Re‑entry program grads receive culinary job offers

Four women in chef jackets surrounded by re-entry Kitchens for Good culinary program.
Four participants graduate the Kitchens for Good program through the Custody to Community Transitional Reentry Program in San Diego.

Four formerly incarcerated women received job offers thanks to culinary arts training they received in a San Diego reentry program.

On July 7, the Custody to Community Transitional Re-entry Program in San Diego hosted a graduation for four participants in the Kitchens for Good culinary arts program.

This program integrates education, social enterprise, and sustainability to positively impact the economy, community and environment. All four graduates also completed successful interviews with the Rise and Shine Restaurant Group resulting in job offers.

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