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Mid-State’s Hospitality Management program becomes Institutional Member of 威斯康星州 Hotel & Lodging Association
The Hospitality Management program at Mid-State Technical College is now an educational institutional member of the 威斯康星州 Hotel & Lodging Association (WH&LA), positioning students for greater success in the industry through a variety of benefits and opportunities.
Among other benefits, membership provides students with deeply discounted rates at industry events as well as access to 威斯康星州 Hotel & Lodging Association (WH&LA) educational scholarship funds, awarded annually to hospitality students. As an educational provider, Mid-State’s membership includes access to the most up-to-date data, training strategies and needs of business partners.
According to Heather Wirtz, general manager of Sleep Inn of 威斯康星州急流， WH&LA membership gives students a great introduction to the hospitality industry and what it has to offer.
“I'm very excited to know that Mid-State's Hospitality Management program is now an Educational Institutional Member of the 威斯康星州 Hotel & Lodging Association,” Wirtz said. “Students will be exposed to a wide range of careers available to them and be able to create relationships and stay up to date with industry trends, and it’s an important resource when seeking employment.”
Mid-State’s Hospitality Management program also offers students the opportunity to earn the ManageFirst Professional Certification, also affiliated with the WH&LA. This management development program equips students with the key competencies they need to begin or advance their management careers in hospitality. Hospitality Management instructor Chef Paul Kennedy is also now in the process of attaining Certified Hospitality Educator status through the American Hotel & Lodging Association, affiliated with the WH&LA.
WH&LA is a nonprofit trade association, representing the interests of the 威斯康星州 lodging industry through education and advocacy.