Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Center has taken home another national honor. This week, the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Program was named one of the “Elite 50 Hospitality Programs” in the entire country.
From Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers:
The Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management program at Sentinel Career & Technology Center has been named an “Elite 50 Hospitality Program” by Sullivan University. The program was selected from more than 350 secondary school hospitality programs from across the nation that were invited to apply for the honor of being named to the 2017 Elite 50 list.
“All of our programs at Sentinel Career & Technology Center have a high standard of excellence”, explains Sentinel Director, Elissa Heal. “This recognition showcases that we are a program of excellence and we are preparing and inspiring tomorrow’s hospitality professionals. Instructor Valerie Zeno is a true asset to our district and the instruction and experiences she provides to the students in the program is top notch. She has built a program that is truly deserving of this designation.”
The criteria for earning the Program of Distinction award includes:
- Two-Year Culinary or Hospitality Management program at the high school level
- Participation in state competitions, with more points earned for placing 1st-4th in competition
- Submission of an original recipe with photos or a restaurant management design
- Program information including student participants and teacher credentials
- Additional consideration is given when a school operates a restaurant, or catering service as part of training.
Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers have been providing quality career technical education since 1968. The district provides students with specific, marketable skills to begin a career, pursue further training or attend college. For more information about any of our programs, or to apply to be a student, visit www.vsctc.org.