As seen on WTTW with Jay Shefsky | January 6, 2016 Every discussion of crime, poverty or high incarceration rates points back – in part – to jobs. For the last three years an innovative restaurant job-training program in Evanston has been providing support and practical experience to young men and more recently, women. Jay Shefsky went to Curt’s Café to learn...Read More
As seen on WCIU’s The U 10/07/15 One woman opened a cafe that employs at-risk students who are eager to work, but lack opportunity. Learn the story behind Curt’s Cafe. – Watch it...Read More
Curt’s Café provides job training and mentoring for juvenile offenders between the ages of 15 and 24.
Windy City Live features Curt’s Café on February 23,...Read More
Susan Trieschmann is a veteran business owner; and an expert at cooking, catering, and giving at-risk kids a chance. She’s determined to prove they can hold jobs and she does it by hiring them at Curt’s Cafe, a tiny neighborhood gathering place in Evanston. CBS 2’s Erin Kennedy...Read More
Curt’s Cafe in Evanston is a cozy place with a homemade menu. It’s also a gathering place filled with friends, neighbors, and a very special staff. Stop by and you’ll get more than sandwiches and muffins, you’ll get a chance to see a young person at risk make a new life. CBS 2’s Erin Kennedy...Read More