Students Luke Pierre Jr, Johnny Collins, and Luis Jarez eat from the buffet their class cooked for their graduation from the Hospitality Institute, a tourism education program at Miami-Dade College, on Sept. 28. The Overtown-based program focuses on providing educational opportunities for people in underserved communities who want to learn skills for entry-level tourism jobs.
Students Luke Pierre Jr, Johnny Collins, and Luis Jarez eat from the buffet their class cooked for their graduation from the Hospitality Institute, a tourism education program at Miami-Dade College, on Sept. 28. The Overtown-based program focuses on providing educational opportunities for people in underserved communities who want to learn skills for entry-level tourism jobs. CHARLES TRAINOR JR ctrainor@miamiherald.com
Students Luke Pierre Jr, Johnny Collins, and Luis Jarez eat from the buffet their class cooked for their graduation from the Hospitality Institute, a tourism education program at Miami-Dade College, on Sept. 28. The Overtown-based program focuses on providing educational opportunities for people in underserved communities who want to learn skills for entry-level tourism jobs. CHARLES TRAINOR JR ctrainor@miamiherald.com

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