The Housekeeping Program prepares New Americans to work in the hospitality and cleaning industry (including nursing, office buildings and hotels) as housekeepers.
In this class students will learn:
• Proper Cleaning & Sanitization Procedure
• Chemical Safety
• Hospitality Basics
• Guest Communication
• Bed-Making Basics
• Job Readiness & Workplace Safety
• Computer skills
• Speed Skills
• Industry-Specific English
After training, the Institute employment specialists provide employment assistance, placement and ongoing employment support. Wages range from $11/hour to $12/hour.
To qualify for this program, an applicant must:
• Be born outside of the United States (refugee, asylee, permanent resident, naturalized U.S. citizen or survivor of trafficking)
• Be in good physical condition and want to work in a housekeeping job
• Be able to read and write the English alphabet
Dates and Times:
The six-week class runs four times throughout the year. Upcoming sessions:
April 13 – May 22, 2020(Cancelled; see COVID-19 updates)
- Sept. 21 – Oct. 30, 2020
Classes meet Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Contact Lynn Thompson at email@example.com 651-647-0191 ext. 330