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DELAWARE CULINARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE FIRST STEPS TOWARD SECOND CHANCE.

WHEN STUDENTS GO TO CLASS IN THE CULINARY SCHOOL AT THE FOOD BANK OF DELAWARE, THEY ARE PUTTING A BRIGHTER FUTURE ON THE MENU. Food bank spokeswoman Kim Turner says most students had been unemployed or underemployed, and others, referred by the Delaware Department of Corrections, are re-entering the workforce. They all are looking for a second chance at success.

“To become a community free of hunger, we need to provide individuals with job skills so they can find employment making a living wage,” Kim says.

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