After the end of the school year, the PINK Foundation arranged and paid for a two-month internship at the ‘Erma’ Hotel’s kitchen for two of the training girls named Tsvetelina and Christina who showed great potential and interest in the cooking classes.
Tsvetelina is very pleased with her traineeship, learning various cooking techniques and interesting recipes. She said she was going to continue cooking, but only as a hobby. Christina also said she was really happy with her internship in learning different meals and how to prepare them. She intends to pursue a professional career in this field.
The chef who taught the girls said that the internship helped the children and was happy with the girls’ work. According to her observations, the girls have the opportunity for professional development.
The cooking club is one of the most successful clubs held in the PINK house. It has proven to be a great starting point in developing a career for those who completed it. The PINK team is extremely happy that there is such an interest and will continue to help young people who are interested in pursuing a career in cooking. The Cooking course for the new group will start in November and is going to include 6 teenagers between 16 to 18 years old.