Within a day, Greg McNally of the Hungry Mind in Hermosa Beach pitched in to purchase a laptop, and Mike Masterson of Isotech Pest Management based in Baldwin Park offered up a printer. McNally also volunteers as a mentor at the school.
“We have two very capable teams competing, and I’m so glad they both have the technology they need to be ready to compete,” McNally said.
Thirty-five teams from across the state will compete in management and culinary events at the ProStart Cup, vying for scholarships and a chance to compete at the national competition in Baltimore.
To find out how you can get involved with a ProStart program near you, contact Alycia Harshfield at 916.431.2757 or go online at www.craef.org.