MGCCC holds Hospitality Summit for non-traditional programs

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College held a summit this morning, geared toward non-traditional students.

More than 175 students from high schools across the Coast attended the annual ‘Making Waves on the Gulf Coast Hospitality Summit.’

It gave high school students an opportunity to learn more about MGCCC’s non-traditional programs, things like baking and pastry arts, massage therapy, cosmetology, culinary arts, and travel and tourism management. Gautier High student Kamiron Frazier said, “It gives us like a what you want to do more, more in depth of what you want to do after school. This is for sure I want to do this so you don’t have confusion of what you want to do after school, you have a most definite answer.”

Today’s summit also allowed students to meet with leaders in the industry and get hands-on experience.

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