Experience the General Managers Program at Cornell's School of Hotel Administration
The General Managers Program (GMP) is a ten-day learning experience for hotel general managers and their immediate successors. Participants of GMP gain an invaluable connection to an international network of elite hoteliers from within the program, and affiliate membership in Cornell's extensive alumni network. The on-campus experience is the beginning of a lifelong connection to Cornell and its expanding base of knowledge and relationships.
Apply now to advance your hospitality management career with the General Managers Program at Cornell.
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Get a glimpse of GMP from the eyes of your participant peers and renowned Cornell faculty.
For fourteen Cornell University students, their trip to attend the annual HR in Hospitality Conference and Expo in Las Vegas was a capstone for their hospitality and labor-related education.Read more »
The Inn at Taughannock, a luxury boutique hotel managed by Hotelie Brian Simon '04, will be closing after Thanksgiving for renovations.Read more »
Marco Benvenuti, MMH '05, co-founder of Duetto, told students attending the Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series to embrace what makes them unique.Read more »
As a Cornell alumnus/alumna or friend, you save $125.00 with Promo Code CIHLER on the only conference on how to use your HR strategy to drive organization-wide success.Read more »
By creating unforgettable experiences that turn consumers into brand devotees, George P. Johnson CEO Chris Meyer '87 is reinventing marketing.Read more »
Statler Hotel's Taverna Banfi donates to earthquake relief effortRead more »