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Displaced Workers Back on the Job with DWG Program

March 2nd, 2021|

. SNAPchef and Masshire partnered up to help displaced workers find jobs during the pandemic through the federal Dislocated Workers Grant (DWG) program. Community organizations from across the Commonwealth were able to provide essential services to help keep the community fed and supplied during the pandemic. Employees were able to earn a paycheck while providing these essential services. Some have since been hired to become full-time employees of the organizations. We would like to thank Bryan LaPointe, Corey McGee and Neil Heenan for sharing their stories with us.

Snapchef Providing Meals to Amherst Residents in Need – WWLP

February 24th, 2021|

.. Springfield's WWLP covered SNAPchef and Masshire's partnership with the Dislocated Workers Grant (DWG) program. The federal program provided the Commonwealth with funds to get dislocated worked due to the COVID pandemic job opportunities with community organizations performing essential services. Check out the article here.  

Community Organizations Grateful for DWG Program

February 22nd, 2021|

 . When the COVIDpandemic struck, SNAPchef and MassHire were able to help organizations and those who lost their jobs throughout the commonwealth with the Dislocated Workers Grant (DWG) program. The program paired displaced workers with community organizations that were in need of help. We would like to thank Molly Hansen from Bunker Hill Community College, Meredith Nash from My Brother's Table, and Bianca and Julia Polanco from Food for the World for taking the time to speak with us and sharing their stories.

Snapchef Partners with MassHire in COVID-19 Dislocated Worker Grants Program and Connects Culinary Workers with Job Opportunities

February 18th, 2021|

Each pin represents worksites involved in the DWG Program (February 18, 2021) – Since the Spring of 2020, the foodservice industry has suffered historically high levels of unemployment and the need for culinary staffing has rapidly declined due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Food preparation and distribution efforts in Massachusetts have been critical during this time. Front line and emergency food service organizations have been looking for ServSafe certified cooks who can prepare meals, licensed drivers who can help with emergency food distribution needs and general-purpose laborers who can fill food boxes, handle deliveries and manage inventory. In response to the [...]

Snapchef Supports and Addresses Food Insecurity and Unemployment During COVID

January 25th, 2021|

Quality staffing in a SNAP, Snapchef’s motto. No matter the time or day, Snapchef has hospitality professionals readily available to serve our many clients across the Northeast. As COVID-19 began to strike the individuals, families, and communities near to us, Snapchef was ready to support and address food insecurity and unemployment throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Snapchef partnered with The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development and Massachusetts Department of Career Services to serve as the Employer of Record for the Massachusetts COVID-19 Disaster Dislocated Worker Grant project. This project provided workers to more than 55 organizations across the [...]

A Message of Gratitude from Snapchef

November 25th, 2020|

From L to R: James Montgomery, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Kathleen Theoharides, Secretary of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, James Morton, President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Boston, Chynah Tyler, State Representative of the 7th District, Suffolk, and Cheryl Schondek, Executive Vice President of Food Acquisition at the Greater Boston Food Bank. As COVID-19 began to strike our world, nation, communities, and even our individual families within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, we knew there was something to be done to support. Snapchef is grateful to be so closely connected [...]

Hiring for Front of the House Vacancies

August 14th, 2020|

For nearly 2 decades, Snapchef has helped workers find jobs for back of the house staffing and now we are hiring for front of the house. From bussers to managers, we are accepting applications for anyone looking to get back to work in the restaurant industry. Below is a list of jobs we are currently accepting applications for to get you back to work in a SNAP!

Snapchef Foundation Teams Up with City of Providence to Provide Meals to Community

April 17th, 2020|

(Providence) – The Snapchef Foundation is proud to announce that they are teaming up with the City of Providence to prepare over 500 meals per day, to families in need across the city. Snapchef is the largest culinary staffing company in New England, providing staffing for foodservice establishments of any size throughout the region. Snapchef has been established in Providence, Rhode Island for over five years and has locations in Boston, Worcester, and Springfield, Massachusetts. “When 95% of our culinary staffing business decreased within 72 hours, the Snapchef staff wanted to get back to what doing what we love, [...]

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