Class offerings for job seekers typically include:
Culinary Foundations for English Language Learners: A 200-hour class to support graduates into entry level culinary jobs with union employers. It combines hands-on culinary training in a commercial kitchen with English language instruction, nationally recognized food safety credentials, interview skills, and union job placement assistance.
Food Service Worker: This short class (between 40 and 80 hours) provides basic food safety and commercial kitchen instruction to those who are conversational in English.
Barista: This short class may be combined with Food Service Worker, and provides graduates with basic barista and baking skills.
Catering Attendant: A short workshop on the basics of catering, primarily intended to assist graduates seeking part-time or on-call unionized positions as caterers. On-call wages earned by graduates are typically over $25 per hour.
Catering Entrepreneur: Modules designed to support hospitality workers looking to build a small catering business on the side.