Students in the Hospitality and Tourism Program have benefited from visits for training at the Kiawah Island Resort. File photo
St. Johns High School's 17 students enrolled in the Hospitality and Tourism Program have earned their Guest Service Professional Certification from the American Hotel & Lodging Education Institute.
In addition to the classroom training that began in October, students in the Hospitality and Tourism Program have benefited from visits for training at the Kiawah Island Resort. Additional professional development training came from representatives at the Charleston County Parks and Recreation, Trident Community College, and the Palmetto Community Action Partnership.
The students earning their professional certification are Angel Arriaga, Ahleah Bonneau, Latisha Cuthberth, James Grant, Emoni Mack, Jailah Mack, Essence Middleton, Alexander Salgado, Curtis Smith, Sole Stanley, Jamara Tillmon, Talaisha A. Wright, Daneisha Gladden, Khamil Green, Tyleah Legare, I’muniqe McDade and Angelica Zamudio.
Established in 1953, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute is one of the nonprofit member benefits of the American Hotel & Lodging Association, a source for delivering hospitality education, training and professional certification that serves the needs of hospitality schools and industries worldwide.
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