The Inter-Mission Café-Resto was founded in 2007 by the non-profit organization Petites-Mains. We offer a training program which aims to improve women’s employability; especially immigrants, single mothers and those without income. The kitchen assistant program allows our participants to acquire cooking skills while improving their competencies in French, customer service and management, so they can work in the food service industry. In addition to the restaurant, the Inter-Mission offers its customers a gourmet catering service and venues for rent.
Since its creation in 1995, Petites-Mains has accompanied more than a thousand women in their professional integration process. The organization continues to offer socio-professional training in three fields; industrial seamstress, kitchen assistant and receptionist, as well as help with employment placement for graduates, a pre-employability program, French courses, an integration program for visible minorities and full reference services for immigrants. Petites-Mains is in continuous evolution and never ceases to develop new projects and innovative services to meet the growing demand of immigrant communities. All profits are reinvested in Petites-Mains’ integration and training programs.
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