Hot Bread Kitchen seeks to empower minority women through on-the-job training. They employ first-generation immigrants and teach them the skills they need to become accomplished bakers. They offer mentoring programs that include English classes, business training, kitchen skills and baking knowledge that will empower workers to get great jobs in kitchens throughout New York City. They also run a small business incubator that empowers minority business owners to start their own companies in the baking industry.
CBS News features Hot Bread Kitchen. Founder Jessamyn talks about how train women in baking for them to have new opportunities once they finish their training.
In an interview, Jessamyn Rodriguez, Founder of Hot Bread Kitchen shares the brief history of the company and how they aim to help low-income immigrant women in the area of baking.
Hot Bread Kitchen is a social enterprise that focuses on helping low income women to get better jobs in the baking industry.
Lutfunessa Islam, Hot Bread Kitchen’s manager shares her story of how she started with the company. Chief Bread Officer, Ben Hershberger, talks about the types of training they do with the women at Hot Bread Kitchen.