Cayuga + Cornell
The Cornell University School of Hotel Administration and Cayuga Hospitality Consultants have a unique partnership, including exclusive benefits that Cayuga Consultants are able to provide to our clients that no other consulting organization can offer.
Cornell + Cayuga Collaboration
Since 1925, when the first class from The School of Hotel Administration went forth to serve the hospitality industries, the reputation of the school and its graduates has grown throughout the world. Graduates of the School hold preeminent roles in every facet of the hospitality, tourism and related industries and are found at the highest leadership levels within industry trade associations and hold positions as educators at some of the world’s finest hospitality schools.
Cayuga Hospitality Consultants counts more than half our members as graduates or faculty of The School. Benefits the Cornell + Cayuga Collaboration offers our members and clients, includes exclusive access to online learning programs, In addition, Cayuga Consultants brings to The School a pool of highly engaged and experienced professionals to further its goals and objectives. Our Members are called upon by The School to assist with mentorship and placement of students, assist on industry research projects, contribute to Cornell’s periodicals and reference materials, as guest speakers and panelists, and more.
Cayuga Hospitality Consultants is proud to have a collaborative alliance with The Cornell University School of Hotel Administration.
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