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Food Services and Hospitality

Students trained in the Food Services and Hospitality Pathway will learn about industry awareness; food safety and sanitation; workforce and organizational management; food, fitness, and wellness; nutritional requirements and processes; food chemistry and technology; research, product development, and evaluation; and marketing and public relations. Our program incorporates numerous food lab experiences. Opportunities to gain experience in the food lab and develop the skills necessary to work in the food industry are an integral part of the program.  Students successfully completing the program requirements will acquire an understanding of food production, processing, preparation, evaluation, proper storage, and use. Upon completion of the pathway requirements, students will have employable and marketable skills for entry-level positions in the food industry. Students have the opportunity to obtain a Safe Food Handler Card as part of the pathway.  Further post-secondary education is highly recommended.