The Harrison Career Center is offering a unique program for students with special needs in the area of facility care and restaurant preparation.
Students receive training in the areas of: housekeeping, use of cleaning supplies and equipment, set-up for meetings and banquets, servicing guest rooms, operating commercial laundry, performing sanitation procedures, personal hygeine, and food preparation.
Students spend half the day in academic classes and half the day training in the hospitality field.
For more information about the Hospitality program, or other programs at the Harrison Career Center, call (740) 942-2148.
Pictured in part of the Hospitality lab are instructor Rhonda Glenn (left) and special needs instructor Kathy Serig.