HOM 255 - Hospitality Seminar 2
3 Lecture Hours
This is a required course which consists of classroom lecture and industry work experience. Students are required to gain an additional 150 hours of work experience in a college-approved setting. Students must choose the alternate establishment to what was chosen in Seminar 1.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Describe and interpret a hospitality operation from his/her own observation utilizing the knowledge of hospitality management acquired from Hospitality Operations Management (HOM) core courses.
- Evaluate the functions, duties and responsibilities of hospitality employees and evaluate the performance of management through first-hand experience as an intern.
- Demonstrate interview and resume writing skills through improved interviewing analysis and a critique of resume.
- Submit a professional career portfolio.
- Apply classroom theory in real world situations.
- Illustrate qualities and skills needed to become successful managers in the foodservice, lodging and/or recreation management industry.
- Interview Skills
- Resume Writing
- Industry Related Problems and Solutions
- Job Search Techniques
Textbook, videos, periodicals, transparencies, guest speaker(s), facility tour.
Approved By: Bullock, Quintin Date Approved: 05/09/2019
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