Hospitality Management

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300 Jay Street
Namm Hall 220 (N-220)
Brooklyn, NY 11201


Phone: 718-260-5630

Student Resources

The Anna Nurse Culinary Workshop Series

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Faculty Advisor - Susan Lifrieri-Lowry, Email -

Each semester, students participate in a series of culinary demonstrations. Current industry professionals, many of whom are alumni, share their expertise and explore trends.

The American Culinary Federation (ACF), Big Apple Junior Chapter

Faculty Advisor - Robert Walljasper, Email -

Students may become members of this nationally recognized chefs’ organization. Qualified students guided by ACF-member faculty participate in culinary competitions on the local and state levels. Students have the opportunity to participate in community service events and holiday meal preparation for community-based organizations.

Aspiring Hotel Leaders Club

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Faculty Advisor - Ellen Kim, Email -

Students explore different types of lodging establishments and connect with industry professionals through formal and informal networking events.

Hospitality Speaker Series

Faculty Advisor - Karen Godlad, Email - karen.goodlad53

Student members lead discussions with hospitality professionals.

Thomas Ahrens International Work/Study Programs

The department offers two popular international programs; students in both degree programs are encouraged to apply. Participating students must have valid passports and, in some cases, visas.

  • Study Program
    Eligible students apply to participate in a comprehensive living and learning experience in Paris, France emphasizing the integration of skill development, cultural awareness, and personal growth. The curriculum covers a diverse range of topics related to French culture, tourism, beverage, pastry arts, and culinary arts. All students are enrolled in two six-credit elective courses.
  • Externship Program
    Eligible students apply to stagiaire in select kitchens throughout France. The program fosters the growth of City Tech's Hospitality Management students as they develop advanced pastry and/or culinary techniques, explore regional ingredients, and enhance their interpersonal communication skills. Students have the option to enroll in a three-credit internship course.

For more information contact Prof. Rosa Abreu, and Lina Romasanta,

Eligible students apply to participate for the Walt Disney World College Program in Orlando, Florida directly with the Walt Disney Company. Through a balanced learning, living and earning environment, supported by online coursework, selected students can enroll in 12 credits in the Hospitality Management Department. During the semester long internship, students develop a range of competencies including communication, critical thinking, professionalism, and career development as they expand their network and knowledge of the hospitality industry.

For more information contact Karen Goodlad —