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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