Hospitality Management

  • Careers in this pathway include service operations chefs, cooks, and food service workers receive, prepare, and present the food consumed by guests.

    • Do you enjoy dining in restaurants?
    • Do you like to cook?
    • Do you want to help other people enjoy themselves?
    • Are you friendly and outgoing?
    • Would you like to work in a hotel, on a cruise ship, or in a restaurant?
    • Are you a great athlete?
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Hospitality Management I

  • 928 - Hospitality Management 1 (held at Franklin High School) 
    grade level: 11-12
    1.0 credits/semester

    Hospitality Management 1 is designed to provide the student with the essential knowledge and experiences in the food industry. The student will study basic food preparation and service in the following areas: Food Service Equipment Use and Care, The Recipe and Its Use, Food and Menu Terminology, Salads and Dressings, Measuring and Portion Control, Soup Terminology, Grill and Fryer Work, Cashier Training, Meats, Poultry, & Fish, Employability Skills (terms/grades/basic cuts), Busing Table Service/Waiter-Waitress, Sandwich Preparation, Baking Terminology, Computer Applications, Safety, Sanitation and Hygiene 

    The student will participate in the operation of the Patriot Inn restaurant and will apply the basic skills learned in the classroom. All students will be rotated through the various stations in the restaurant, which will follow as closely as possible the operation of the table service restaurants found in the food service industry. 

    Prerequisite: none

Hospitality Management 2

  • 929 - Hospitality Management 2 (held at Franklin High School) 
    grade level: 12

    1.0 credit/semester

    This course is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge and experiences in the food industry. Specialized food preparation will be incorporated in the program. Restaurant management from a marketing and sales approach will also be included. 

    This is a two hour block held at any of the three high schools.

    Students can receive their senior math credit, 2nd year foreign language, physical science, and the visual and performing arts credit.

    Prerequisite: Successful completion of competencies from 928 Hospitality Management 1

Sample Careers

  • On-the-job Training/High School Diploma

    • Banquet server or set-up employee
    • Cocktail server
    • Host
    • Kitchen steward
    • Line cook
    • Restaurant server
    • Room service attendant
    • Counter server
    • Bus person

    Certificate or Associates Degree

    • Baker
    • Bartender
    • Brewer
    • Pastry/speciality chef
    • Restaurant server
    • Wine steward
    • Cook supervisor

    Bachelors Degree or Above

    • Caterer
    • Catering/banquets manager
    • Executive chef
    • Food/beverage manager
    • General manager
    • Kitchen manager
    • Maitre'd
    • Restaurant owner
    • Services manager
    • Restaurant manager