Rosen Shingle Creek and AIR: A Partnership in Education
The expansive conference space, beautiful sleeping rooms, a fantastic room rate, and other outstanding amenities all make for an accessible and enjoyable experience for 2018 AIR Forum conference attendees. But there’s a deeper link to education in the partnership between AIR and Rosen Shingle Creek.
Founder Harris Rosen has devoted his life and much of his wealth to advancing education.
Based on his donation of funds and acreage, Rosen and his team of architects developed the UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management. Opened in 2004, it is the largest hospitality program in the nation. During your stay at Rosen Shingle Creek, you will see some of the 3,500 students at the front desk, in banquets, or in various other areas of the hotel.
Another project close to Rosen’s heart is his support of low income students off all ages in the nearby Tangelo Park neighborhood, which includes free preschool for children ages two to four and college scholarships to high school graduates.
AIR is proud to partner with Harris Rosen and Rosen Shingle Creek in support of higher education.
Read more about Mr. Rosen’s extraordinary life and commitment to education here.