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Hospitality Students Get Introduction to Fairmont Hotels

Many Great Opportunties Await Students in Booming Industry

 

As students in the Selkirk College Resort & Hotel Management (RHOT), Hospitality and Professional Cooking programs dove into their second month of studies, a visit by the head of Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise helped provide additional incentive to make good use of their time learning about the industry.

Nestled in one of the most iconic locations in Canada, the Chateau Lake Louise has left visitors in awe of the soaring mountain peaks that surround the resort, majestic Victoria Glacier and the breathtaking emerald lake for more than a century. Currently enjoying one of its busiest years in recent history, the resort’s Director of Operations David MacGillivary stopped by Nelson’s Tenth Street Campus earlier this month to chat with first and second year students.

Chateau Lake Louise presentation

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise’s Director of Operations David MacGillivary poses with the Selkirk College hospitality program students that came out to a special presentation at the Tenth Street Campus in Nelson last week.

“We need to actively get into the colleges to let them know we are a great company and there are great opportunities for these students to grow their career,” MacGillivary said after his presentation. “We’re an international company, so that provides a great opportunity for young graduates to step into our company and explore the many avenues available.”

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