Who better to train teens on how to land their first job than restaurant professionals? Restaurants are the largest employer of youth and provide a first job to nearly 1 out of every 3 Americans! On October 22, restaurant volunteers will train 3,500 teens across 50 high schools – all on a single day.
The volunteer day, called “Force In Training” or “FIT”, is a program of the California Restaurant Association Foundation. CRAF creates 3 PowerPoint modules for volunteers to use: Land It, Work It, and Lead It. The training covers the basics of landing a job such as interview skills and phone etiquette. It also introduces students to college and career options within the hospitality industry – inspiring students to dream bigger.
Volunteers are still needed! Please sign up and inspire the next generation of restaurant leaders!
We welcome volunteers from all regions. However, if you happen to be in the following regions, we really need you!
- Amador County
- Oak Hills
- Plumas County
- San Francisco
- Snata Barbara
- Shasta County