Service Uniform Provides Free Uniforms for Culinary Students
ENGLEWOOD, Colorado – April 2019 – When funding for student apparel fell through, Service Uniform stepped up to provide the uniforms that the Culinary Quick Start program needed to continue making a difference in the lives of its students.
Service Uniform believes that one of the best ways to grow our local community is to help the people who live here find sustainable jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families and to develop their careers. Service Uniform is proud to be able to accomplish this not only by offering jobs to citizens in the community, but now by partnering with Culinary Quick Start.
The Culinary Quick Start program is a fast-track four-week course that prepares students for jobs in the restaurant industry as a prep or line cook. During the course, students will become ServSafe certified, sharpen their knife skills, develop fundamental cooking skills and more. Courses include food and kitchen workplace safety, prep and production, cooking methods and career skills. Students will also attend a hiring fair where they have the opportunity to network with potential community employers. The entire program is offered at no cost to participants and does not require any previous restaurant experience. Over 500 students have already graduated, and the majority of them are now contributing to the local economy in jobs throughout the Denver/Colorado area. Service Uniform is proud to be the official uniform sponsor of Culinary Quick Start.
About Service Uniform: Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Service Uniform provides highly-specialized products and services to thousands of customers that range from independent auto repair shops to commercial construction companies. Service Uniform and its employees are committed to meeting and exceeding customer expectations, with a unique Blue Chip System® that utilizes the most advanced technology in the industry and ensures 100% accuracy when it comes to tracking uniforms. This system is proven to reduce shortages, and has been featured in TRSA’s award-winning monthly magazine Textile Rental. Service Uniform travels 6,200 miles a week to serve customers across Colorado, including Denver, Boulder, Ft. Collins, Loveland, Greeley, Colorado Springs, Longmont, Cañon City, Castle Rock, Pueblo and everywhere in between. For more information about Service Uniform, click here.