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2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Hospitality Management

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The Hospitality curriculum allows students to take a mix of courses that reflect their individual talents and interests. Although students are required to take a number of hospitality and core curriculum courses, they also have the opportunity of choosing electives from other Schools in the College. This permits students to design a course mix that is appropriate to their interests and aspirations. Greater choice is given in junior and senior years when students will want to consider more specialized career pathways or postgraduate alternatives.

The Endicott mission of internships and applied learning is emphasized within the School of Hospitality Management. The 120-hour internships in freshman and sophomore years allow students to gain initial experience and ideas in terms of possible career goals. The semester-long internship is an opportunity to have a more substantive experience in a local, national or international setting. In a global economy, international experience provides a competitive advantage in the job market.

Examples of Internship sites include:

Balsams Hotel and Resort
Boston Harbor Hotel 
Brooksby Village
Caracas Hilton – Venezuela
Chamard Vineyards
The Cliff House
The Country Club
Ecuador Amazing
Fairmont Hotels
Four Seasons Hotels
Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau
Hyatt Hotels International
Jupiter Island Club
Marriott Hotels
Massachusetts State Tourism Division
New York Rangers Association
NXT Events
Rafanelli Events Company
Ritz Carlton Hotels
Starwoods Hotels and Resorts
TD North Garden 
Top of the Hub
Walt Disney World Resort
Westin Hotels
Witch City Brewing Company
Sheraton - Waikiki
No.9 Park
PRRI- an Association Management Company
Nine Zero
San Diego’s Estancia La Jolla Hotel and Spa
Maine’s True North Events and Catering
Tedesco Country Club
TD Bank Garden


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