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May 2014 graduation ceremony – a most anticipated event!

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Graduation is always one of the most anticipated events for students. At Crown Institute, our May 2014 graduation was no exception.
 
Graduates and their guests gathered at the exclusive Kingston Room at Rydges Auckland Hotel for an afternoon of inspiration and celebration.
 
We were privileged to have Emmily Campbell from Smaller Earth as our guest speaker. Emmily trained in the Hospitality industry and travelled the world gaining amazing work experience. Her journey and determination inspired students and reminded them to set goals and always give their best.
 
We would like to thank Taste New Zealand and Rydges Auckland Hotel for sponsoring the fantastic prizes for the top students.
 
OVERALL TOP STUDENT – John Macpherson – Travel
NIGHT FOR TWO + BREAKFAST AT RYDGES AUCKLAND HOTEL
 
MERIT DIPLOMA STUDENT – Hoki Edmonds – Tourism Management
WESTFIELD VOUCHER
 
MERIT CERTIFICATE STUDENT – Laura Wooton – Food & Beverage
MASTERCLASS VOUCHER FROM TASTE NEW ZEALAND
 
 While our graduates are a diverse group who each offer their own unique combination of skills, attributes, achievements and work experience; they share the achievement of gaining a qualification from Crown!  We are looking forward to tracking these graduates career successes in the future.  
 
If you want to be work-ready before you graduate, enrol in a course at Crown for 2014!  With Travel and Tourism, Hospitality and Business courses starting soon, your employment options are endless! Phone 0800 357 316 or email info@crown.ac.nz. If you are ready to enrol then please click HERE to complete an enrolment form.

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