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Tuesday morning, at 8:00am, we are hosting a one hour session on careers in Hospitality! The session is in the Marquis Northeastmeeting room. 
It's FREE!
It's FUN!
You will meet young professional women, AMAZINGLY LIKE YOU, who are enjoying a life of travel, excitement, and excellence. They are enjoying the good pay and amazing opportunities of the hospitality industry.
Do any of these interests describe you?
  • Performing Arts / Theater
  • Culinary
  • Athletics
  • Student government
  • Community Service
  • ...or any activity in which you truly enjoy being with people.
If so, then you very likely have a good likelihood of interest and success in the hospitality industry.
Why not take one hour and check it out?!
If you do not have the full hour, that is fine. We know you have other activities. You can come and go as you need to.
No dress code - come as you are! Talent outfit, casual clothes, interview outfit, it does not matter.
Your family and friends are welcome. Parents, sister, brother...all are welcome to hear about these great career opportunities.
Three of Marriott's star meeting professionals will be sharing with you their path to success in hospitality. They have enjoyed amazing opportunites, travel, pay and growth with Marriott.
The chances are good that you have a LOT in common with these successful and engaging young women.
Take time to hear about their inspirational journey. You'll be glad you did! (Heads-up: You'll find their journey to be a lot like many of yours!)
Here are just some of the prestigious brands that comprise the hospitality industry:
Universal Studios
Ritz Carlton
Trump International
Royal Caribbean
Waldorf Astoria
Delta Airlines
American Airlines
United Airlines
Lowes Resorts International
W Hotels
Hotel Indigo
Crowne Plaza
Princess Cruises
Four Seasons
Ruth Chris Steak House
Olive Garden well as scores of top resorts, spas, wedding destinations, travel agencies, airlines, cruise companies and more.


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