“Schools Of Hospitality”
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Dakota County Technical College – Meeting & Event Management – Rosemount, MN
This program offers an AAS Degree and a Certificate that can help you get a job or earn a promotion in hospitality. Students may also elect to participate in hour-based training. Courses are available online and in the classroom on Friday nights and Saturdays. Delivery is hands-on in a workshop environment using supplemental materials from actual events and group projects to provide students with a practical and dynamic learning experience. Full- or part-time starts are available in Fall or Spring semester.
Hospitality and tourism is the largest industry in the world; offering a diverse array of employment options. Students can select courses to work in operations or management of meeting, event and trade shows, or the venues and services that serve them. Work in venues such as hotels, resorts, casinos, golf and country clubs, signature spas, theme parks, attractions, and convention centers. Or work in services such as marketing and public relations firms, caterers, convention bureaus, incentive companies, trade show contractors, production houses, and more.
Employment is all about the guest, their experiences, and expectations. A diverse array of career options is available.
Meeting and event managers identify, coordinate, and manage all details of meetings, conferences, trade shows, incentive trips, corporate retreats, festivals, fairs, celebrations, weddings and other life celebrations. They are drivers of success and profitability for the meetings and other events that serve as a pivotal focus for hosting organizations and groups across the globe. Meeting and event managers are integral to management, operations and service positions in the many industries that serve these gatherings.
A.A.S. students select an emphasis to enhance their opportunities in the Hospitality or Casino Management sectors.
The Hospitality Management Emphasis leads to positions in hotels, convention centers and resorts as well as more non-traditional venues:
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Small Business Hospitality Association (SBHA)