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THE WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL ALUMNI NETWORK

Drew Nieporent '77 founded Myriad Restaurant Group which includes Nobu and Tribeca Grill

The Cornell Hotel Society is an engaged network of dynamic, imaginative leaders sharing tradition, friendship, passions and ideas because of the shared belief that life is service. CHS is inspired to create enriching experiences for others, celebrating what it means to be a Hotelie for life.

This network brings students and alumni together by offering a meaningful platform for Hotelies to connect, share friendships, and further professional endeavors. The organization advances the interests of the school, its students, and alumni worldwide, and serves to support industry leaders - today and for generations to come. 

Please click here to access the CHS alumni database. 

In addition to the Collegiate Chapter, you can partake in CHS events hosted by chapters from around the world! 

The CHS, CC is the student assembly of the Hotel School and the umbrella organization over the School's twenty clubs and organizations.

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The CHS, CC is the student assembly of the Hotel School and the umbrella organization over the School's twenty clubs and organizations. The Collegiate Chapter is the oldest chapter of CHS, the world's largest and strongest alumni network.

The CHS, CC works with the School's administration and alumni to develop activities that encourage students' involvement in Hotel School organizations and industry events. CHS hosts and organizes social and professional events throughout the year.

By promoting the Hotel School's clubs and organizations, CHS provides students opportunities to learn more about the fields of the hospitality industry that they are interested in. CHS works with clubs to help students discover their career paths; develop their leadership skills; and form a wide network of contacts who can help students after they graduate.