Our Career and Community Experience (CCE) students had a unique experience this school year working in collaboration with the team at the Twiisted Burgers and Sushi restaurant.
Chef Chris Pappas and CCE instructor, Tracy Radabaugh, developed an amazing opportunity for students to learn valuable work skills with hands on training and support by providing a breakfast service at Twiisted on Monday mornings throughout the school year.
“Our students have learned how to run a breakfast service,” Radabaugh said. “They are doing the serving, the hosting. We have students in the back that are cooking (and) we have students that are doing the busing and the dishwashing. We also have students that are rolling sushi.”
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An employability program, Career and Community Experience curriculum specializes in job training and community work experience to prepare students with transitioning from school to competitive, integrated employment.