The 2021 Women in Tourism and Hospitality (W.I.T.H.) National Conference - Celebrating and Empowering Our Collective Voice! - will help you acquire the strategies you need to take your career to the next level, grow your business, and build a culture of inclusion and diversity for women in tourism and hospitality.
With SDSU Global Campus, you can earn units for attending the conference, which can help you boost your résumé, gain credibility with your clients, and move your career forward.
September 23-24, 2021
Thursday, Sept. 23 - Welcome Reception (5:30-7:30 pm PT)
Friday, Sept. 24 - All Day Conference (8 am-5:30 pm PT)
Four Points by Sheraton San Diego
8110 Aero Drive
San Diego, CA 92123
Learn, network, connect, and grow alongside fellow hospitality professionals at the 2021 Women in Tourism and Hospitality Conference! Through a series of educational workshops, along with presentations led by a panel of industry-leading keynote speakers, you’ll learn how women across hospitality and tourism are rising to meet the challenges of an industry in flux.
This conference is the next step towards W.I.T.H.’s ultimate vision of a beautiful world where women collaborate with each other, companies, educational institutions, governments, corporations, and non-governmental organizations to strengthen diversity and inclusion, and financial capacity.
To register for the conference, please visit the San Diego Women in Tourism & Hospitality website at www.sdwithit.com.
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W.I.T.H. Needs Volunteers!
Want to help make the 2021 W.I.T.H. Conference possible? We need volunteers who can serve in the following capacities:
- Floor monitors/floaters
- Silent auction
- VIP assistants
- Set up/break down
Additionally, we prefer our volunteers have the following skill sets:
- Social media
- Customer service
Volunteer perks include:
- W.I.T.H. t-shirt
- All conference meals
- Valuable work experience
- Opportunity to network
- Certificate of appreciation
If you’re interested, we need volunteers for the following dates and times:
Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021: 3 – 8 p.m. | Welcome Reception
Friday, Sept. 24, 2021: 6:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. (3-4 hr. shifts)
Dress Code: Comfortable business-appropriate shoes. If you’re provided with a t-shirt, please wear black dress slacks. No jeans or tennis shoes of any kind!
Founded by award-winning trailblazer and meeting professional Clara Carter in 2015, the Women in Tourism and Hospitality Program is the premier program recognizing the contributions of women professionals at all stages of their careers and significantly impacting the changing landscape of tourism and hospitality in the San Diego metro-area.
Through education, leadership strategies, mentorship and networking opportunities in a forward-thinking environment, W.I.T.H. works to support, empower, and strengthen diversity and inclusion for women in the hospitality industry.
As Clara says, “The future belongs to those who dream and work. Let’s Get W.I.T.H. it and help strengthen the tourism and hospitality industry together.“
Earn Credits With SDSU Global Campus
By registering with SDSU Global Campus, you can earn credit for attending the 2021 Women in Tourism and Hospitality (W.I.T.H.) National Conference!
This program has been approved for 1.7 continuing education units (CEU) (10 hours = 1 CEU).
What's a Continuing Education Unit?
Earning a CEU from SDSU Global Campus can help you gain credibility, boost your résumé, continue your professional development, and move your career forward by participating in career development opportunities.
The primary purpose of a CEU is to provide a permanent record of your educational accomplishments by participating in a non-credit educational program. You can use this record to give employers, professional associations, or societies a uniform measure of your completion of a short-term educational program.
Please note that CEUs are not academic units and will not appear on an SDSU transcript. This means that you can’t apply CEUs to degree work at institutions of higher education.
How Can I Earn CEUs?
CEU fees are not included in the W.I.T.H. conference fee. In order to receive your SDSU Global Campus CEU certificate, you’ll need to submit conference attendance sheets to the conference coordinator. After you complete the conference, you’ll register with SDSU Global Campus based on your overall attendance.
While earning CEUs can help many professionals move their career forward, we strongly encourage you to discuss CEUs with your employer/professional association before registering with SDSU Global Campus.
Want to Learn More?
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The Women in Tourism and Hospitality (W.I.T.H.) Conference has been approved for 1.7 continuing education units (CEU) (10 hours = 1 CEU). The primary purpose of the CEU is to provide a permanent record of your educational accomplishments after you’ve completed a non-credit educational program. This record can be used to give employers, professional associations, and societies a uniform measure of short-term educational programs completed by an individual. CEUs are not academic units and do not appear on an SDSU transcript. CEUs cannot be applied to degree work at institutions of higher education. CEU fees are in addition to the W.I.T.H. Conference attendance fee. In order to receive your CEU certificate, you’ll need to submit conference attendance sheets to the conference coordinator.
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