Charitable kitchen offers UC students a service-learning co-op and a teachable moment

Wednesday, January 25, 2023
University of Cincinnati News

University of Cincinnati graduate students Emily Wieczorkowski and Kenzie Pelfrey run a nutrition class designed to assist individuals with diabetes with healthy eating as part of the Pharmer’s Kitchen program offered at St. Vincent de Paul’s Neyer Outreach Center in downtown Cincinnati. These co-op experiences are open to all students, but they’ve been especially valuable for students in majors such as the arts and sciences, education and health sciences that don’t require cooperative education.

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