Baristas wanted to develop program

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Volunteer Baristas wanted to help other volunteers design a program to train youth in how to be a barista. On Saturdays from 2-4 during April & May we will meet to develop an outline of training program. The youth will begin the program mid-June. They will work alongside adult volunteers as they learn the ropes of working in an outdoor cafe serving coffee, tea, lemonade. Youth will also book neighborhood youth to perform in the cafe and lead art sessions. By the end of the summer, youth job trainees will receive a barista certificate, references, resume. We want to help youth develop job skills and experience so they are qualified to work in cafes.
Do you have some time to give- maybe even a one time or two time session of 2 hours? To share your knowledge?

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About Chicago URBAN ART RETREAT Center


1957 S. Spaulding Ave., Chicago,, IL 60623, US

Mission Statement

Chicago URBAN ART RETREAT Center (CUARC) provides rooms for women. CUARC also provides safe space for people who are different from each other to enjoy & learn from each other. CUARC celebrates multiculturalism, diversity, and non-violence. We provide opportunities for people to learn about and practice peace. We encourage our volunteers to learn about social justice issues and the isms to spread this information to others.


In addition to a women's residence on the second floor, we offer an art gallery for under-represented artists, and art studio for non-artists. CUARC offers a variety of programs geared to the under represented and to educate the public about under represented populations. At our own site and at sites of other non-profits, CUARC programs include: art workshops & classes for non-artists, support & education for entrepreneurs, art shows by under represented people (people with mental illnesses, people of color, non-artists, survivors of trauma, immigrants, lesbians, gays, & seniors). Social opps. for people who are different from each other to attend, enjoy each other, and learn from each other are offered monthly. Non-violence and tolerance is encouraged at all activities.


Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture, Employment


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1957 S. Spaulding Ave. at 21stChicago, IL 60623



  • Food & Beverage Services
  • Management
  • Food Service
  • People Skills




  • Must be at least 18
  • 3 hrs. per week for 6 weeks minimum.

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