Baking and art apprenticeship program for Business Times Budding Artists Fund recipients

Baking and art apprenticeship program for Business Times Budding Artists Fund recipients
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THE Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF) and local ketogenic bakery Seriously Keto are propelling a baking and art apprenticeship program for BT BAF recipients.

Seriously Keto will likewise contribute S$8,888 to BT BAF to dispatch the program, which includes a baker’s apprenticeship and an art instructor’s apprenticeship, to be propelled one month from now.

The point is to empower the financially disadvantaged youth bolstered by BT BAF to pick up practical, real-life work skills from industry practitioners, and prepared them for employment opportunities in the near future.

The baker’s apprenticeship will see young people figure out how to make keto breads and desserts from Seriously Keto’s bakers. Keto alludes to an eating regimen that is low-carb, without gluten, low-calorie and has no sugar.

Under the art instructor’s apprenticeship, BT BAF recipients will be trained to wind up art instructors. Thus, they will instruct youngsters at an arts centre in Batam that is being set up for the underprivileged inside the Indonesian community.

Janti Brasali, founder of Seriously Keto, stated: “By nurturing these youths from young, we hope to provide them with a deeper foundation to build real-life industry skills, enabling them to lead independent lives and help others in return.”

BT BAF additionally gives openings and access to the arts to children and youths between the ages six and 19 from financially disadvantaged backgrounds. Since 2004, the fund has given in excess of 16,000 monetarily disadvantaged children and youths with arts training and performing opportunities.