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Hospitality Alum Talks to Students About Careers


Scott SteinerScott Steiner, a 1998 graduate of Penn College’s food and hospitality management major, returned to campus Wednesday to talk to students about finding success in a career managing dining venues at major sports and entertainment arenas. Steiner worked for Levi Restaurants at PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, for five years, and, in 2006, helped the company manage dining services for the Super Bowl and the NBA and MLB all-star games.

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