Student Clubs & Activities
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There is a Student Chapter of the Club Managers Association of America in the Department for students interested in a career in the club area. The club invites speakers from all the different types of clubs to its regular meetings. Members are also involved in special activities such as field trips, Career Day, and New England Club Managers Association meetings. Students attend the National Conference of CMAA.
A Chapter of this National Honor Society is established at the University of Massachusetts. The Society seeks to honor those students who have established outstanding academic and/or professional records during their college careers. Significant among their activities are tutoring in the Department, a reading room, student counseling, and an honors banquet, where students are initiated into the society and scholarship and other honor recipients are recognized.
FBMA has been established to provide students with activities involved in managing and operating all types of food service. It also aims at giving members the chance to make contact with individuals in these food services. The club plans trips, visits from guest speakers, fund raising, social activities, and other functions relating to this large area.
NSMH is dedicated to the careers, recruitment, and assistance of minorities involved in the hospitality field. Open to both U.S. citizens and international students, it strives to represent the unique interests and activities relevant to the field and the groups they represent. The club is involved in conferences, seminars, guest speakers, advising, tutoring, and other activities.
UMHM strives to provide club members with the opportunity to gain insights into the hotel industry by creating interactions with industry professionals and by conducting site visits to resorts, hotels, and industry functions. Through networking with hotel operators and working together with other students interested in the hotel industry, students can begin to develop their own network of connections as they learn more about their futures.
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