On April 28, 2017, Second Harvest Culinary Training Program held the graduation ceremony for Class 20, 21, and 22. During the graduation ceremony, certificates of completion were awarded to 24 students. Our commencement speaker was Chef Nora Galdiano from Sysco. Chef Nora reminded our graduates there is no easy road […]

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Since its inception, the Culinary Training Program has always been about helping qualified, at-risk and economically disadvantaged Central Florida adults gain a set of life and culinary skills they can use to pursue a sustainable career in the food industry. It is a 14-week program provided at no charge and […]

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June starts a new venture at Second Harvest Food Bank as school ends and the Summer Feeding Program begins. Thanks to partnerships within the community, for the first time ever, the Darden Foundation Community Kitchen will be supplying 38 feeding sites with healthy, wholesome meals from our very own Production […]

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Catering for Good of Second Harvest Food Bank invites you to attend a Great Culinary Experience featuring Chef Kevin Fonzo, owner of K Restaurant in College Park. Guest will enjoy a 4 course dinner featuring a farm-to-table menu, starring fresh vegetables from K Restaurant’s beautiful and bountiful garden. Includes a […]

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On Friday, June 13, Second Harvest Food Bank held a graduation ceremony for nine graduates of its Culinary Training Program, which provides qualified, at-risk and economically disadvantaged adults with the skills needed to pursue a sustainable career in the food industry. All nine of the graduates have quality jobs lined […]

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By Guest Blogger Ann Schmidt of Evans Community High School 100 Women Strong and Second Harvest Food Bank partnered with Evans High School to provide 13 students with nine-weeks of culinary arts training. These students were chosen based on an essay in their application and overall desire to pursue culinary […]

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