NECAT is now entering into its second year of grant funding from the Cumming Foundation, which selects 100 organizations each year to receive $100,000 each.
By Adrian Walker GLOBE STAFF DECEMBER 09, 2016
Khristopher Reed had been drifting for a long time when he found his way to an unusually unique culinary program a few months ago.
Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley invited NECAT to the Council’s monthly meeting to discuss the important work being done at NECAT and to roll up our sleeves and cook with the
NECAT is one of the 100 local nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 each through Cummings Foundation’s “$100k for 100” program.
NECAT staff and students went to the State House yesterday to accept a capital grant from Governor Baker, Lieutenant Governor Polito, Secretary Ash, Secretary Walker and Secretary Peyser.
A Second Chance in the Kitchen
Civil Eats reporter Sarah Shemkus published an incredible, in-depth story about how NECAT’s Culinary Arts Job Training Program is changing lives.
The Job Training Alliance, a network of Greater Boston workforce development organizations, including NECAT, commissioned a study revealing that 76% of unemployed and underemployed indivi
NECAT’s sixth cohort of Culinary Arts Job Training students graduated on September 24, surrounded by NECAT staff, current students, and over 100 friends and family members.
Fortune Magazine’s article “Restaurants are Facing a Serious Chef Shortage” explains that even America’s top restaurants are facing hiring challenges because: