Notice: Sauté classes have been canceled until further notice. GED preparation is available online and accepting applications.
Sauté is an in-house culinary training program available to residents of Salt Lake and Tooele counties. Sauté helps individuals become competitive in the field of culinary arts, prepare for the workforce, and build upon their strengths to reach self-reliance for themselves and their families.
Graduates leave the program with 40 hours of hands-on training from the head chef and an applied knowledge of industry standards:
In 2014, Utah Community Action partnered with Salt Lake County to provide food services for the Evergreen Café in the Millcreek Senior Center, where students serve meals to seniors and patronsof the senior center. This café is used as a practical, temporary employment program for Sauté program graduates. Sauté classes are also offered during the day through the café. In 2019, UCA expanded this partnership to include the Draper and Midvale Senior Center Cafés.
Note: Our catering services have been suspended at this time
Sauté caters events for the general public, offering practical application for banquet serving and preparation to Sauté students. Catering services also offer a revenue source for Head Start benefiting multiple programs dedicated to helping families become self-reliant.
Our catering services have been suspended at this time. Please check back later or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Central Kitchen Address
2825 South 200 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
The Sauté Job Training Program creates workforce development activities targeted to individuals and families with low- to moderate-income levels. The Sauté program helps achieve the following outcomes: