Hospitality Services

  • Develop entry-level skills in the operation of lodging, tourism, and food service
  • Work individually and in teams to complete a variety of school and community projects
  • Explore employment opportunities in a hands-on setting with professionals from the field

FAQs

What can I do when I graduate?
  1. Hotel employment
  2. Nursing home
  3. Customer service related jobs
  4. Banquet employee
  5. Housekeeper
  6. Laundromat attendant
What would I do in this class?
  1. Job shadowing with housekeepers at local hotels
  2. Event planning, banquet set up and serving throughout the year
  3. Laundry procedures for hotel, kitchen and restaurant linens
  4. Job shadowing with local nursing home employees
  5. Basic cleaning and home maintenance responsibilities
What can I do with further training?
  1. Hotel Manager
  2. Event planner
  3. Restaurant Manager

Program Quick Facts

Hospitality Services students must be able to:

  • Stand on own for several hours
  • Withstand exposure to cleaning solvents
  • Independently communicate basic needs
  • Follow a minimum of three step instructions
  • Independently read and follow safety signs
  • Lift a minimum of 20 lbs.
  • Independently maintain control of emotions and behaviors
  • Identify five digit numbers in a sequential order
 

Uniform requirements

  • Scrub pants and top, white polo shirt with Buckeye Career Center logo, khaki pants, white tennis shoes (to be supplied by student)

Career/Tech Club Affiliation

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