Inmates take classes in U of M culinary program

Credits will transfer to new Kemmons Wilson Culinary Institute

By , Daily Memphian Updated: November 20, 2019 11:12 AM CT | Published: November 14, 2019 4:05 AM CT
<strong>Chef William Mullins (left), leads a class at the Shelby County Corrections Department on Mullins Station Road. Mullins, a professor at the Kemmons Wilson Culinary Institute, teaches inmates enrolled in the U of M's culinary fundamentals course.</strong> (Micki Martin/Martin Family Foundation)

Chef William Mullins (left), leads a class at the Shelby County Corrections Department on Mullins Station Road. Mullins, a professor at the Kemmons Wilson Culinary Institute, teaches inmates enrolled in the U of M's culinary fundamentals course. (Micki Martin/Martin Family Foundation)

Inmates take the first three courses at the Shelby County Detention Center and have the chance to transfer to credits to the University of Memphis new culinary arts program.

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Hopeworks John Hudson Kemmons Wilson Culinary Institute R. Brad Martin Ron Wade Shelby County Corrections Department William Mullins
Jane Roberts

Jane Roberts

Longtime journalist Jane Roberts is a Minnesotan by birth and a Memphian by choice. She's lived and reported in the city more than two decades. She covers healthcare and higher education for The Daily Memphian.


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