AHTA launches Scholarship Awards to the ABHTI


 The Antigua Hotels and Tourist Association (AHTA) has today announced the launch of scholarship opportunities for aspiring Hospitality professionals to have their education fully funded to attend the Antigua and Barbuda Hospitality Training Institute (ABHTI).

Persons who are currently working, or interested in having a career in the Hospitality Industry can apply for a scholarship in Resort Management, Hospitality Management or Tourism Management with a two-year Associate Degree Programme.

“The AHTA is proud to award students eager to make a contribution to the Hospitality Industry. For individuals who are uncertain about their career path, please think very seriously about entering the industry. The career options are varied and open for you to grow and reach to the very top levels of Management” remarked Vernon A. Jeffers, Sr, Chairman of the AHTA and General Manager at Sugar Ridge Resort.

Interested persons are asked to download an application form here https://bit.ly/1qOfVDA or call the AHTA office at 462.0374, email[email protected].  Each application must include:

(i)            1000 words Essay on “What Tourism Means to me”

(ii)           2 Passport sized photos

(iii)          Bio Introduction and Resume

(iv)          Proof of Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship

(v)           5 CXC certification passes to include Math and English Language

The deadline for Application is August 9, 2019.

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  1. Jumping through a fire loop with a hungry lion waiting on the other side seems easier than to get this scholarship.

    Why not ask for a financial statement, police record, proof of address, job letter, and recent pay slip.

    This offer is not very hospitable……

  2. Notes From A Native Son Of The Rock!
    “For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required,” – Luke 12:48

    Give Praise and Thanks!
    “But let us be clear: what matters is to stop talking about output, and intensification, and the rhythm of work. … It is simply a very concrete question of not dragging men towards mutilation, of not imposing upon the brain rhythms which very quickly obliterate it and wreck it. The pretext of catching up must not be used to push man around, to tear him away from himself or from his privacy, to break and kill him.”

    Let the ABHTI serve its true Function!

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