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Free Job Training in Hospitality
Looking for a career in hospitality?
The Chinese-American Planning Council, Workforce Development Division, provides a free training program in hospitality careers.
The curriculum for this program is from the American Hotel and Lodging Association which is the sole national association representing all sectors and stakeholders in the lodging industry, including individual hotel property members, hotel companies, students and faculty members, and industry suppliers.
This is an 8-week training program, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This training program includes:
- Introduction to hospitality industry
- Organization and structure of hotel
- Communication skills
- Job readiness skills
Participants will learn the skills needed to obtain various types of entry-level jobs in a hotel such as:
- Room Attendant
- Kitchen Stewards
Average salary is $13.66 per hour
There will be job placement assistance for graduates.
- 18 years old and up
- 8th grade reading level
- U.S. work authorized
- High School diploma/GED preferred
How to apply
In order to apply, you must attend an orientation which is held every Monday at 9:30 a.m.
165 Eldridge Street, 2nd floor, New York, NY 10002
Travel directions: Take B/D train to Grand Street or F train to Delancy Street.
No one will be admitted to enter after the time.
For more information, please call:
Chinese-American Planning Council
Workforce Development Division
The Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc., which was founded in 1965, is one of the largest non-profit providers of educational, social and community services for Asian-Americans in the U.S. As it enters the 5th decade of community service, it presents a new era of service to the world wide web community with over 70 social services and 29 locations in New York City. Learn more about the Chinese-American Planning Council.
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