Hotels & Resorts

Provides students with entry-level skills in the hospitality industry.

Students needing entry-level skills acquire practical work experience leading to entry-level positions in hotels, hospitals, bed & breakfasts, restaurants and other hospitality and service businesses. Through direct instruction and community-based work experiences, they learn the fundamentals of food preparation, laundry and linen-care, guest relations and room maintenance. Math and English instruction are integrated into the class, and a strong emphasis is placed on employability skills.

Other programs in Hospitality & Tourism career field:


Students have the opportunity to acquire the following certifications:

  • OSHA Teen Worker Safety in Restaurants

Student Organization

What skills will I learn?

  • Basic culinary skills
    • Cooking and baking
    • Recipe terminology
    • Measurement
    • Culinary equipment use & care
    • Sanitation and safety
    • Banquet set-up/clearing
    • Dining area maintenance
  • Guest relations and quality service
    • Maintenance of guest rooms
    • Laundry & linen-care
    • Washer/dryer operation
    • Security/emergency procedures
  • Service industry clerical skills
  • Employability skills
    • Work ethic
    • Following directions
    • Attendance/punctuality
    • Teamwork
    • Communication skills
    • Accountability
    • Proper attire

What types of equipment are used:

  • Oven
  • Mixer
  • Knives and hand tools
  • Dish machine
  • Storage equipment
  • Washer/dryer
  • Vacuum
Where do you want to go?

Assistant Cook, Baker’s Assistant, Banquet Runner, Bus Person, Dietary Aide, Dishwasher, Front Desk Assistant, House Person, Laundry Attendant, Public Space Person, Room Attendant, Server

Hospitality & Tourism Career Field


Year 1

4.0 elective

Year 2

4.0 elective