Hitting the Mark with Hospitality
July 24 - 25, 2024
UW-Stevens Point | CPS Room 329
Business and Leadership, CEU, Educators

Wednesday - Thursday, July 24 - 25, 2024
UW-Stevens Point Campus | CPS Room 329​


This two-day workshop offer educators of Family and Consumer Sciences and Business/Marketing the opportunity to expand and enhance offerings in hospitality including Entrepreneurship, Event Management, Culinary Arts, Customer Service and more.
  • Identify standards that align with career pathway outcomes
  • Evaluate res​ources to enhance classroom experiences
  • Connect lessons to CTSO Involvement
  • PDUs availaable from AAFCS

​Day One: Wednesday, July 24, 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Day Two: Thursday, July 25, 9 a.m. - ​3:30 p.m.

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Registration Information

  • ​$200 includes materials and lunches
  • $100 for UWSP students, includes materials and lunches
  • Registration Deadline:​ July 8



Julie Anderson, DPI FCS Consultant

Julie Anderson is an energetic and driven family and consumer sciences (FCS) professional with expertise in leadership and relationship management. She is eager to engage with other FCS professionals, stakeholders and business and industry leaders and provide exceptional service and leadership.​​​

​Kayla Correll, ACP & CTE Coordinator of CESA#1

Kayla Correll serves as the Career & Technical Education Coordinator for CESA #1 in Southeastern Wisconsin, overseeing a consortium of 23 school districts. With a focus on grant management, program coordination, and academic planning, Kayla strives to enhance career readiness programs across the region. Her efforts include writing and administering the Perkins grant, supporting district CTE programs, and guiding Academic and Career Planning initiatives for 45 public schools. Prior to her current position, Kayla spent nine years teaching family and consumer sciences in the Greendale School District, where her passion for education and commitment to student success earned her recognition as the 2020 AAFCS Teacher of the Year. Through her dedication and expertise, Kayla is committed to developing solutions that foster a career-ready ecosystem, ensuring students are equipped with the skills and opportunities they need to succeed in today's workforce.

​​Britta Rotering, Supervisor of Career & Technical Education for LaCrosse School District

Britta Rotering is the Supervisor of Career & Technical Education for the School District of La Crosse.  Britta has spent 21 years in education, 14 of which were spent as a Middle and High School Family & Consumer Sciences Educator, and leading school-to-career programming for school districts in Western Wisconsin. Since leaving the classroom, Britta has served as a School District CTE (Career & Technical Education) Administrator. Britta leads CTE Programming, Academic & Career Planning, and Career Pathway Development, She is the Administrator of the La Crosse School District Engineering, Health Science, Architecture & Construction, and Culinary Arts Academies.  Britta's role also includes directing the La Crosse Youth Apprenticeship Consortium, which has been very successful in creating strong youth apprenticeship partnerships, bridges to registered apprenticeship, and crosswalked youth apprenticeship programs for dual credit attainment.  She is passionate about creating strong partnerships between our K-12 school system, our students, and Area Businesses. Britta also serves as an adjunct professor at the University of  Wisconsin- Stevens Point in the master of education program.​

Alex Vernon, Pro Start Manager, WI Restaurant Association

Alex Vernon leads and manages Wisconsin ProStart program, a curriculum and mentoring program designed to introduce high school students to the skills needed for careers in the restaurant and foodservice industry.​​​

​​Program Sponsors​