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Program Coordinator

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BCA Global

BCA Mentoring Future Chefs
Real Life Execution for Culinary Students

We are is need of a Part Time Program Coordinator and admin coordinator (approx 5 hours per week)with some Administrative working with small staff. In today's changing and challenging environment food, race and social justice will be a cornerstone of rebuilding our community to a more vibrant one. As the culinary and food system space continues to recover, people of color will depend on nutritional education and programs that should have engagement from well trained chefs of color and professionals who not only understand food culture but Mindful Eating for the Beloved Community (

BCA has always played a role for over 25 years in the conversations needed for equity and inclusion in the food industry and the community which translates to social-economic empowerment for individuals and communities. As a key resource to the food industry the BCA creates the opportunity to advance the growth of diversity from a grassroots and foundational level and serves an important niche. That is why BCA strives to increase capacity through support so we may continue to provide programming and advocacy crucial to the continued growth of a more just and equitable food system. The BCA methodology of bridging foodservice and diversity excellence will also be the strategic platform and vehicle to introduce the importance of food sustainability, waste reduction, and health issues presently not being addressed is critical especially in the post Covid new normal. Please check out our website, for more information on our organization and for info on Mindful Eating for the Beloved Community.

- Experience and/or understanding with program coordination, training and webinars

-Some experience with website maintenance preferred but not required Experienced with general website research -Familiar with social media (Facebook, Linked In, Twitter, Social Oomph, etc.)

Traits: -Exceptional organizational skills, responsible, able to work well in capacities of team building, pays attention to detail. If interested, please respond to this e-mail with a cover letter as the e-mail body and a resume attached as a Word document if possible. Please include the date that you would be able to start. We will be in contact within 2 weeks to begin setting up phone interviews. Thank you in advance for your interest in working with the BCA.

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About BCA Global


Mailing Address: 244 Madison Avenue, Suite 305, New York, NY 10016, US

Mission Statement

The BCA is a nationwide non-profit educational and networking organization of hospitality and food service professionals. Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in 1998, our mission is to create exposure and provide educational and professional opportunities for culinary and hospitality professionals of color. We accomplish this objective by providing quality educational and employment resources, job coaching, mentoring and assistance with placement, and networking support. Additionally, the BCA exposes inner-city high school students to the culinary arts through workshops and opportunities that introduce culinary arts as a viable career option.


In 1993, three graduates of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, including the current president, Alex Askew, met to discuss issues concerning African-Americans in the culinary and hospitality industries. The resulting organization, the Black Culinarian Alliance, was created to analyze and address the lack of education, awareness and exposure for African-Americans in these fields. The Black Culinarian Alliance would prove beneficial for both African-Americans and the culinary and hospitality industries. With education as a cornerstone, the organization moved forward in promoting career opportunities for African-Americans in the culinary and hospitality fields. Operating as the Black Culinarian Alumni Chapter of the Culinary Institute of America, it was the first membership of its kind for minority graduates of a culinary institution.

Incorporated as the Black Culinarian Alliance in 1998, and now known simply as the BCA, membership is composed of all ethnic groups and represents one of the largest percentages of professional women in the industry. Embracing this inclusion and understanding the rapidly growing multicultural audience and marketplace, the BCA continues with its objectives and remains focused on its mission as it pertains to all culinary professionals and students of color.

Education & Literacy
Race & Ethnicity


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417 5th AveNew York, NY 10016



  • Executive Admin
  • Public Relations
  • Capacity Planning
  • Business Development & Sales Management
  • Human Resources Training & Development
  • Technical Writing


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • Approx 10-12 Hours per Week

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