Jeremy Clement, MBA, PMP

Senior Instructor and Internship Coordinator

Address: 332 Beatty Center
Office Hours: Mon/Wed 11:00AM - 1:00PM; TH 1:00PM - 3:00PM; by appointment (Always call, email, or text 1st!)
Phone: (843) 953-5455
Curriculum Vitae: Download

Jeremy Clement is an Instructor & Internship Coordinator at the College of Charleston School of Business, in the Department of Hospitality & Tourism Management. He joined the department in 2014, and in 2017, he was named Director of the Schottland Scholars Program, a leadership development program for exceptional business school students.  Mr. Clement earned his B.S. from the College of Charleston School of Business and his MBA from The Citadel Graduate College.  He has years’ of industry experience in hotel and restaurant operations, finance, and strategic planning. 

Mr. Clements’ focus for the department is on internship advising, industry relations, and career placement. Additionally, he teaches courses in event and project management; and his research interests are in career and workforce development, organizational best practices, and workplace development.  Mr. Clement serves as Co-Director of the Adventure Tourism spring break travel program as well as the Destination Iceland Maymester travel programMr. Clement is a travel enthusiast and has helped the department establish a study abroad partnership in Dublin, Ireland.  Recent developments in his event practicum curriculum include the development and production of a ‘flipped’ Hospitality Career Fair and leading students in volunteering at the Cork Midsummer Festival in Cork, Ireland.


Project Management Institute
Project Management Professional, 2013 

The Citadel Graduate College - Charleston, SC
MBA, 2010

The College of Charleston - Charleston, SC
B.S., Business Administration (Concentration: Hospitality and Tourism), 2001 

Research Interests

  • Experiential Education
  • Employee Behavior/Satisfaction
  • Consumer Psychology/Loyalty
  • DMO Planning and Performance Evaluation
  • Project Management
  • Event/Venue Management/Planning
  • TQM and Continuous Process Improvement

Courses Taught

  • Service Operations Management
  • Hospitality and Tourism Technology
  • Project Management in Event Planning
  • Event Management 


  • Smith, W. and Clement, J., and Pitts, R.E. (2017). Oh the places they'll go. Examining the Early Career Path of Hospitality Alumni.  Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism, Vol. 0 (0) 2017, 1-14.
  • Smith, W. and Clement, J. (2016). Where Do They Go? Examining the Early Career Path of Hospitality Alumni, to be presented at International Society of Travel & Tourism Educators, Hangzhou, China, October, 2016.
  • Woodside, A.G., Xia, X., Crotts, J.C., Clement, J.C. (2016). Best and Worst Practices in Management Performance Audits: Constructing and Testing an Algorithmic Model, Making Tough Decisions Well and Badly: Framing, Deciding, Implementing, Assessing. Advances in Business Marketing and Purchasing, Volume 24, pp.19 – 51.
  • Clement, J. (2013). A Case Study in Disruptive Technology Innovation and Tourism: City Corridor and Charles.  Journal of Tourism, XIV (1), 63-77.