Internship II: F&B or Events Operations - HTM 481
This course provides students with the opportunity to bridge their academic acquisitions with work experience through a 550-hour on-the-job, real life training. Interns will have the opportunity to acquire hands-on skills in the areas of food and beverage or events operations. For the F&B operations, the learning curve encompasses operations in food production, kitchen operations, food service, banqueting, bar tending, purchasing, cost control, inventory management, ordering, and receiving. For the Events operations, the learning curve includes planning, organizing, scheduling, staffing, securing logistics, supervising, closing, and evaluating events. The course will further allow enhancement of interns’ communication skills, self-confidence, and operational capabilities. Prerequisites: F&B concentration: FBM 316 & FBM 324; Events Concentration: HVM 301.