HOTEL SCHOOL clubs

The clubs of the Hotel School are a fun and engaging way to expand your passion for the hospitality industry. The Hotel School features clubs that specialize in almost every field one could pursue in hospitality from workplace social advocacy to marketing analytics. Furthermore, these organizations offer specialized professional development activities. For example, some of these professional development activities include consulting, visiting & touring hospitality facilities around the world, dining with industry leaders, and more.

Learn more about these clubs below and get involved today!

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The Cornell student chapter of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) is an advocate of the American lodging industry for SHA students.

Air & Sea Hospitality explores the airline and cruise industry as a whole and exposes members to the various opportunities that exist within the businesses.

The Epicurean Society

The Epicurean Society is an organization uniting students with a strong interest in food and beverage in an effort to promote industry networking and career aspirations in the food and beverage industry.

Regular Attendance Expected

Regular Attendance Expected

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CMAA promotes and advances friendly relations between its members and professional club managers while educating students in the field of club management

FLiH educates and encourages future female leaders in the hospitality industry. Members gain insights and learn from the challenges faced by female industry leaders through research, guest speakers, and networking.

Application Required

Application Required

CREC provides educational, professional, and networking opportunities that enable students to succeed in their real estate endeavors.

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HS2 encourages SHA students to develop a lifelong spirit of service. 

Regular Attendance Expected

Hotelie Entrepreneurs helps students seek developmental opportunities in the hospitality industry and exercise their creativity to develop successful enterprises. 

Application Required

Hotel Ezra Cornell is an annual, weekend-long hospitality industry conference organized by the students of the School of Hotel Administration. 

Application Required

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The Ambassadors seek to promote a positive image of SHA to all visitors, including industry leaders, incoming students, and alumni. 

Regular Attendance Expected

NSMH is a national non-profit organization that seeks to promote hospitality education, to foster professional advancement for minorities, and to create awareness of minority diversity in the hospitality industry.

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Ye Hosts is a group of select students who strive to set examples of overall excellence in SHA and to make charitable contributions to their community.

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Hospitality Students International assists students with professional development in international hospitality and broadens their global business perspectives.

Application Required

The Student Advisory Board (SAB) was created to give undergraduate students an effective way to communicate with the school's senior administrators. 

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HSMAI is a global organization of sales, marketing, and revenue management professionals committed to growing business for hotels and their partners

The Grid is The Hotel School's hospitality design and development club. Its purpose is to enrich and expand students' knowledge and skills of hospitality design through workshops and roundtables with industry professionals.

Application Required

The 180 is an annual student-run publication that covers the happenings at the Hotel School. We aim to provide tangible memories through photos and recollection of moments from all members of the SHA community

Interested in creating your own club?

The Hotel School is open to innovative students who would like to share their passion for a section of the Hospitality industry that has not been highlighted in another club.

If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas to share surrounding club involvement or want to create a Hotel School affiliated organization, reach out to Amanda Simpson.