Future Chefs™ is a privately-funded, school to career program working with high school culinary arts students in the Greater Boston area.
Future Chefs’ mission is to prepare motivated youth for high quality early employment and post secondary educational opportunities in the culinary field.
Future Chefs™ uses a youth development model in which youth participate in planning, leading and evaluating their program. Students earn scholarships and apprenticeships for post-secondary training. Young participants develop a career plan and receive coaching through caring and supportive relationships with educators, staff and industry mentors.
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As a side note, meat and dairy fall into a different category of concern.Think about the young girls that are going through puberty younger and younger, sometimes as early as 8 years old. It used to be thought that this was a result of better nutrition.The truth is that these girls are getting heavy doses of hormones (and antibiotics) through the milk and meat they’re eating.These animals were injected with growth- hormones in order to have them reach slaughter weight more quickly, or produce milk more rapidly.Want to let your children grow up at a slower rate? Feed them foods without hormones.