Foodservice is the second largest retail industry in the nation.
Because the demand for qualified personnel is much greater than the supply, the daily responsibilities of many food service managers can be as complicated as some of the meals prepared by a fine chef. In addition to the traditional duties of selecting and pricing menu items, using food and other supplies efficiently and achieving quality in food preparation and service, managers are also responsible for a growing number of administrative and human resource tasks.
If you're up to the challenge, you'll find an abundance of opportunities in restaurants, hotels, resorts, clubs, conference centers, air and cruise lines, schools and colleges, and health care upon completing one of our programs. Explore our certificate and degree options to see which fit is best for you!
General Education Requirements
- Choose a degree or certificate program.
- Apply to Naugatuck Valley Community College.
- Send in required documents.