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.

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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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