multiple FoodWorks students preparing salad dressing


Season Your Skills in a Professional Kitchen

No matter which FoodWorks location you choose to attend, you’ll get to learn how to use professional equipment—Garland stoves, Thermo-Kool blast chillers, Delfield refrigerators/freezers, ConvoTherm combi ovens, RobotCoupe food processors, Frymaster deep fryers, Alto-Shaam smokers, and more—as found in the restaurants, venues, and institutions that you’ll work in as a FoodWorks graduate.

FoodWorks Kitchen Locations

Charles T. Bauer Community Kitchen

Maryland Food Bank

Baltimore County / Halethorpe

Founded at Maryland Food bank headquarters in Halethorpe, students start their new culinary careers in the Charles T. Bauer Community Kitchen. And since 2010, more than 300 eager students got a fresh start in this original FoodWorks training location.

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FoodWorks Eastern Shore kitchen

Lower Shore American Job Center

Eastern Shore / Wor-Wic

Our newest partnership at Wor-Wic Community College (WWCC) in Salisbury gives residents “across the bridge” the opportunity to transform themselves into professional chefs throughout 12 intensive weeks in the school’s commercial kitchen setting.

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To Be the Best, Work With the Best

Train With Professional Chefs

FoodWorks’ instructors are expertly trained, working chefs

Intensive Kitchen Classroom Instruction

Learn on the same equipment you’ll use professionally

Reinforce Your Skills at Home

On-line learning reinforces in-kitchen technique

FoodWorks students cutting vegetables in newly remodeled Halethorpe kitchen
Students practice knife skills at our Charles T. Bauer Community Kitchen in Halethorpe.

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