Looking for Great Talent

Chefsville is hiring!

Hiring is almost always happening here at Chefsville because we go between schools and camps depending upon the season. Schools have semesters, and usually we are in different schools, plus camps allow us to be all over the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.

If you are passionate about cooking and working with kids, this is a great job for you. College students and people either in or re-entering the workforce make great experiences for kids in our programs.

Chefsville offers part time employment currently and is seeking to build hours to full time. When not at one of our cooking programs, we have all kinds of project ranging from creative to business logic.

Our goal is to offer new candidates a great working culture while offering some flexibility.

Our hiring process is easy:

We do a quick screening call with you to confirm that you have reliable transportation, seeking part-time, can pass a criminal background check, figure out your program locations, how much you are wanting to earn per hour and willing to engage us with delivering 5-star programs.

We ask that applicants download and complete our employment application: Chefsville Employment Application
and Background Consent Form. e-mail these forms to “hello @[]Chefsville.org” Remove the space and brackets!

Next there is the interview, either by phone or in person. Meanwhile we check your references and send an e-mail to you to complete our criminal background check link.

Once that is done, we prepare a job offer for you and finalize the start dates and training.

For program instructors, we call you “community outreach coordinators”, tasks may include:

program session planning,
program preparation – gathering needed ingredients, equipment, service-ware and printed materials,
providing signature programs to our clients, and
program evaluation.

Punctuality and reliability are the keys here for success as a community outreach coordinator.

For a fun job that has many rewards, start the process with an e-mail or phone call. We would love to hire talent in cooking and working with kids.


Avocado Papaya Salad

Super-food Salad

This is an easy and healthy dish that tastes great. It uses the lime zest and cilantro can be added for a darker green color. The lime keeps this salad from oxidizing. As an option add cilantro since this herb goes great with lime. Avocado has so many health benefits according to many medical studies. Papaya is unique because it is not over-commercialized and still retains its intensity of vitamins and minerals. Together this salad really brings up these ingredients to superfood status.

Avocados do not contain any cholesterol or sodium, and are low in saturated fat. More potassium than a banana. Loaded with heart healthy fatty acids. Contains a really great amount of fiber. It is said that eating avocados can lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Trivia: Known as “Alligator Pear”.

12 Proven Benefits of Avocado

There are so many health benefits of eating papaya. Some are listed here but this link has a great profile for this superfood fruit. Papaya can help prevent inflammation, its great for heart health, prevention of heart disease, supports the immune system, and helps protect against rheumatoid arthritis.

Trivia: Green Tea and Papaya help prevent and fight prostate cancer.

Great News about Papaya

Avocado Papaya Salad

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Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Brunch, Salad
Servings 4 people


  • 2 avocados peeled, halved, seeded and sliced length-wise
  • 1 papayas peeled, halved, and seeded
  • 1 lime zest and juiced
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon sugar
  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper freshly ground
  • 1/8 teaspoon cayenne
  • 1/4 cup olive oil extra-virgin
  • 1 tablespoon sesame seeds white or black or combination


  • Slice the avocados lengthwise into 1/2-inch thick slices.
  • Slice the papayas width-wise into 1/2-inch thick slices.
  • Arrange overlapping slices on a serving platter, alternating slices of avocado and papaya.
  • In a small or medium sized bowl, combine the remaining ingredients and stir to combine.
  • Spoon the dressing over the avocado and papaya.


Serve immediately!
Options: Smoked Paprika instead of cayenne. How about chopped flax seeds instead of sesame seeds? Even use some chia seeds for super-food health.
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!