START Hospitality Program

Training Program

(Skills, Tasks, And Results Training), is a one-year classroom and internship curriculum for students over 18 years of age with special needs. The program provides students the real world knowledge and skills for a long-term career in the Hospitality Industry. Workplace and independent capabilities are built in through focused reading, writing and math skills development. This nationally recognized program is a collaboration by the American Hotel & Lodging Institute, the NH Lodging and Restaurant Association, the Learning Center and Great Bay Community College.

Course Curriculum

Course ID Course Theory Lab Credits
NCHL110 START Hospitality 1
Classroom , Lab , Total
NCHL120 START Hospitality 2
Classroom , Lab , Total
NCHL130 START Hospitality 3
Classroom , Lab , Total
Total Credits Non Credit

Typical Job Opportunities

Job prospects are excellent in this high-growth industry. The importance of finding good employees is a high priority. Annual median wages in 2010 were $18,130 for food and beverage servers; $29,990 for information clerks; and $19,300 for housekeeping positions.
(Source: US Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Still not sure?

Learn more about the START Hospitality Program program by contacting the Business and Training Center.