Due to COVID-19, the Culinary Pathways Program has been put on pause.
West Side Campaign Against Hunger is committed to helping people overcome obstacles to jobs and providing opportunities for growth. The Culinary Pathways program is a comprehensive 12-week course that equips students with essential culinary training and career readiness skills to effectively secure employment in the food industry.
The program seeks to not only provide students with much-needed culinary skills (including knife skills, wet and dry cooking techniques, culinary math, and food safety) but also to provide the soft skills necessary to find and maintain stable employment after the program has ended.
WSCAH provides all Culinary Pathways students with assistance in goal setting, financial literacy, resume writing, and interview skills. Students are also encouraged to work with our Social Services department to receive a range of additional supportive services and resources.