STEP also refers its participants to partner organizations that are experts in addressing our students’ additional needs, such as housing support, childcare vouchers or assistance, clothing, GEDs and other educational needs, and dealing with traumatic situations.
If you would like more information about our programs and are interested in either referring participants to us, or in making sure that we are aware of your organizations’ offerings, please contact us!
STEP partners with large food service that offer their members stable, family jobs, with benefits. STEP is here to support our partner employers’ goals of providing excellent service to their clients and customers. We are your source for trained new hires and can work with you on training needs for your current staff.
Let us know about your existing or upcoming openings, or reach out in advance if you anticipate a larger need as you open new, or re-open cafeterias, cafes, and restaurants. We can arrange special job training classes and/or work with community partners to help you find the right people.
Training on Demand for UNITE HERE Local 23 Employer Partners
Participating employers can also request classes or workshops for current staff, tailored to your specific needs. These classes can be provided at an employer’s site on a variety of topics, including:
Culinary workshops (such as knife skills, or cuisine/topic/technique specific)
Food safety certifications (food handler, food manager, food allergy, safe alcohol service)
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)