Join us on Zoom and create your own instant Ramen! Add ingredients to a mason jar and add boiling water when you’re ready to eat. But it’s important to be strategic because the ingredient layers matter. First, add soup stock paste, which is the main flavor. Usually people choose from beef, chicken, or curry. The flavor is in the form of a paste because once the water hits it, the paste dissolves and creates a broth - cool, right?! Next, add almost any kind of noodles and “fillers” like frozen veggies and cooked chicken or beef jerky. Top it off with some spices if you prefer, such as cilantro or sliced onions. Taste-test different soup combinations and make a few of your own to take home. Have these yummy creations on hand whenever you need a quick meal! Make these recipes with us or just watch. Click HERE for recipe combinations (coming soon)!

Thank you to Mariano’s for sponsoring programs in the Kitchen this semester.

To enter a Bridge @ Zoom program:
- Click on STUDENT PORTAL at thebridgeteencenter.org.
- Use your USER ID and PASSWORD to log in.
- Click on PROGRAM LIST to view programs you signed up for.
- Click the ZOOM link for your program, or copy and paste into a browser.
- Wait in the ZOOM WAITING ROOM until the program begins.
- Review the Bridge @ Zoom GUIDELINES while you wait.

For the best Zoom experience, please use a computer or tablet with a good internet connection.

The Bridge is unable to provide individual technical support for Zoom program access.


Important Attendance Policy:

Out of respect to our volunteers, please be sure you can attend the programs you sign up for. Confirmation calls or text messages are made 48-72 hours prior to every program. If you do not respond to our confirmation call within 24 hours of the program, a student on the waiting list will fill your spot. If a student is a "no show" for 2 or more programs, they will be automatically placed on the waiting list for other programs they have signed up for during that semester. 48 hours notice is required for all cancellations.