Welcome to the Nightlife Hospitality Club's Orgsync Website
President: Mauricio Quispe
Vice President: Zach Rosenberg
Treasurer: Gianna Duda
The Nightlife Hospitality Club (NLHC) is an academic club in Cornell's School of Hotel Administration. NLHC's mission is to cultivate an understanding of the nightlife industry and the relevance of nightclubs, bars, and casinos as important revenue streams for hospitality companies. NLHC's educational general body meetings broaden club members' knowledge of nightlife hospitality, which includes the operational, design, ownership, and managerial aspects of premium nightclubs, casinos, and bars. The NLHC serves as a conduit between executives in the industry and students. The club sponsors charity events, hosts guest speakers, and organizes nightlife venue tours. In addition, the NLHC provides students with the tools and background necessary to pursue leadership roles in the industry of nightlife hospitality.
One of the utmost accomplishments of the NLHC, has been creating a conduit between leaders of the industry and the students and faculty of Cornell.
The club has sponsored guest speakers to enrich the learning process of its members and the Cornell community. These guest speakers include Andrew Goldberg (Partner and Director of Marketing for Strategic Hospitality/TAO Group), Mark Birnbaum (Co-Founder of EMM Group), and Scott Gerber (Principal and CEO of Gerber Group). The Nightlife Hospitality Club has pioneered a new path to learning about a segment of the hospitality industry which has become a significant stream of revenue for many leading hospitality companies in the past several years and potential future.
To educate club members regarding the operations, developments, and structures of the nightlife industry through specific themed educational presentations in general body meetings.
Other goals of the club are as follows:
To expose club members to internship opportunities in the nightlife industry through the use of Cornell’s alumni network and through interactions with leaders from the industry.
To give back to the community through planned charity events. These events will be thought out in the general body meetings and will provide the Cornell community with a unique experience while raising money for an agreed upon charity.
To build relationships among club members with similar interests through social media group integration, which will provide a forum for open discussion outside of the general body meetings.
College - Hotel
By completing this form, you are confirming that the majority of the members of this organization will be undergraduate students. If this is not accurate, please STOP NOW, and refer to the Student Organization Registration Page.
Please use an email address that prospective members can email for more information.
Organized for the purpose of furthering and promoting their interest in a particular sport or athletic activity. The club may be recreational, instructional, or competitive in nature.
On campus address. Use advisor's office, if necessary.
180 Statler Hall
Check all that apply; SAFC or GPSAFC should not both be checked
- CU Department
Briefly describe the purpose of your organization.
The Nightlife Hospitality Club explores segments of the hospitality industry which have not in the past been introduced to the hotel school. Within one year, the NLHC has broaden club member’s knowledge of that area, which includes the operational and managerial aspects of premium nightclubs, casinos, and bars. One of the utmost accomplishments of the NLHC, has been creating a conduit between leaders of the industry and the students and faculty of Cornell.
The club has sponsored guest speakers to enrich the learning process of its members and the Cornell community. These guest speakers include Bill Walshe (CEO of Viceroy Hotels), Andrew Goldberg (Partner and Director of Marketing for Strategic Hospitality/TAO Group), Sean Christie (Executive Vice President of Business Development at Wynn Resorts), and Scott Gerber (Principal and CEO of Gerber Group). The Nightlife Hospitality Club has pioneered a new path to learning about a segment of the hospitality industry which has become a significant stream of revenue for many leading hospitality companies in the past several years and potential future.
Please include day(s), time(s), and location(s) of your meetings.
The Nightlife Hospitality Club general body meetings shall be held monthly. The time of future meetings shall be determined by the officers of the club. The duration of a meeting will be determined on the educational lesson taught that day. The location of the general body meetings will be determined by the availability of room locations for that day, but will be more determinate on the number of club members during that time period. Once determined by the officers, the time and location will be sent to each member via social media and email.
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process. For example, indicate whether potential members must try out for a sport club, or audition to be part of a musical group, etc.
Membership in the Nightlife Hospitality Club is open to all persons without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual preference, age, marital status, citizenship or handicap. Membership in the Nightlife Hospitality Club is voluntary thus members may leave the Nightlife Hospitality Club at any time.
(Undergraduate member count below is based on the current Nightlife Hospitality Club Facebook likes) (This is an open club, anyone can attend the NLHC events to their own free will)
If your organization has more than one president/chairperson (or co-presidents), please list the additional officer(s) under the third or fourth officer below.
Because this is a university organization, the advisor acknowledges that it is part of their responsibilities to advise this organization. If this is not the case, the organization should be listed as an independent organization.