Make New Hampshire your career destination
Hospitality and tourism encompass many different types of businesses, from restaurants and hotels to arts, sports and entertainment and recreation. Locals and visitors alike depend on this industry for building strong communities, enhancing cultural connections, and serving the public interest. Through our hospitality apprenticeship program, you’ll hone your skills in business, customer relations, event planning, or even train as a chef or baker.
Experience and a paycheck
With opportunities in every corner of the state, there’s a role for you. Be part of a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene, outdoor recreation community, or work in many other tourism and service-related jobs. The Granite State’s hospitality workforce makes possible the countless experiences that bring millions of people to New Hampshire each year. Enhance your skills or learn new ones, all while earning a competitive wage.
Where can a hospitality apprenticeship take you?
The training you’ll receive in a hospitality apprenticeship is the first step in a process that supports you every step of the way. ApprenticeshipNH works with employers to develop programs that perfectly align with the 20+ available career tracks in NH’s seven community colleges. After completing a registered apprenticeship, you will have the skills and training to make a difference.
20+ career tracks at New Hampshire community colleges
ApprenticeshipNH is here to help you acquire new skills or build upon existing experience you may have working in seasonal or part-time roles.
Possible professions after completing your hospitality internship:
- Banquet/event manager
- Buildings and grounds supervisor
- Facilities manager
- Hotel associate
- Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerk
- Housekeeping director
- Lodging manager
- Pastry chef
- Recreation assistant
- Restaurant manager
If you don’t see your dream job listed here, contact us for more information. Additional options may be available.
What types of companies hire hospitality professionals?
After completing a registered apprenticeship in hospitality are qualified to work in a variety of settings, such as:
- Amusement centers, theme parks, and attractions
- Athletic teams and sports organizations
- Bed and breakfast facilities
- Catering companies
- Conference centers and banquet facilities
- Convention centers
- Country clubs
- Cruise companies
- Fitness facilities
- Large corporations
- Park systems
- Recreation centers
- RV parks
- Special event and festival organizations
- Sporting clubs
- State, federal, and local government tourism offices
- Trade and professional associations
- Visitor bureaus