Open to all 11th & 12th graders in Marquette & Alger Counties
This program provides students an opportunity to participate in a challenging and rewarding hands-on environment. Students learn about supervision, management, planning, delegation, and responsibility, while gaining experience in quantity food production and management.
Students in this class:
- Participate in a statewide culinary competition
- Work at culinary events
- Tour local restaurants and food service operations
- Obtain two weeks of work experience
Learn about banquet and catering operations including:
- On and off-premise events
The lodging and tourism components of the program will prepare you to meet the needs of guests who are away from home and monitor the revenue activity of a hotel or tourism facility. The course will cover guest services, culinary arts, baking, sanitation, applied math/finance and kitchen safety.
This class is typically available to students in grades 11 - 12.
Students attend class made up of other Marquette and Alger County high school & homeschool students at NMU’s Jacobetti Complex from 12:21 - 2:21.
Prerequisites: None (unless assigned by local district)
High School Credit
College credit(s) possible
- Students can earn up to 10 college credits from NMU
- Students must earn a grade of 90% or better and be recommended by the instructor
- Each college reserves the right to set its own credit-granting policy
- Contact your college(s) to find out the score it requires to grant credit, the number of credit hours granted, and the course(s) that can be bypassed with a satisfactory score
NMU courses satisfied:
HM 111 - Food Service Sanitation - NMU Credits Granted 2
HM 112 - Intro to Hospitality Industry - NMU Credits Granted 4
HM 115 - Professional Cooking I - NMU Credits Granted 4
National Restaurant Association ServSafe Food Safety (an industry standard)*
*Credentials are nationally recognized, portable and stackable, which means students have the option of attaining more advanced credentials in the future
CTE Culinary Arts students outreach
CTE Culinary Arts students from Marquette Senior High School (MSHS) served over 125 MSHS students and staff in their cafeteria.
What to do next?
Instructors: Christopher Kibit, Loganne Glendening