Grant Money Now Available for Southern Idaho Hospitality Students
A multifaceted business sector with abundant career prospects
When you think of the hospitality industry, most likely you think of hotels and restaurants. In reality, hospitality is a vast, dynamic business sector, centered around delivering exceptional service and creating unforgettable experiences for guests and customers.
Some niches within the industry include event planning, travel and tourism, culinary arts, hotel management, revenues and accounting, consulting, culinary arts, airlines, cruise lines, spas, gaming, and entertainment.
In Southern Idaho, this opens up a great number of career opportunities, catering to individuals with diverse skill sets and varied interests.
Idaho is seeing an uptick in demand for educated workers in hospitality and tourism
The hospitality industry in Idaho has experienced a significant surge in demand, primarily fueled by the rise in tourism. Idaho's tourism and recreation industry emerged as one of the few sectors to fully rebound from the impact of COVID-19, making it the state's third-largest industry, and one of the most future-proof.
Grants available now covering 80% of tuition
The Idaho Department of Commerce is offering financial aid to Magic Valley area residents through the Idaho Launch grant funding, covering up to 80% of tuition costs for qualifying students enrolling in Boise State University's New Resort and Hospitality Management Program. This financial assistance presents a rare opportunity for potential managers in Southern Idaho.
The low-cost Resort and Hospitality Management Program
Boise State University's New Resort and Hospitality Management Program provides a unique opportunity for Magic Valley residents looking to carve out a career in the hospitality sector. With the Idaho Launch funding, qualified individuals can pursue a Certificate in Resort and Hospitality Management with an 80% reduction in tuition fees.
The program, which encompasses seven classes and offers complete online accessibility, enables students to gain comprehensive knowledge and practical skills within a flexible timeframe, usually completing it within a year.
Boise State's Resort and Hospitality Management Program
Cortney Campbell, a long-time Magic Valley resident, and dedicated instructor in the program, is looking to connect aspiring hospitality management students with the opportunities provided by Boise State University. With this program, residents of the Magic Valley can grab their chance to excel in a growing industry without needing to obtain credentials out of state.
This grant will only be available for a limited time
Potential students and hospitality firms in the Magic Valley interested in the low-cost, limited-time grant opportunity or scheduling presentations can reach out to Cortney Campell at email@example.com or visit Boise State University's website for more details.