New York nonprofit teaches culinary skills to formerly incarcerated youth

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Drive Change is a non profit in Brooklyn, New York, that is teaching culinary skills to formerly incarcerated young people. The non-profit offers a four month paid fellowship that gives them the tools to succeed in the culinary industry.

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