Snapchef opened their newest training kitchen and office space located in Providence, Rhode Island. The new space will allow Snapchef to train students on sight in their kitchen and fully prepare them to work in the culinary field. The Providence training kitchen joins kitchens in Worcester and Dorchester where Snapchef will train new employees to ensure they are completely trained for day one of work.
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza and State Senator Joshua Miller joined Snapchef Co-Founders Todd and Daniela Snopkowski as they cut the ribbon on the new kitchen and office. “Snapchef is a company that leaves no one behind and seeks out people who are looking to get their foot in the door and looking to get started, and that’s why companies like this are so important,” said Mayor Elorza.
In addition to training, Snapchef will be offering ServSafe Certification Training as well as Cooking Enthusiast Classes to the public.