Cornell University Joins DECA’s National Advisory Board

DECA is pleased to announce that Cornell University has joined DECA’s National Advisory Board.

As a joint partnership between Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations and Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, DECA members are set for success in any career path they choose to study at Cornell University.

The School of Industrial and Labor Relations provides students with a unique, interdisciplinary curriculum that will prepare DECA members for careers in business, law, politics, public service and many other fields. DECA members who enroll will graduate prepared to handle a broad range of issues critical to every organization, such as leadership, negotiations and policies affecting work and workers.

Students interested in more information about Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations or admissions should click here.

Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration was the world’s first undergraduate management degree program for the hospitality industry. As the only school of hospitality leadership in the Ivy League, and the only hospitality school in the world to earn AACSB independent accreditation, Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration is consistently ranked as one of the top hospitality programs in the nation.  Students supplement their classroom learning by receiving career-related job experience in Cornell’s “Teach Hotel”, The Statler Hotel.

DECA members looking for more information about Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration or to apply should click here.

DECA is proud to have Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations and Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration on our NAB and welcomes them to the DECA community!

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