Food is everything – from the fields to the grocery store, from our plates to our health, from community to personal and professional re-integration. We all need to eat, every day, and because of it, being trained in any aspect of food production, preparation, or nutrition, will provide a foundation for one’s life that a person will be able to stand on forever. That is the idea behind our guest today, an amazing non profit that offers food service training as a way to re-integrate people back into society – and, as we will learn, have society benefit from it in a very tangible way in return.
Listen to this Podcast Episode on Using Foodservice to Support Individuals with Barriers to Employment
“Foodservice Training: Changing Lives for Common Good”
Since 2009, Create Common Good has trained 628 individuals. In 2016, the graduates saw an average wage increase from $1.35 to $9.47!
Host Helge Hellberg in an organic conversation with Tracy Hitchcock, CEO at Create Common Good, Boise, ID
Originally posted 2017-09-18 10:22:50.