Ryerson Hospitality Alumni Assoication

The Ryerson Hospitality Alumni Association (RHAA) strives to create strong relationships between past and current students of the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, through communication and mentoring.

The Alumni Association works for you by providing invaluable networking and learning opportunities that will help launch the career of students leaving school, or of seasoned alumni members looking to strengthen their connection with the University. Members of the RHAA are given the opportunity to learn from other’s experiences and to share their achievements and aspirations.

What's Happening

Spring Meet & Greet

The RHAA hosted an exceptional Spring Meet and Greet event on April 3rd in the Cara Commons at the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management. This event was a celebration of Executive Chef Paul Huang’s gold medal achievement. In the summer of 2013 Chef Paul Huang participated in the World Cantonese Cuisine Competition in Guangzhou, China and won Gold.Learn More

Golf Tournament

The RHAA hosted the 19th annual Golf Tournament on May 5th at the RedCrest Course at Cardinal Golf Club. 108 Golfers started off with a delicious buffet breakfast with time to warm up. With a shotgun start at 10 am they were all off for a great day of golf. Learn More

Alumni Weekends

In 2013 the keynote speaker for the annual Alumni Breakfast was Allen Vansen- Senior Vice-President of Operations for the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games Organizing Committee. Allen Vansen spoke to an audience of students, alumni, faculty, and industry partners. The event took place bright and early on October 4, 2013 at the Ted Rogers School of Management.Learn More

Fall Workshops

The Management Career Strategies class is a required course for fourth year students, where the goal is to make sure senior students have the necessary skills needed for life after graduation. There are two experiential learning workshops, Networking and Interviewing. Both workshops include a panel discussion on best practices followed by an experiential learning activity where students are given the chance to apply the concepts that have learned. Learn More