25 July Noble Correctional Institution Holds EDWINS Graduation July 25, 2017 By ODRC Institutions, Noble Correctional Institution (NCI) NCI, EDWINS Institute, Gerry Grim Culinary Chef 0 Noble Correctional Institution recently had nineteen offenders graduate from the first EDWINS Institute Club Program. This class is a 22-week program, with 100% attendance requirements and is part of the EDWINS outreach into prisons. Participants learn basic restaurant management and cooking methods through videos and written curriculum. As a final project, Staff Advisor Melanie Good arranged for the students to create a menu to use the skills they learned, to prepare a meal under her guidance. As a surprise to the students for a job well done, EDWINS Chief Operating Officer and Director of Culinary Chef Gerry Grim personally presented the completion certificates and sampled the prepared meal. EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute is a 501(c)(3) organization that gives formerly incarcerated adults a foundation in the hospitality industry while providing a support network necessary for long-term success. Their mission is to teach a skilled trade in the culinary arts, empower willing minds through passion for the hospitality industry and prepare students for a successful transition home. Related Noble Correctional Institution Holds Graduations Noble Correctional Institution Holds Spring Reentry Fair Noble Correctional Institution Holds Tutor Training Noble Correctional Institution Presents Plaque for Cambridge Ohio K-9 Noble Correctional Institution Visited by Beth Waitkus Noble Correctional Institution Recognizes their Volunteers Comments are closed.