Students explore tourism jobs in Jamaica

Students explore tourism jobs in Jamaica

Tourism Linkages Network’s Director, Carolyn McDonald-Riley, (seen third left in the photo) and Analyst of the Productive Sectors, Tisheecka Clarke, (third right) paused for a photograph with students who chose to represent careers in agriculture, which supplies the hospitality sector.

The occasion was a Career Day for grade 3 students at Ardenne Preparatory School in Kingston, Jamaica. Representatives from the Tourism Linkages Network, a division of the Tourism Enhancement Fund, gave lectures on careers in tourism, as well as set up a booth displaying a number of tourism-related jobs. The event took place on February 20, 2019.

Grade 3 Teacher at Ardenne Preparatory, Ms Patcine Findlator (seen left) was joined by students (from second left) Nathan Clarke, Adebi Nobel, Santesia Welch, Raegan Goldsmith and Soriah Maxwell pose for a photograph at a recent Tourism Enhancement Fund Sponsored Career Day at their school.

The event, which took place on February 20, aimed to sensitize students on the vast number of career options in tourism.

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