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STLCC-Hospitality Management, Associate in Applied Science
STLCC at Forest Park
The Hospitality Management curriculum will prepare students for first-level management trainee positions in the hospitality industry. Coursework will introduce students to the hospitality industry segments of event planning, food and beverage, hotel, and travel and tourism. The graduate will be prepared for employment in a variety of operations in the Hospitality industry or to continue their education at a four-year institution.
Common Employability Skills in the Hospitality Sector
The American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) and the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF), through support from the National Network of Business and Industry Associations (National Network), have partnered to define Common Employability Skills (CES) for the hospitality sector and to develop tools to assist employers in identifying these skills in potential recruits during the selection and hiring process. Download the Toolkit or click on link below.
The World of Work series provides high school and lower levels an introduction to the nationally recognized Hospitality & Tourism career pathway using informal self-assessment elements, career profiles, informative sidebar features, and back matter activities.