We teach young people about the connection between food and health through empowering, nutrition-driven, culinary-based programming.
When young people learn
with The Sylvia Center, they:
Learn essential skills in the kitchen, so they can cook low cost, healthy meals at home.
Gain confidence through cooking and doing something that’s good for them and their families.
Make healthy choices. Now, and in the future.
Apply skills they learn in class to other areas of their lives. Skills, such as: teamwork, problem solving, and time management.
Become advocates for healthy eating by teaching others and demonstrating leadership in their own communities.