ClimbHI launches new Hospitality for Me program for high school students

July 21, 2022, 10:10 AM HST

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The nonprofit ClimbHI is launching a new program referred to as Hospitality for Me, which offers a full suite of hospitality assets for high faculties statewide, making hospitality schooling and job readiness a normal providing for students. 

This initiative aligns with the Hawai‘i Department of Education’s enlargement from 6 to 13 Career Pathways, permitting Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation to shine as its personal new pathway.    

ClimbHI notes that whereas that is thrilling, faculties face budgetary and certified trainer constraints, which restrict pathway choices to their students annually. Hospitality for Me opens communication between the business and school management to take away widespread obstacles to providing Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation.   

ClimbHI President Julie Morikawa is partnering with companies and organizations like Hawaiʻi Women in Lodging & Tourism to showcase the advantages of the business and help school wants.

As the 2022-2023 educational 12 months nears, ClimbHI is main a session with business leaders (MHLA, WIL, and Activities and Attractions Association) and school directors, together with the Baldwin, King Kekaulike, Maui High advanced space superintendent and 85 principals and VPs in the present day, July 21, 2022, on the Maui Beach Hotel Ballroom. 

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