Club Paper - HM212
It was a real pleasure to be a part of the first Hart School Big Event and do voluntary community service at Camp Still Meadows. I were assigned to clear the stable and see horses there. Since the community service is not so popular in China, I really gained a meaningful new experience in my life.
The most important thing I learned from this event is volunteer service spirit. Nowadays, everyone who live in the modern society is so busy and independent that we always lament the coldness of the modern society. But some of us are still willing to help others and improve society without expecting reward, fame, benefit or privilege. As the old saying goes, “There is more happiness in giving than in receiving.” There is no doubt that volunteering community makes a contribution to our society and the people who are in need. Our personal efforts are limited, but we can make great contributions to our community.
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I always believe that the true value of our life is not in what we have, but in what we give. I would like very much to join the Hart School Big Event next time and serve the community.
There is a career fair held by PCMA of the Hart School in Godwin this Saturday. As a sopheremore hospitality student, I attended this event and really learned a lot from it.
The first stall attatcted me is the Boonsboro Country Club located at Lynchburg. After a brief self- introduction to Mr. Barden who is the general manager, I knew that the hisotry of Boonsboro Country Club can be tracked back to 1796. As one of the best country club in the centerl Virginal, they offer dining, banquets, meetings, golf and a great number of recreation. And the internship oppotunities they offered this summer is food and beverge operation staff. What impressed me the most were the membership classification of the club. There are 9 kinds of membership divides by ages, marital status and reacreations preferences. Personalization is the trend in hospitality indutry. All mumbers with different situtation and preference will be fully statidfied.
Another stall I stayed for long time is the Bohemian Club located in San Francisco. Also with a long history, the Bohemian Club was founded in 1872, and has membership which is comprised of over 2500 individuals from all over the world. The HR repeatedly mentioned that it is not a easy summer job. What they were looking for are “utility players” who willing to jump in whereve needed. Basiclly all interns will assist with the management of the food and beverage from 530am till the midnight. However, all efforts would be paid off. The Bohemian Club will offer you much more than a nice resume experience and good salary, but also many opportunity to visit wineries and meet new people. I have reliaze that hospotality management is never a easy job. We need to work 365 days a year and 24 hours and we tent to work longer hours than people in other industries. This may be the reason why passion is one of the most important qualities for a hospitality student. When we align professional service and real passion, we can start from a place where we set ourselves up for success.