Hospitality Business Plan Competition is a meaningful learning experience for students who are interested in pursuing an entrepreneurial venture and whose ideas serve as new independent ventures in the seed, start-up, or early growth stages.
Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) is a month-long experiential training program in hospitality entrepreneurship and small business management. At no cost, disabled veterans of Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom participate in 20 days of online training followed by a week of on-campus sessions led by the School of Hotel Administration faculty, Cornell University community, and Culinary Institute of America.
Networking socials occur throughout the academic year and are a casual setting where students meet with senior industry leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs.
Industry roundtables are events for a select number of senior level executives, Cornell University faculty, students, and institute scholars for direct discussion of contemporary and critical issues affecting the hospitality industry.