Running Start for Hospitality & Tourism
Love to entertain guests and visitors? Explore what makes the hospitality and tourism industry great.
This course gives students the basics in navigating the travel and tourism industry. Learn about issues related to business and resource management, as well as tourism’s economic effect on Albuquerque and beyond.
- Onsite visits to local hotels provide a background in how to properly manage all aspects of travel, lodging, food services, and event planning. Requires travel to multiple hotel sites.
- Students who successfully complete this course will have an opportunity to apply for a paid internship.
- Textbooks for this course provided by your high school see step number 9.
Dates and Time
- February 6 – April 16
- Monday & Wednesday 3:00 – 5:15 p.m.
|Hotel Lobby Attendant||Housekeeper||Lodging Manager||Hotel GM||Executive Chef|
|Entry Level Salary||$21,354||$16,110||$31,469||$31,749||$44,926|
|Education Required||Training||Training||Certification or Degree||Certification or Degree||Certification or Degree|
Source: New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Executive Director Running Start For Careers
Outreach Services Office Central New Mexico Community College
Course Partner | Heritage Hotels and Resorts