The Mobile Kitchen Classroom will empower high school students to become food citizens, actively contributing to the creation of a new, healthy and sustainable food culture. This intensive, semester-long program explores the history and science of food, diverse food cultures, resilient agriculture and cooking. The students' experience will culminate in the preparation of a Mindful Meal and production of a creative project to help spread the word about what it means to be a food citizen.
This Mobile Kitchen Classroom's innovative curriculum uses hands-on, project-based learning. Students will be immersed in engaging projects, lively discussions and meaningful interactions with farmers, chefs, educators and creative storytellers.
Take a seat at the Mobile Kitchen Classroom Founder’s Table. A gift of $10,000 will help bring the program to New York City in spring 2015 and launch our unique curriculum. In recognition of Founder support, you and a guest will be invited to join us in February 2015 for our inaugural Mindful Meal—an intimate dinner bringing the Mobile Kitchen program experience to life.
Stone Barns Center and SHFT Co-founders Adrian Grenier and Peter Glatzer are proud to partner in bringing the Mobile Kitchen Classroom to high school students in New York City and beyond.
Join us and get on the bus!