Updated: Apr 4, 2022
Our new "Five Pathways to Independence" program to help youth transition from high school is off and running.
And thanks to our friends at ITK Culinary in Emeryville, we got the kids going in the kitchen with a fun, hands-on interactive cooking class with students from Piedmont High School, as well as transitional youths from PREP.
The kids learned how to prepare multiple chicken and vegetarian dishes from start to finish, including additions to Top Ramen, so they can cook simple, healthy meals at home.
Apparently, the feast at the end was the highlight to the whole experience.
For more information about our "Five Pathways" youth program, visit our Youth Program page.