Vantage Magazine published an article about Shanghai Young Bakers 10th Graduation Ceremony in their December 2018/January 2019 issue.
Apart from being a professional baking school, Shanghai Young Bakers has been involved in something else all these years – they provide free baking and pastry making training to disadvantaged Chinese youths coming from different parts of China.. Read this article published by Lohas magazine in July 2018 to learn
Launched in February 2009, Shanghai Young Bakers is a charitable program. It introduces French bakery to young people in difficult situations. The program opens a door for them by offering them a job but also introduce them a new culture. Marine Vitré, the project director of SYB, is the guest
Media Coverage: More than just bread: A Shanghai bakery training program transforms disadvantaged youth as breadwinners
You may know Shanghai Young Bakers. But do you know where is the idea of Shanghai Young from? how does the program run? what obstacles are there? Read this article published by Change Magazine on April 18 2018 to learn the story of Shanghai Young Bakers. Click here to read
Marine comes from France. She thinks the most important thing in life is realizing one’s value through a meaningful job. Out of the interest in China culture, she came to Chinese for charity. At first, she worked on children study in a village in Guangxi and she joined Shanghai Young
Anne-Claire Rose came to China in July 2016 and joined Shanghai Young Bakers in February 2017. She is in charge of the corporate services. What attract her to join Shanghai Young Bakers? Read this article published by Le Petit Shanghaien in December 2017 to learn her story with Shanghai Young Bakers.
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Media Coverage: Shanghai Young Bakers All these people – sponsors, partners, teachers, supporters – together with Mr. Axel Cruau, the General Consul of France in Shanghai, joined Shanghai Young Bakers on 17th July, to celebrate as the 9th batch of students finally “came out of the oven”, changed and hopeful, at