So what exactly does EDWINS do with all of the vegetables students cut when they are practicing their knife skills?
Zoltan, who started at EDWINS in January and is preparing for graduation on July 19, came up with an incredible salad special that guests were raving about.
Help us celebrate the successes our grads are enjoying! Well done, Harrison ’15, Andre ’16 and Ryan ’17.
Chances are if you’ve attended an EDWINS event, you’ve had the pleasure to meet Derrick Speights, our Community Outreach Coordinator.
We were so happy to welcome employees of KeyBank to EDWINS as part of Neighbors Make the Difference Day.
What’s your ‘three-word story’?
Our most successful graduates are those who continue reading and learning after class has ended, which is why we created the EDWINS culinary library at the Second Chance Life Skills Center.
There’s nothing we love to talk about more than the accomplishments of our graduates. Angela Sharpley ’16 was featured as part of In the Company of Women.
We have several volunteer opportunities to offer – and we encourage you to share them with your communities at work, school and church.
More than 250 registrants proved that businesses and individuals in northeast Ohio are ready and willing to participate in re-entry.
With our Re-Entry Business Summit just days away, we would like to spotlight the speakers that you will have the opportunity to hear from.
Darwin Dickerson, March ’17, shows us yet another use for culinary firepower.
The Re-Entry Business Summit kicks off the Department of Justice’s National Re-Entry Week locally on April 21. Haven’t secured your tickets? There’s still time – as well as to familiarize yourself with our panel of thought leaders. This week, meet Summit speaker, Edward Kraus:
Join us in celebrating recent accomplishments for EDWINS graduates Tiyo ’14, Rich ’15, Kathleen ’16, Chaka ’16 and Jerome ’16.
Of special note this year, the Re-Entry Business Summit will offer several Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits.
Filmmaker Brad Masi created a documentary featuring several of Cleveland’s community gardens and their cultivators, including EDWINS’ own Chef de Cuisine, Chris Terry.
CATS may be the champs, but our sponsors and supporters for the EDWINS Back in the Game Basketball Tournament are the real winners in our book.