Hospitality Management Students Awarded Scholarships

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Delaware Tech hospitality management students Kaitlyn Arnold and Eunice Kennedy, who are both enrolled on the Terry Campus in Dover, were among six individuals recently awarded scholarships during the Delaware Hotel and Lodging Association’s annual STARS of the Industry dinner.

Scholarship recipients were selected by winning an essay competition on a current industry topic. The association noted that a record number of essays were submitted this year.

For their winning work in the essay competition, Arnold received $2,500 from the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau and Kennedy received the $2,000 Delaware Express Scholarship Award.

The Delaware Tech hospitality management associate degree program is offered on campuses across the state and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). For information on the Terry Campus program, individuals are asked to please contact Delora McQueen at dmcquee1@dtcc.edu or (302) 857-1775.

Delaware Tech student Kaitlyn Arnold (second from left) stands with Paul Rada (left), Chair of the Delaware Hotel and Lodging Association, and Sarah Willoughby (right), Executive Director of the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau, after receiving a scholarship from the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau. Also pictured is fellow scholarship recipient Alyson Basso. The awards were presented during the association’s annual STARS of the Industry dinner.

 

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