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Nearly half of all Americans have worked for the hospitality industry at some point in their lives.
More than 45 million Americans suffer from food allergy and sensitivity related illnesses and each year that number increases significantly.
First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Optional Bloodborne Pathogens add-on.
In today's environment, food safety awareness is as heightened as ever. Setting a culture and standard of excellence in your restaurant is just good business. We can help you reach that standard.
Those who complete the Washington version of the ServSafe Alcohol course and exam receive their ServSafe Alcohol certification and Washington state required mixologist (Class 12 or Class 13) permit.
“Hospitality is a career to see yourself in. There’s a lot of room for many kinds of talents with so many different jobs where you can gain experience, and there’s a large need for people who are knowledgeable in our field.”
“Hospitality has taken me to all seven continents. I started as a dishwasher in a pizza place, and that first step allowed me to eventually see the world.”
“There comes a fork in the road where you realize you’re in the career you want to pursue, and your original goals have changed. I took what was available, did what I could do and developed a resume of accomplishment.”
“You get on-site training, and you can move on if you are eager and want to learn more. I knew I wanted to stay in the field somehow, and I kept opening up every door that came to me, leaping into it, hoping for the best, and just kept moving up with Zip’s Drive-In.”