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Scott McBratney, Assistant Principal
Career Arts (718) 698-4200 Ext. 2843
Rachael C. Monaco, Coordinator
(718) 698-4200 Ext. 1632
The Academy of Hospitality and Tourism offers instruction for students in grades 9-12. The Academy offers an opportunity for students to develop the skills and sense of commitment that is in great demand in the fields of travel management positions. In today’s competitive market, students need strong skills and maturity to thrive in our ever-changing world.
Susan E. Wagner High School’s Academy of Hospitality and Tourism provides students with a stimulating program that enables them to acquire the skills necessary for the future. A solid background in Geography, English, Foreign Language, and Technology will give the selected students the edge they need to succeed.
Students will beselected for The Academy of Hospitality and Tourism during their eighth grade school year. Applicants will be chosen based on grades, standardized test scores, and input from teachers and counselors. Parental permission is required and students must express interest in an educational experience that prepares them for employment and career outcomes. Students will be exposed to job shadowing, mentoring, field trips, and internships.
Job Shadowing is an academically motivating activity designed to give students the unique opportunity of an up-close look at the world of work. Students across America will “shadow” workplace mentors as they go through a normal day on the job. The program invites students to see firsthand how the skills learned in school relate to the workplace.
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