Partners and Sponsors
Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) is a national non-profit that transforms the lives of at-risk students through the culinary arts. Since its inception in 1990, C-CAP has awarded over $46 million in scholarships through the largest independent culinary scholarship program in the U.S., and classrooms have received nearly $3.4 million worth of supplies and equipment. Many C-CAP alumni, now graduates of top culinary colleges, are working in leading restaurants and hotels throughout the country.
Chicago Renewable Energy Solutions was founded in 2014 by Chicago natives Michael Mirabelli and Robert Shintani. Their goal was to create a service that offered solutions to the complex environmental and social issues of today. The idea being that they could leverage the value of renewable energy to provide support for Chicago’s communities, citizens, and environment while local businesses enjoy a dependable service and increased exposure to their target market.
We believe everyone has a right to healthy and nutritious food. However, this is not the reality for many, as food insecurity exists in every county of the United States. To make an impact and raise awareness of food insecurity, the Conagra Brands Foundation engages our employees, partners with leading local and national nonprofits, and inspires others to create a world where people have access to the food they need to reach their full potential.
At Kendall College, they measure their success by the success of their students. By leveraging global resources, connections, teaching talent and everything the great city of Chicago has to offer, Kendall College will put you on the fast-track to a successful, fulfilling career. Founded in 1934, Kendall is a private Illinois college committed to cultivating extraordinary talent for the global business, culinary, education and hospitality fields.