At Iowa State University, we are proud to offer one of the longest running Hospitality Management programs in the United States. A program that allows students to gain knowledge through participation in opportunities offered both on and off campus.
The purpose of this campaign is to raise funds for ISU students to cover airfare, food and hotel, and other accommodations to attend the 30th annual National Society for Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH) Conference and Career Fair in Atlanta, Georgia, February 14 - 17, 2019.
Why Donate to Support ISU Student Travel to NSHM?
Your donation will allow members of the ISU organization to network, interview for career/industry position opportunities, attend professional workshops and hospitality related events, participate in the NSMH national board election, meet with recruiters, and so much more.
Proudly ISU senior, Alanis Morales-Cuadrado currently serves on the NSHM National Board, as Midwest Regional Chair --- a first for ISU!
NSHM stands for National Society of Minorities in Hospitality. With thousands of student members across the country, NSHM is the premier professional organization for hospitality students. Founded on the mission to aid in the recruitment, retention, support, and advancement of minority students in the hospitality industry, NSHM strives to be a diverse, accepting, and multicultural organization proven to help college-level students succeed both inside and outside of the classroom. NSHM hosts numerous events, programs, workshops, and continues to offer a variety of resources for college-level students to connect with sponsors, industry representatives, hospitality organizations, and other students.
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Your donation at this level will support student meals while traveling to and while attending the national conference in metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia.
Your donation at this level will support travel, hotel, and conference registration and when pooled with other donations will allow the chapter to organize professional development tours while attending the national conference in metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia.