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Patrick Helliwell Winter 2017 Blog

by Patrick Helliwell, April 4, 2017
This scholarship has allowed me to focus on school, more than I could've without it. I'm working towards two concentrations since having received this scholarship. My two concentrations are hotel and lodging, and sustainability. This past quarter, I had a certifications, standards, and eco-labels class that includes training to become L.E.E.D. accredited.

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Beck Hughes Winter 2017 Blog

by Beck Hughes, March 26, 2017
This winter quarter was my last quarter on campus. I just completed the Capstone Project, and my title was Chief Marketing Officer. It was a great learning experience. Thanks to my team members and professors. The next step is to apply my knowledge and experience into the real world. I am completing my Senior Internship and online Leadership course in the spring quarter before I graduate in June of 2017.

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Tasmania Internship

by Sharon Harms, March 26, 2017
This week I am leaving my internship in Tasmania. Everything about Australia has made me the happiest I have ever been, from the people to the nature and everything in-between. I have learned so much from attending Blue Mountain International Hotel Management School in Syndey and working at Freycinet Lodge in Tasmania throughout this year, it is hard to put it in words. Receiving this scholarship has given me confidence in my ability in the hospitality industry.

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On The Front Lines

by Brandy Freberg, March 24, 2017
As most of you have heard, Kendall’s Knowledge Bowl team has taken its eighth consecutive win at the Regional ACF Knowledge Bowl; but what you may not have heard is how the hardship and the pure nerve of the four players as we battled tooth and nail to come out on top. Being the only female player on the team, I guess you can say I offer a more romanticized version of how the event transpired.

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Trang Nguyen Winter 2017 Blog

by Trang Nguyen, March 24, 2017
My second to last quarter here at Kendall has finally just passed. I felt so much relieved after getting done with my classes. This past quarter, I finished up a big obstacle course that every Bachelor student has to go through: Capstone. It has been a challenging yet exciting project. Along with other 4 team members, we created a make-believe Vietnamese-American restaurant. Challenging because we had to come together to work as a team despite our differences in backgrounds: me being a Culinary student, one was a Business student, and the other three were Hospitality students.

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