A partnership with the Children’s home Rosas Rojas
Bakery School Mexico
Bakery School Mexico was inaugurated in the municipality of Tizayuca, Hidalgo in Mexico on the 21 st of August 2018.
Located on the premises of the children’s home Las Rosas Rojas, the building has two study rooms and two work spaces (one for bakery and one for patisserie and chocolate), hosting 24 students.
A job for all graduates
The Bakery School Foundation has made a commitment to ensure all Bakery School graduates find a job. The students have the opportunity to work either with the Apprentice Programme to be hired as a professional beginner at a local company in the bakery, patisserie and chocolate industry.
The employers of our graduates are very impressed by the quality and efficiency of their work. Some of them have even asked to be listed as permanent potential employers in the future.
If you have any questions concerning our Bakery School programme,
please do not hesitate to contact us.
Discover the latest news from the Bakery Schools
The future is what you bake of it! Graduation of our first batch in Mexico.
Today marks the beginning of a new chapter in the lives of the first generation of Bakery School Mexico students. They now have have the necessary "ingredients and recipes" that the Mexican Bakery-, Patisserie- and Chocolate sector needs. During an uncommon graduation...
Students practicing their language skills & discovering virtual calls!
At the Bakery School Foundation we always strive to support our students the best we can, to help them grow and learn from new experiences. The advantages of speaking a global language are countless. That’s why we put a special focus on the learning of the English...
On the 26th of August, our Bakery School in Mexico welcomed 25 youngsters for the second batch.
Twenty-five youngsters; Twenty-five future bakers with a promising future in our community. What makes this batch particularly unique is that for the first time, we have a young man from the indigenous community, Triqui, of Oaxaca state joining us. Furthermore, some...