FAU honors student Ben Arsali, center, with Diana Stanley,CEO of The Lord’s Place, left, and Jeremy Morse, vice presidentof social enterprise at The Lord’s Place.
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Café Joshua Catering Company, a social enterprise business of the Lord’s Place,prepared and donated all of the food for the Hunger Banquet. Café Joshua’s participation in the banquet is one of the many ways that the Lord’s Place and Rosarian are working together to help foster an awareness of the need for social change. Read more >>Rosarian Students Hold A Hunger Banquet
From January 2012 to December 2013, 61% of participants in Café Joshua's Culinary Apprenticeship program got jobs. 80% of those with jobs are employed in the culinary field.
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