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Ian Verzosa
Vacation Planner
Classic Custom Vacations

"Well where to start... I came to IAHA to begin a new life. To go back to school and gain a career. In going to this school I have achieved both these goals. I moved from Vancouver, WA to San Jose, CA where I joined the company Classic Custom Vacations. This was a changing point in my life."

Sharon Wright
Customer Service Agent
Delta Airlines

"I just started with Delta a couple weeks ago as a customer service agent. It's a great company and I'm looking forward to the travel benefits. IAHA was perfect preparation for this position."

Airline/Travel Specialist – 20 Weeks

Flight Attendant

Educational Objective: The travel industry changes daily, and so will your work as an airline or travel specialist. Graduates of our program have traveled to foreign cities and exotic locations all over the world. Our program is designed to provide the professional skills, training and confidence you need to compete for entry-level positions in the airline and travel industries. You’ll train through role-playing in an environment designed to replicate a real-world workplace. This program focuses mainly on customer service and airline operations.

Graduates are qualified for a broad range of positions, including travel and tour agents, customer service agents with airlines, and a variety of other positions in the travel industry. This program also provides an introduction to a career as a flight attendant.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. No prior work experience is required. Because of the nature of the industry, students with a criminal record must submit a criminal history report to the Career Development Department by week five of the program. Ask your admissions representative for further details.