More than 300 hospitality students from 17 hospitality schools attended the HSMAI Greater New York Chapters Virtual Global Intercollegiate Spring Conference on April 58, 2021, to network, learn more about the industry, and hear from renowned speakers. Coordinated by New York University, Pennsylvania State University, and St. Johns University, the conference featured an opening keynote from one of the most dynamic leaders in hotel real estate: Art Adler, president and founder of Adler Hotel Advisors LLC.
The Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International (HSMAI) Foundation excited to open the 2021 call for applications for its Mike Dimond Scholarship Program. This scholarship program was established to support degree-seeking students who are pursuing careers in hospitality sales, marketing, or revenue optimization.
In some instances, alcohol-to-go means beer and wine delivery only, but could also include liquor delivery, and may or may not include cocktails.
Seven-month pilot project, Hilton Liya Diriya, aims to empower local women through hospitality skills training and development
The contest includes three rounds at the end of which three finalists are invited to pitch their service or product to a judging panel of industry experts, faculty members, investors, start-up owners, and CEOs at Les Roches Campus in Crans-Montana (Switzerland).
The donation will help support the programmatic and career development elements of the Marriott-Sorenson Center for Hospitality Leadership, which will be housed within the Howard University School of Business.
In-Depth Training Guides Participants Through Immersive, Three-Year Program at the Union Club Hotel at Purdue
The new certificate demonstrates a hospitality professionals expertise in financial analysis and benchmarking. Course discounts available through May 31, 2021.
Marriott International to create the Arne M. Sorenson Hospitality Fund to support the design of a world class hospitality program and curriculum
Aimbridge Hospitalit has continued to prioritize the education of its future leaders, despite the unique challenges COVID-19 has presented through the AHLA Foundation's Lodging Manager Apprenticeship program. As a result, they have seen the largest class of apprentices to date, with 73 high performing candidates currently enrolled.