Employer: The Chop House Ann Arbor
Date of HTIM Course Completion: August 2023
Location: Ann Arbor
Why did you want to enroll in the HTIM business management course?
I was invited to attend Capitol Day as an advocate for Mainstreet Ventures, and was introduced to Amanda Smith, director of the program, and to what the program had to offer.
By Dan Roma, CFO of National Coney Island
As a leading industry in Michigan, hospitality employs almost 13 percent of the workforce in Michigan, making it a vital industry to the state's economic success. We appreciate these employees everyday, but this week they deserve a special shoutout.
February 5-9 is Pride in Food Service Week, initiated by the Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals. This observance was created to acknowledge and show appreciation to all of those in the food service industry. Hospitality workers have proven themselves to be resilient as the industry faced challenges during the pandemic and continues to evolve to meet the needs of Michiganders.
By Jean Lanfear, VP Human Resources of Patton Wings, Inc., a franchisee of Buffalo Wild Wings.
With the turning of the calendar comes a natural inclination to assess the path we’re on and consider the future that lies ahead. With a full month behind us in 2024, the turning of the calendar reminds us that our lives are dynamic, and oftentimes, we’re ready for exploration.
For those whose year holds the possibility of beginning or reinventing your career path, perhaps 2024 is your year for a new set of skills.
Hospitality Training Institute of Michigan reaches 1,000 registrants, will pay first 2,000 residents who graduate from free 12-week training program
LANSING, Mich. – The Hospitality Training Institute of Michigan announced that more than 1,000 Michigan residents have signed up to participate in its 12-week Hospitality Business Management Course, beginning in January 2024. The comprehensive job skills course, a $2,500 value, will be offered at no cost to the first 2,000 registrants. HTIM will also provide a $500 stipend to each graduate who successfully completes the course.
Hospitality Training Institute of Michigan will pay residents who graduate from free 12-week training program
LANSING, Mich. – The Hospitality Training Institute of Michigan announced today that it is relaunching its 12-week Hospitality Business Management Course with some added financial incentives to help boost employment in Michigan’s growing hospitality industry. Beginning in 2024, HTIM will offer its comprehensive, $2,500 job skills course at no cost to the first 2,000 registrants. It will also provide a $500 stipend to each graduate who successfully completes the course.