Who Should Join?
H.A.K is for those students who are interested in the Korean culture and the hospitality management field. We welcome all students who:
* are passionate about hospitality-related fields
* want to obtain helpful information through seminars
* seek advice from industry professionals
* are looking to be involved in activities and events within the school
You do not have to be Korean or pursuing a particular major to become a member.
Regular meetings will be held throughout the semester to plan and prepare for various events, such as “Korean Talent Night” and “Hotel and Restaurant Tour.” Seminars will also be held during the semester inviting industry professionals/alumni and having chance to listen to their success stories.
Network & Work Experience Opportunities
Starting Fall 2011 semester, HAK will be promoting professional aspects within Hospitality industry and will hold many more events related to the field. We are currently working with KACCLV (Korean American Chamber of Commerce Las Vegas) to provide our members with business opportunities and work experiences, and possibly internship and job opportunities. In connection with KACCLV, KOTRA (Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency) may also be providing meeting and events related work experiences in the near future.
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