With the continued growth and demand in the sport, tourism, hospitality and event industries, Temple University's School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) recognizes the importance of creating strong, innovative and creative leaders of tomorrow. Our program combines a robust curriculum with real-life, hands-on experience to help students transition seamlessly from the classroom to the real world. Our programs host a wide variety of students from new undergraduates looking to break ground on an exciting career to seasoned industry veterans wanting to advance their careers.
When you partner with STHM, you possess the unique opportunity to shape the industry as a whole. By influencing students during their educational journey, you help them obtain the real-world skills that let them hit the ground running in the workforce — when they’re successful here, they’ll be success for you.
Your next star intern is just a click away. STHM students and alumni are sought after by highly respected companies in sport, tourism, hospitality and event management around the globe. Let STHM help you identify top talent who will produce unparalleled results for your organization. Get an inside look by getting to know our talented students as interns before they graduate.
If your company does not currently have an internship program, we can help you to craft one that meets your needs and gives you the inside track on top-performing students. The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) will facilitate internships and recruiting opportunities to connect you to top-performing talent.
Talk to us today to learn more about how our students can help your organization reach its goals through internships and industry hours.Get in Touch
STHM provides industry partners and businesses the ability to meet and network with students. We host a wide array of events including career days, on-campus visits, and other opportunities for you to find your next rising industry star and expand your network.
Each fall, STHM invites industry partners to campus to meet prospective interns, future employees, faculty and staff. This event makes it easy for partners to build an on-campus presence and grow a network with future industry leaders.
This annual spring seminar is designed for industry partners to meet and network with students graduating in May. This round-table event allows partners to meet with groups of students in 15-minute intervals to discuss industry topics and learn more about your leg of the industry.Learn More
Industry professionals can connect with young alumni and provide guidance and support to help post-graduates reach their goals through a one-on-one mentoring relationship.Become A Mentor
Industry leaders have the opportunity to share knowledge in the classroom and through the STHM Executive in Residence series. Learn how you can share your knowledge with our students.Learn More
Collaborating with STHM on class projects gives you a unique opportunity to influence the future of the industry and gain access to valuable information from our research. Your teams will work alongside our students helping them develop real-world skills making it easier to transition from the classroom to the workforce. You get the added benefits of our research and students helping you solve real-life industry challenges in your day-to-day without having to outsource or hire more employees.
Contact us now to see how you can benefit from participating in class projects.
Philadelphia International Airport has selected Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) to conduct the year-long “PHL passenger survey” consulting project. STHM’s U.S.-Asia Center for Tourism and Hospitality Research will spend a year evaluating, analyzing and reporting on passengers’ expectations and experiences of the airport onsite.
Temple University is proud to announce that the U.S.-Asia Center for Tourism & Hospitality Research at the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) has recently been designated a Knowledge Partner of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). This recognition sets the school apart as one of only 10 such partners worldwide—only 3 of which are academic centers, and STHM is the only one from the U.S.