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									Nutrition through the Life
Span

    Unit 4
    Careers
    (FNL 9)
Key Vocabulary

        Sanitation– clean practices.
        Nutrition– science of eating healthy.
        Agriculture– growing & producing food.
        Marketing– selling a product.
        Hospitality– food service, tourism, and
         recreation.
        Culinary Arts– relating to cooking or the
         kitchen.
Job Description

           Grow & produce food.
           Market & sell food.
           Cook & prepare food.
           Plan healthy meals.
           Keep food safe.
           Clean up.
Food & Nutrition Skills

     Working with      Quality work
      people            Time management
     Technical         Creativity
     Working with      School Skills- math,
      your hands         English, science, art
     Focus
Career Pathways
        Food Service & Culinary Arts
            Baker
            Butcher
            Caterer
            Chef/Head Cook
            Chocolatier
            Food Service Director
            Food Stylist
            Pastry Chef
            FACS teacher
Food Service & Culinary Arts
   Get The Facts:
      13.1 million people or 9% of working
       Americans work in the restaurant
       industry.
      Restaurant and food industry jobs are
       expected to increase by 1.9 million by
       2016. 47,000 of those jobs will be
       managers.
      There will be plenty of jobs for chefs,
       cooks, and food prep workers through
       2014.
      Food service is a high skill, high wage,
       and high demand job.
Career Pathways
         Food Science, Dietetics, & Nutrition
           Dietitian

           Food Scientist

           Nutritionist

           Food/Drug Inspector

           FACS teacher

         Hospitality Services
           Restaurant Manager

           Hotel Manager

           Event Planner
Food Science, Dietetics, & Nutrition

     Get The Facts:
        Dieticians and Nutritionists held about
         57,000 jobs in 2006.
        Employment for dieticians is expected
         to increase 18-26% by 2014 because of
         an emphasis on disease prevention
         through healthy eating.
        Food Science & Dietetics is high skill.
        Food Science & Dietetics is
         nontraditional for males.
Hospitality

       Get The Facts:
          Travel & tourism is one of the largest and
           fastest growing industries in the world.
          20-40% of sales at table service
           restaurants comes from visitors and
           travelers.
          15% comes from quick service sales.
          Hospitality jobs are high wage and in high
           demand.
          Hospitality is nontraditional for males.
Career Pathways
         Agriculture: Production/Processing
             Animal Science: Animal Nutritionist, Herdsman,
              Livestock Inspector, Vet
             Plant & Soil Science: Agronomist, Plant
              Pathologist, Seed Sales Manager
             Science & Management: Meat Inspector,
              Farmer/Rancher, Livestock Buyer
         Marketing
             Management:
                 Advertising, Market Research Analyst
             Sales & Service:
                 Purchasing Agent, Buyer
             Travel & Tourism:
                 Host/Hostess, Food Server
                 Entrepreneurship: Retail Owner
        Agriculture
Get The Facts:
   Agriculture is the nation’s largest employer
    with more than 21 million workers.
   More than 100,000 people work in
    agriculture and agribusiness in Utah.
   Agriculture is a high skill job.
   Animal Science and Science &
    Management are high wage jobs.
   Science & Management jobs are in high
    demand.
   Agriculture in nontraditional for females.
Marketing

      Get the Facts:
         Advertising, marketing, and sales
          managers held about 646,000 jobs in
          2004.
         Key management skills: creativity,
          communication, and computer skills.
         A lot of teens are successful
          entrepreneurs.
         Marketing jobs are high wage and in
          high demand.
Related FACS Classes at TCHS

         Nutrition and Wellness
         Nutrition through the Life Span
         Food Science
Peach state Pathways

         http://www.gadoe.org/ci_cta.aspx
          ?PageReq=CICTAEFCS
Real Life examples

   Rebecca Lang
    http://www.rebeccalangcooks.com/
   Karen Hutcheson
   Robert Hendricks
   http://www.foodnetwork.com/search/delegate.
    do?fnSearchString=food+stylist&fnSearchTyp
    e=site
   Heather Cook
   Others that have spoken to our class.
Rebecca Lang

   Pick one of her recipes
   Practice preparing and styling the dish.
Food Styling

   Create a dish for photography only.
   Take pictures and publish for voting by the
    student body.

								
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