Monthly Archives: August 2014

TRAVEL, NETWORKING AND NEW HOSPITALITY ORGANIZATIONS

TRAVEL, NETWORKING AND NEW HOSPITALITY ORGANIZATIONS

For those in a hospitality career, attending the World Education Congress (WEC), the global conference for the Meeting Professionals International (MPI) association, is worth getting excited about. As one of the most respected planning and event associations, with 70 chapters worldwide, MPI provides innovative and relevant education, networking opportunities and business exchanges. To attend the

COLLIN COLLEGE HONORS ITS OWN

At All College Day in August, Collin College recognized the winners and finalists of the full- and part-time Recognition Of Service and Excellence (ROSE) awards. Cougar News is featuring the ROSE award finalists. Budget analyst Ann Thompson received the full-time ROSE Award and Central Park Campus Writing Center director Betty Correll received the part-time ROSE

RESUMES: BASIC INGREDIENTS AND COMMON PITFALLS (PART TWO)

By Elaine Stewart, coordinator of job development Last month, Elaine Stewart, coordinator of job development, offered resume writing guidelines in part I of a two-part series focusing on tips and pitfalls when composing a resume. This month, Cougar News continues part II of Stewart’s series. Visit here for a part I refresher. Check your resume

THE DIGNITY INITIATIVE WORKS TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

According to the World Health Organization, one in three women will experience physical or sexual violence in her lifetime. Envisioning a future where women are valued and treated with respect in cultures around the world, Collin College is launching The Dignity Initiative this September. The Dignity Initiative is a multi-year effort to educate the campus and

DIVERSITY, DIVERSITY, DIVERSITY: AN INDIVIDUAL ART SHOW REVIEW

Above: In for It by Jennifer Williams Review By Alexa Acosta, Collin College alumna Diversity, diversity and more diversity! The Collin College Individual Student Art Show, held June 12- July 2 at the Spring Creek Campus, featured many talented and diverse students who demonstrated a true understanding of visual arts. The exhibit had a large

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