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Culinary Workforce Training Program is Back in Action

This January the Culinary Workforce Training Program welcomed two new participants, Kassandra and Michael. The participants will undergo 15 weeks of training including culinary skills, career development and an internship at a food service institution. Although they have different career aspirations, both participants strive to become self-sufficient, with skills that will help them find better jobs to support themselves and their families.

Join Us For Lunch

The Culinary Workforce Training Program invites you to the Collaborative Community Centered Food Hub for a FREE Chef’s Table lunch. Meet the participants and get a taste of their cooking while they progress through the program. Learn about their experiences developing culinary skills and what they hope to do with them in the future!

Reserving is Simple:
  1. Visit the NMEP Event Calendar https://tinyurl.com/NMEPEvents and choose your lunch date
  2. Follow the link to eventbrite to reserve your seat
  3. Meet us at the Food Hub (8501 N. 30th St) and enjoy

Become an Internship Partner

We’re looking for local food businesses to host culinary interns. By welcoming an intern into your business, you offer participants valuable on the job experience while retaining local talent and giving back to the community! To find out more information, please email No More Empty Pots at info@www.nmepomaha.org or call 402.502.1642.




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