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.
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CIHLER Director David Sherwyn offers tips to employers based on the 7th circuit decision on mandatory arbitration policies.Read more »
Edgard Sanchez was working a secure warehouse job. A veteran of the U.S. military having transitioned back to civilian life, he could easily have stayed where he was, comfortable in the day-to-day routine of earning a steady paycheck for an honest day’s work. But he knew there was something more for him...Read more »
Five student teams competed for the chance to win $25,000 March 18 as part of Hotel Ezra Cornell’s seventh annual Hospitality Business Plan Competition.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 »
Every year, Professors David Sherwyn and Richard Hurd select a group of students from their co-taught Labor Relations in the Hospitality Industry class (HADM 4810/ILRLR 4060) to attend the HR in Hospitality Conference and Expo, now in its tenth year...Read more »