Through technical training, soft skills coaching, and job assistance in the prepared food sector, the Bread Project helps low-income residents overcome employment barriers to achieve self-sufficiency.
We offer training programs in Bakery Production and Food Service. Each program includes 360 hours of on-the-job training, skills instruction, job assistance and follow up support to help trainees transition into employment. To enhance employment outcomes, trainees obtain essential work experience in our caf, catering service and wholesale bakery. These social enterprises generate income that is reinvested back into the training programs.
Our program structure and focus on food industry employment responds to a specific training niche. We work collaboratively with other community organizations, workforce development agencies, and service providers to connect trainees with wrap-around services. Furthermore, our bakery production training program is unique in the Bay Area.
Mission: Our mission is to empower individuals with limited resources on their path to self-sufficiency through skills instruction, on-the-job training in our social enterprises and assistance with establishing a career in the food industry.
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