NSMH will be nationally recognized as the premier professional organization for developing exceptional minority student talent and leadership.
As the UNT Chapter, we want to promote growth in the industry and our members success. Members do not have to be minorities to enjoy the benefits of this club, only do they need to be in hospitality to hold an officer or chair position, and vote in meetings.
If you are interested please email any of our officers and we will be happy to answer any questions you have, and make sure you are aware of our upcoming event.
Our General Meetings for Spring 2016 will be Monday 3/7 and 4/11 in BLB 065 at promptly 6:00 pm, followed by a makeup meeting on Tuesday, 3/8 and 4/12 in Env. 190 at promptly 4:00 pm.
We can't wait to get this semester started!
The National Society of Minorities in Hospitality was founded in 1989 at Cornell University with the purpose of ensuring minority success in the hospitality industry. At the University of North Texas Chapter, we work to encourage academic success, to empower our members to be successful in the industry through professional development, and to ensure that our members have networking opportunities with hospitality professionals who offer valuable work experience, internships, and job shadowing.
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To help develop passionate leaders in the hospitality industry by encouraging academic success, ensuring networking opportunities with hospitality professionals, and offering empowerment through professional development
If your organization is affiliated with a local, regional, state, national or international organization, please provide the name and the address of the headquarters.
N.S.M.H. Headquarters Chesterfield VA,
This is the total number of ACTIVE members (all of which should be UNT students) who participate in activities of the organization. This is NOT the number of students who signed up on an interest list, nor the number of students the organization "governs" (if the organization is a governing body over groups of students or other organizations).
As listed in the organization's constitution (e.g., dues, attendance, GPA). If none, write "None."
Must pay $45 Membership Dues. These dues include $25 National dues which allow students access to multiple resources through the NSMH website including scholarships and job postings as well as $20 UNT Chapter dues that funds a chapter t-shirt, meeting snacks, and chapter outings.
It is recommended that members also attend 1 monthly meeting and participate in social, community service, fundraising, and professional development activities.
This is a full-time UNT employee, either faculty or staff. Do NOT precede or succeed their name with a title or license, such as "Dr." or "Ph.D."
This is a UNT address, typically firstname.lastname@example.org. Entering a misspelled or incorrect email address will cause the profile submission to be denied and delay the organization's registration.
In order for this profile submissoin to be approved, it must be reviewed by the primary advisor. Please notify your advisor to be on the lookout for a review request email from OrgSync. Once reviewed by the advisor, the profile will be submitted to Student Activities for review.
Full Name on record with UNT.