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The Art of Presenting to Win-For Commerce Students

Join us for this highly interactive workshop aimed at honing your presentation skills and bringing your success in case competitions to the next level. What you can expect to learn from this workshop:

Networking Prep Event-For Commerce Students

Not sure where to start with networking?  Learn the do's and don'ts and have the opportunity to practice your skills.  Free snacks!   **This event for Commerce Students only. Space is limited. Registration is required to attend via ExperienceGuelph.

HFTM Job Expo

Looking for a summer, part-time or full-time position? Don't miss HFTM's Annual Job Expo!The School of Hospitality, Food & Tourism Management is hosting the 2019 Job Expo. The HFTM Job Expo connects hundreds of students to over 25 organizations annually. The Expo is intended for organizations offering full-time, part-time and/or summer employment to HFTM students at the University of Guelph. Notes & Suggestions:

Commerce Careers Open House

You are invited to attend the Commerce Careers Open House, an event for students with an interest in pursuing careers in business. Are you seeking a summer job or other career opportunities? Then this Open House is for you! Students from all disciplines and across all semester levels are welcome to network with over 100 employers from the business sector!  Why attend the Commerce Careers Open House:

Commerce Coaching & Connections

Space is limited. Join us for a reception at the Steelcase WorkLife Centre in Toronto for an evening of networking with students and alumni.

Excel Workshop with The Marquee Group For Commerce students

This hands-on course is an intensive program that will transform participants into Excel "Power Users". The course is focused on the pertinent Excel tools that are required in a business environment to efficiently analyze and manipulate data and to create compelling financial analyses. Topics Include

Feminist Academics in Management & Economics

In response to conversations with colleagues over the past year, as well as research documenting the challenges faced by female academics in higher education, CBE faculty will be hosting a casual get together for all those interested in this dialogue. Wednesday, February 13th PJs, 4:30pm-6:30pm, Please drop in. If you have any questions, please contact Statia Elliot

Beer Seminar: The Lager Beer Tradition (application deadline)

In this fun interactive class we talk about the basics of pairing beer to food.  Learn the three C’s, (Cut, Compliment, and Contrast), as well as matching intensities.   Classic pairings will be discussed, both for their tried and true qualities and for their pitfalls.  Beer and cheese will blow your mind, and beer with dessert will open up a new world of combinations.  We then discuss how to pull off these concepts yourself while pairing, perfect for your next dinner party or night out at your favourite beer bar. The seminar is on Monday, March 25 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Hospitality Leadership Certificate

Learn from North America's leaders in hospitality executive training – without interrupting your career. Hospitality leadership involves you in every aspect of your business’ many moving parts. From the front of the house to the back, you need a firm grasp on finance, marketing, and managing employees. Manage a successful, world-class operation with a foundation in essential industry best practices with skills and a certificate from University of Guelph and Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration program.

HAFA/HFTM's 50th Anniversary Celebrations

Help us Celebrate 50 Years of Excellence The University of Guelph's HAFA/HFTM has developed incredible leaders in the hospitality, food and tourism industry over the past 50 years. Help us celebrate our collective accomplishments and look to the future of U of G's School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management. We hope you can join us. For more information - and to save the date on Facebook - please visit the Event's Page.

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