Photo Credit: Jake Price, Civil Eats Civil Eats reporter Lisa Held and photojournalist Jake Price spotlighted the ten incredible students that make up Culinary Job Training (CJT) Class 130. This extraordinary class is set to graduate on Friday, and we know they will continue to shape our city into a more hopeful, just place as […]
Photo Credit: Bonnie Jo Mount, The Washington Post How can a pepper change the world? Read this story from The Washington Post’s Sue Doyle and Kyle Swenson to find out how we transformed a pack of peppers from JK Community Farm into meals for the Salvation Army Sherman Avenue Corps.
NBC4 reporter Mark Segraves stopped by our latest social enterprise café, Marianne’s by DC Central Kitchen, at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Downtown DC to discuss our Culinary Job Training (CJT) program’s job-training efforts with DCCK CEO Mike Curtin and recent CJT graduate and Marianne’s café service worker Mishayla Valle. Check out […]