Cathedral Kitchen is cooking up something special and we don’t want you to miss out! For Camden residents seeking a job in the culinary field, now is your chance for FREE culinary and baking arts training! Located at 1514 Federal St. Cathedral Kitchen offers full timecourses for 15 weeks from Monday through Friday from 8:30am-3:00pm. Individuals accepted into the program receive a chef uniform, two meals a day, SERVSAFE certification training, FREE tuition and much more.
As adults in the technological age sometimes navigating virtual space can be difficult. This is a reality for most adults especially considering many technologies and modern computer capabilities were not available when compared to modern children. Camden County Library recognizes this and so to encourage computer literacy in adults they will be hosting a number of computer classes for adults. These computer classes will be virtual so you can log in and learn from the comfort of your home.
The Camden Education Fund (CEF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating progress in Camden’s public school system. The fund works with families, school partners, and community leaders to identify citywide needs in education; it then provides grants and develops strategic partnerships to address these needs. Grantees include schools, non-profits, and universities.
On February 7th, the New Jersey Department of Public Health announced that Governor Phil Murphy would be lifting the ban on the Universal School Mask Mandate.
“I must thank the overwhelming majority of students, parents, administrators, educators, and support staffers who have worn their masks without problem or protest since our schools reopened for in-person learning. Thankfully, we have reached a point where we feel confident that we can take another step toward normalcy for our kids,” Gov Murphy remarks.