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At The Travel Academy, we make your dream a reality in as little as four weeks. From the many jobs available for our flight attendant school, cruise line school, and travel agent training graduates to our unlimited advancement opportunities - the sky is the limit – literally! Our on-site Placement Department works with you until you are hired. Many students are placed before they graduate. Students receive lifetime placement assistance and access to our private job posting database. Our flight attendant school, cruise line school, and travel agent training graduates start their new and exciting careers with travel agencies, airlines, tour companies, cruise lines, resorts, and more. Some of our graduates have even started their own travel agencies and home businesses!

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Flight Attendants Getting Hired

Today students from The Travel Academy had the good fortune to interview with representatives from GoJet Airlines (United/Delta Airlines carrier). It is at these recruiting and interview sessions that students can really demonstrate what they have learned with their flight attendant training at this school.

The day opened with the reps giving a general company overview and explaining what life as a flight attendant is really like with their airline. The reps know that a lot of students are wondering how to become a flight attendant, and these informational sessions really hone in on the specific skills needed in... Read More!

Published: Tue, 29 Jul 2014 20:03:58

Flight Attendant Mock Interview Training

Today the 120-hour students had the chance to show what they have learned in the past couple weeks at The Travel Academy’s mock open house/interview session.

The mock open house/interview session is set up to be as realistic as possible. Students must arrive early at their interviews and wait in the reception area. They cannot chat with one another. The teachers Miss Peggy, Miss Cindy, and Miss TJ are now no longer teachers, but potential employers. As such, students dress and conduct themselves as professionally as they would in a real interview. Becoming a flight attendant is no small feat, and the... Read More!

Published: Thu, 24 Jul 2014 18:23:01