekeeping, as well as practical classroom instruction by local industry partners.
How Does It Help You?
We want to help you get back to work! Through our hands-on training, instruction by industry professionals, and community support, we want to help improve your life and help you begin a successful career in the hospitality industry.
Our Program Includes:
Servsafe Certification, Certificate of Completion, 12 Months of Mentoring, Help with Transportation, Coursework in Industrial Food Service, Kitchen Prep, Banquet Services, Event Set-Up, and Housekeeping.