Taste Project, in collaboration with the Tarrant Area Food Bank and the Culinary School of Fort Worth, has launched an accelerated culinary apprenticeship program designed specifically for low-income adults. Apprentices can develop skills for a culinary career while getting paid. No experience is required, only a passion for food and service.
How it Works
Students learn the fundamentals of food preparation hands-on in a working production kitchen at the Tarrant Area Food Bank’s Mission Kitchen. Then, students learn the fundamentals of food preparation hands-on in a working full-service restaurant at Taste Project’s Taste Community Restaurant. While completing work at the Tarrant Area Food Bank and Taste Project, Apprentices are enrolled in the Culinary School of Fort Worth’s Pre-Apprenticeship Program which includes American Culinary Federation (ACF) Certification as a Fundamentals Cook and job placement support.
Connect with us and discover if the Fort Worx Collaborative Learning Program is for you!
Registration is not required.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17th @ 6:30PM
Taste Community Restaurant
1200 South Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76104