Tina Ferro, chair of the hospitality and tourism management (HTM) program at St. Jospeh’s College, explains why the major has never mattered more.
Hospitality and Tourism Management
St. Joseph’s alumni share stories of meeting their SJC Sweethearts while attending the College — and the proposals that took place after.
SJC Long Island’s Gabriella Marino, recipient of the prestigious Gilman Scholarship, arrived in Italy to begin studying at Florence University of the Arts.
St. Joseph’s partnered with Hampton Bays High School to develop a program designed to provide training to students interested in hospitality and tourism.
SJC Brooklyn professors embodied the College’s pillar of intellectual values this summer as they attended — and presented at — professional conferences across the globe. Elizabeth Anslow Ph.D., associate chair…
A cohort of motivated high school students from across the city visited SJC Brooklyn last week to dip their toes in the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain during an event sponsored by…
SJC Brooklyn shares a strong partnership with NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue. Both have served middle- and working-class families in New York City for over a century.
St. Joseph’s College hosted “Trending Issues Facing the Hospitality Industry” with Long Island Hospitality Association Friday, Nov. 16.
Service is more than a calling for Christopher Malcaus —it has defined his SJC Brooklyn career.
SJC Long Island hospitality major Gabriella Marino served an internship at the 2018 United States Open Championship June 11 to 17.