YW Culinary is a hands-on workforce training program designed to prepare low to moderate income women for success in the food service industry.
Features of the program include:
- Development of culinary and food service skills
- Pre-employment skills such as team work, communication skills, interview practice, and resume writing
- Money management
- ServSafe Food Handler Certificate
- Guest Chefs
- Tours of local restaurants and food service businesses
- Job placement and retention assistance
- Ability to earn a stipend after successful job placement and job retention
Transportation, professional clothing, and childcare provided.
Next scheduled class dates:
March 10 – May 28, 2020
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
9:30 am – 2:30 pm
Let us know if you’re interested:
Strengthen your money management skills by developing tools to help with budgeting, credit and debt issues.
Participants must commit to complete the entire course consisting of 2 (two hour) modules over two consecutive evenings. This is the first of the two evenings. Registration required.
Basic Money Management will help strengthen your money management skills by developing tools to help with budgeting, credit and debt issues.
Participants must commit to complete the entire course consisting of 2 (two hour) modules over two consecutive evenings. This is the first of the two evenings. It will take place at the Evanston Public Library, at 1702 Orrington Avenue in Evanston, in the Falcon Room on the 3rd floor.
This class is open to the public, but please register online to attend.
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- What you can afford
- How to start your search
- How to stay current on rent
- How to read the lease
This workshop provides the basics new renters need! Workshop presented by Erica Crohn Minchella, President, Minchella & Associates, Ltd.
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