Suc­cess Col­lege

Re­becca knows all the tips for where to send you

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See­ing the world is all that Re­becca May has wanted to do. And the Travel and Tourism Man­age­ment pro­gram at Suc­cess Col­lege gave her ex­actly that. The pro­gram gave her the op­por­tu­nity to travel, to see how the world around her works and to also hear things from the other side of the in­dus­try.

“I love find­ing peo­ple that per­fect va­ca­tion spot for them, and it’s great to hear about their ex­pe­ri­ence upon their re­turn,” Re­becca says about lis­ten­ing to the sto­ries of fel­low trav­ellers who have gone away and come back. Re­becca hears what her clients need to make it their best va­ca­tion, by fa­mil­iar­iz­ing her­self with tourist at­trac­tions, lo­cal weather and other must-see items for that spot.

But work­ing in the travel and va­ca­tion in­dus­try is more than fly­ing off and lis­ten­ing to glam­orous sto­ries. Suc­cess Col­lege taught Re­becca that find­ing a des­ti­na­tion is a well­crafted art, filled with op­er­at­ing sys­tems and other equa­tions.

“The train­ing was help­ful, and I en­joyed learn­ing about the dif­fer­ent at­trac­tions and cus­toms in each coun­try,” She says.

Suc­cess Col­legee’s Travel and Tourism pro­gram filled Re­becca in on the en­tire travel lingo, and the codes of coun­tries and air­ports, which she uses ev­ery day at her job at Trip Cen­tral. Now, she gets to ex­pe­ri­ence what its like from an agent’s point of view in­stead of a trav­eller’s.

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