What activities have you been involved with on and off campus?
"After my first semester I joined IFSEA (International Food Service Executives Association.) Through IFSEA I was able to attend their International Conference in Orlando, Florida. I attended several seminars held by IFSEA leaders from around the world and was able to hear their professional advice about the industry. I also received relevant career training. The IFSEA conference allowed me to grow as a young professional and to network to gain professional references in the industry. I am also fortunate to have received several academic scholarships through IFSEA."
Technology Management: Resort & Recreation Services B.B.A.
The Technology Management: Resort and Recreation Services B.B.A. degree prepares graduates for entry into the resort and recreation industry at the supervisory or management level, where technical knowledge and operational experience are necessary. The Hospitality Technology Department at Morrisville State College has a strong and long-standing relationship with many segments of the hospitality industry.
The development of this degree is the direct result of industry requirements for success in the workplace. The upper-level courses in the B.B.A. in Resort and Recreation Service Management build upon an Associate in Applied Science degree in related areas. Upper-level courses combine a core of business courses with higher level resort and recreation service management classes, culminating in the internship semester, which will serve as the capstone to the degree and facilitate the transition from academia to industry for the graduate.
The graduate's knowledge and experience with technology provided as a part of ThinkPad University will make them especially valuable in the development and use of interactive media for training, marketing, management, decision-making, and communications.