Chef Training Impact Metrics

 

UNDERSTANDING THE NEED

 

Background

170,000

Bay Area youth live in poverty

Tens of thousands more face hardship such as gang violence, homelessness, abuse, high school dropout, crime, and drugs.

20%

of Bay Area youth are at risk of high school dropout

African Americans are 5X more likely to be arrested than whites

53%

of black males in Oakland are unemployed

 

TRAINEE DEMOGRAPHICS

 

Background

ETHNICITY

44% Identify as LGBTQ+

21% Current/Former Foster Youth

GEOGRAPHY

The majority of our trainees are Bay Area young men and women of color experiencing hardship such as poverty, crime, abuse, high school dropout, homelessness, and foster care transitions.

 

PRE-INTERNSHIP STATISTICS

 

 

PROGRAMMING

 

Background

$3,500

Potential Earnings
Per Intern

192 hours

Work Experience
Offered Per Intern

Chef Trainees are carefully placed with mentor chefs and restaurants that match their individual interests and needs. Youth earn minimum wage for hours worked during their 12-week internships.

Background

$5000

Funds Chef Training
For One Youth

 

POST-INTERNSHIP STATISTICS

 

 

IMPACT TO DATE

 

Background

103

Youth Served

500K

Raised in Donations

 

CHEF TRAINING IMPACT GOALS

 

2022

Serve 25 trainees

2023

Serve 50 trainees
Double programming staff

2024

Serve 100 trainees
88% graduation rate
50% youth wage increase

By 2025, we’ll serve

200 youth per year

 

OUR ONGOING COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY

 

CHEF PARTNERS

STAFF

BOARD MEMBERS

For stat collection and data analysis information, see Appendix | Last Report Q1 2022

Background

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