• Cornell University

    Cornell University

    EHS has been happy to host several hundred Cornell students and The Statler Hotel is always a wonderful host when we visit Cornell!

    The Statler Hotel is the showcase for Cornell’s world-renowned School of Hotel Administration, and, as a “Teaching Hotel,” it also integrates several courses into hotel operations and provides career-related job experience for students:


    Here are photos from some of our other favorite stops on campus…

    Cornell Dairy Bar, where we always stop for a tasty treat!


    The new Milstein building, home of Cornell’s Architecture Art Planning (AAP):


    And finally, the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts (a huge thank you to Bruce Levitt for the tour of this beautiful facility!):


    As you can see, we certainly made the most out of our visit! Thanks so much to all of the welcoming staffers for making our trip such a memorable one.

  • High Point University

    High Point University

     While we were in charming North Carolina, we also paid our very first visit to the beautiful High Point University campus. We’ve had three HPU students staying with us this summer, all interning for media companies.

    Here are some photos from our visit, and some of the terrific information we learned!


    Media Fellows Program

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    Each year 16 incoming communication majors are granted membership into High Point University’s Media Fellows Program through the Nido R. Qubein School of Communication. Media Fellows live in a living-learning community their freshman year and have options to travel abroad. During their college career, Media Fellows also participate in summer internships at national media companies, participate in seminars related to their major and produce a Capstone project their senior year.


    Wanek Center

    Wanek Center High Point

    From the cinema on the first floor to the upscale restaurant on the fifth floor, to the two-story state-of-the-art “gaming and restaurant” concept and much more, students enjoy multiple environments for fellowship all in one central location.



    Slane Student Center


    At 90,000 square feet, Slane Student Center is the definitive center of activity for HPU students. The university’s 450-seat cafeteria, campus post office, bookstore, meeting rooms and recreation areas, including a basketball court, aerobics room, cardiovascular center, fully equipped weight room and indoor running track, are located here. Outside, Slane is a popular gathering place for students with a tiered dining terrace, basketball courts, the Maynard Swimming Pool and 18-person Jacuzzi.

    As you can see, we had a great time exploring HPU’s vast campus. We are excited to have HPU students staying with us this summer, and hope to continue to welcome them again next summer!

  • Queens University of Charlotte

    Queens University of Charlotte

    This was our first visit to Queens University, nestled in a historic tree-filled neighborhood in Charlotte, NC.

    Queens University

    The office of Internship & Career Programs is located in a charming building with an real live porch swing!

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    In 1996, the Internship and Career Development Program began requiring a minimum of six credit hours for all students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

    Today it boasts 100 percent participation from the university’s student body. 

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    We had a great time and look forward to visiting another time soon!

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