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Hospitality & Tourism

Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources

Career Cluster Overview

Hospitality and tourism workers help people enjoy vacations and entertainment activities. You might work at a restaurant, resort, sports arena, theme park, museum, or hotel. 

For example, you might manage operations of a college cafeteria, guide high school students on a trip to Spain, or rent equipment at a recreation center.


Middle School CTE Courses
  • Fundamentals of Culinary Careers (BTMS)
High School CTE Courses
  • Culinary Arts (FPCHS, MHS)
Postsecondary Certificates
  • Baking and Pastry Arts 
  • Dietetic Management & Supervision 
  • Hospitality and Tourism
Associate Degrees
  • Culinary Management 
  • Hospitality Management 
  • Culinary Arts
Bachelor Degrees
  • Hospitality Supervision and Management 
  • Event Management 
  • Restaurant and Foodservice Management 
  • Food Service Systems 
  • Entertainment Management
Industry Certifications
  • ServSafe***

  • ProStart***

***Counts toward college credit in these programs: 
-3 credits in Culinary Management

Clubs and Activities to Explore
  • Junior Achievement
  • 4H
  • Cook Meals at Home 
  • Work Part Time at a Restaurant
  • Assist in Event Plans