DC Central Kitchen helps people struggling to join workforce

NBC Washington - DC Central Kitchen, located in Washington D.C., employs adults who are unemployed, recently released from prison, or homeless...

DC Central Kitchen, located in Washington D.C., offers jobs to adults having trouble entering the workforce, including those who are unemployed, homeless, or have recently been released from prison.

These people struggling to find jobs, join the culinary job training program, preparing to become well versed in all areas of a professional kitchen.

“It’s a way to get men and women marginalized by society to a place where they can break this destructive and generational cycle of homelessness, incarceration, addiction, hunger and poverty,” one employee told NBC Washington.

Upon graduating from the school, students will have the skill set to attain jobs in the culinary field.

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