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National Society of Minorities in Hospitality

NSMH

The National Society of Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH) is a non-profit student run organization. Since its founding at Cornell University in 1989, this professional trade organization has grown from 4 members to over 1000 members. NSMH prides itself on preparing minority students to be leaders in the hospitality industry. The organization provides its members with a competitive advantage through programs and conferences, networking opportunities, scholarships, and career development services. NSMH is comprised of over 75 chapters at colleges and universities throughout the United States and the Caribbean.

 During the last academic year, the Kemmons Wilson School chapter made great strides by adopting the mission to emphasize the promotion of diversity and community outreach. Student members attended the national conference, various activities and events were hosted, and chapter membership significantly increased to include a diverse group of students whose ethnicities include: African American, Asian, Caucasian and Latino. The Kemmons Wilson School chapter will continue growing in scope and size while upholding its commitment to diversity.

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Last Updated: 1/23/12