Philabundance Community Kitchen (PCK), an adult vocational training program for low-income adults, seeks prospective students for its next class, starting October 1st.
This 14-week program provides nearly 500 hours of culinary arts training and also offers exposure to guest chefs, catering opportunities, off-site internships and job placement services. In addition, retention services are offered for two full years to ensure that students maximize their training and maintain positive work ethics.
Prospective students must attend an open house, at which they will have the opportunity to hear what PCK has to offer to individuals looking for a second chance in life or a career in the culinary industry.
For dates, times, and location information about the September open houses, check out the flier here!