Troon®, the leader in golf course management, development, and marketing, and Florida State University’s Dedman School of Hospitality announce a unique partnership aimed at growing and developing future leaders in the global club management and hospitality industries. The partnership, which will begin this fall semester, will focus on four key components, including:
“We’re seeing tremendous global growth in the club and hospitality industry and are always seeking talented, well-qualified individuals to work at the facilities we manage,” said John Easterbrook, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Troon. “This is an exciting partnership with Florida State University and one that will benefit all involved – students, faculty, Troon-managed facilities and our guests.”
Since 1947, the Dedman School of Hospitality has prepared hospitality management graduates to meet the demand for industry executives and boasts a near 100 percent placement rate.
The Dedman School of Hospitality is a favoured hiring source for managers of the world’s leading hotels, restaurants, clubs and resorts. School administrators and faculty members work with top industry organizations, executives and alumni to provide students with a relevant curriculum, valuable internship experiences and networking/mentorship opportunities.
The Global Club Management major is the only program of its kind in the world, providing students with a combination of meaningful industry experiences and an academically rigorous curriculum. Graduates are prepared to fill the growing global demand for multicultural awareness in hospitality managers and experience high industry placement rates.
Florida State University Global Club Management dsh.fsu.edu/globalclub
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