Construction News

Women in Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Occupations Gran

“The U.S. Department of Labor has announced $4.1 million in grants available to community organizations to recruit, mentor, train and retain more women in quality apprenticeship programs, and to help those women pursue successful careers in manufacturing, infrastructure, cybersecurity, healthcare and other industries. “Apprenticeships provide a promising avenue for women to gain valuable skills while… Read More »

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Hospitality News

Great NH Restaurants & Tuckaway Tavern Announce New Apprenticeship Programs

Culinary training programs will be among the first in NH to offer education and paid, job-relevant training to career seekers. Great NH Restaurants, the management company behind the restaurants Copper Door, T-BONES, CJ’s, and Cactus Jack’s, along with Tuckaway Tavern & Butchery in Raymond have developed new culinary registered apprenticeship programs in partnership with the… Read More »

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Hospitality News

New Hampshire ProStart State Invitational

On Tuesday, March 10th, seven culinary teams and two management teams competed at the New Hampshire ProStart State Invitational. Hosted by the Holiday Inn Concord Downtown, teams were represented from Manchester School of Technology, Milford High School & Applied Technology Center, Mount Washington Valley Career & Technical Center (culinary and management), Pinkerton Academy (culinary and… Read More »

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Hospitality News

Five Guys Partners with Community College System to Offer New Hospitality Apprenticeship for Career Seekers

Training program will prepare apprentices to work in a full-time management position at one of many locations across New Hampshire. Concord, NH – Gellfam Management Corp., the management company behind the Five Guys franchise locations in New Hampshire, has developed a new restaurant management registered apprenticeship program in partnership with the Community College System of… Read More »

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Hospitality News

Celebrating the First Two Graduates of New Hampshire Culinary Institute’s Cook Apprenticeship

The OMNI Mt. Washington in conjunction with New Hampshire Culinary Institute at White Mountains Community College is proud to announce that Caitlyn Pease and Christopher Fudala have both successfully completed their apprenticeships. This accomplishment required these two culinarians to spend over 6,000 hours working and training at the OMNI Mt. Washington with their journey beginning… Read More »

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Hospitality News

New Hampshire Hospitality Month

From bed and breakfasts to luxury hotels, from diners to fine dining, from campgrounds to ski resorts and everything in between, the hospitality industry has something for everyone. The opportunities are endless and it’s a career which offers many benefits. April was to mark the third annual New Hampshire Hospitality Month. Middle school and high… Read More »

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Construction News

Congratulations Caleb Chinburg and ACE Mentor Program of New Hampshire

On April 22, 2020, the ACE Mentor Program of New Hampshire along with ACE National held a zoom meeting to surprise Oyster River Student, Caleb Chinburg with an Allen D. Berg CMiC Memorial Scholarship. Caleb received a $20,000 scholarship over 4 years toward his post-secondary education and training in civil engineering. The scholarship competition was… Read More »

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Hospitality News

Over 500 students participate in New Hampshire Hospitality Month

Sector Partnership Initiatives’ (SPI) second annual New Hampshire Hospitality Month concluded in April with students and community partners from all over New Hampshire. The month-long event was hosted by the New Hampshire Lodging & Restaurant Association (NHLRA) and served to promote hospitality industry jobs as viable career options for current middle and high school students.

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