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    Kiesendahl School of Hospitality and Tourism

    John Soto, of Lords Valley, prepares bananas foster as guest finish their lunch on Wednesday as Kiesendahl School of Hospitality and Tourism Director Chef Stephanie Decker and Amanda DiPierro, of Lake Ariel, look on.

    The Mary and Harry Kiesendahl School of Hospitality and Tourism offers associate degrees in Baking & PastryCulinary Arts, Hospitality Management and a bachelor’s degree in Restaurant and Foodservice Management.

    All programs provide comprehensive training to students who wish to pursue a career in fast-paced and creative industries as chefs, entrepreneurs, hotel and restaurant managers or employees in spas, casinos, cruise ships, resorts and more.

    Students also have an amazing opportunity to be part of 409 on Adams, a student-run restaurant located right on campus! Under the observation of chef instructors, students prepare modern and classical menus, manage inventory, create beverage menus, hire staff and create exceptional guest experiences.

    Students have a 100% job placement rate with employment gained just weeks after graduation at locations including: