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How Being a Social Enterprise Apprentice Changed Life of Ex-offender

How Being a Social Enterprise Apprentice Changed Life of Ex-offender

A former criminal has recently graduated from Jamie Oliver’s apprentice program at Fifteen London. Andy Kabeya believes he would be back in prison if he hadn’t enrolled in Fifteen’s scheme.

Today, the 21-year-old has changed his attitude and outlook on life since enrolling in Fifteen. Kabeya has spent a total of five years in prison for armed robbery and drug dealing. His dream is to be a head chef in a top restaurant and has looked to following Jamie’s footsteps and establishing a social enterprise. At the program, Kabeya loves cooking lunch pasta.

via A day in the life of: a social enterprise apprentice | Social Enterprise Network | Guardian Professional.


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