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These internships, which are highly valued by our industry partners, provide an opportunity for you to gain practical experience in a variety of hospitality industry segments. This experience is designed to apply classroom concepts to real-world operational scenario to prepare you for a career in hospitality. Undergraduate majors are required to successfully complete two internships as a part of the program.
Based on feedback from our industry partners across a variety of hospitality industry segments, one Hospitality Leadership milestone is required and designed to enhance your knowledge, skills and abilities in business etiquette. Hospitality Leadership majors must complete the milestone in order to graduate.
Explore scholarships offered through the School of Hospitality Leadership. These scholarships will provide you with the opportunity to continue your studies at DePaul through financial assistance.
Student organizations are an excellent networking and career tool. Learn more about student hospitality organizations and how to get involved.
We offer you the opportunity to serve as an ambassador for the school while engaging with potential and current students, alumni, hospitality industry professionals and a plethora of other opportunities for engagement.
From Paris and Switzerland to Singapore, the school's student abroad programs offer you an opportunity to explore the global landscape of hospitality. Study abroad programs are offered to both graduate and undergraduate students.
The Driehaus College of Business oversees the Undergraduate Programs Office and Advising Center that serves all majors within the college. For student academic advising, visit them in Suite 5200 in the DePaul Center (1 East Jackson Blvd.).
For information specific to School of Hospitality Leadership program requirements, contact Shelley Gibbons at the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Center for Student Development and Engagement located at DePaul's Loop Campus (14 East Jackson Blvd. Suite 340).
It is strongly recommended that School of Hospitality Leadership students contact Shelley Gibbons and their academic advisor at least once each academic year:
Shelley GibbonsAssistant Director for Student Development(312) firstname.lastname@example.org