Home State: Missouri
Employer: Spirit Airlines
Job Title: Flight Attendant
What advice would you give future students?
Be prepared to have a fun time, but study hard! Develop a good balance of study time and relaxation. Enjoy your days off and go enjoy all Portland and Vancouver have to offer, but tend to your homework and training at the same time. If you can do that, your experience will be great!
What was your favorite memory from attending International Air and Hospitality Academy?
My favorite memory from my time at IAHA was experiencing all the diversity of the students and faculty. No one was from the same place and everyone came from all sorts of different backgrounds and cultures. It truly was an eye opening and fun experience.
Is there anything you would like to add about your training?
The training I received at IAHA prepared me SO WELL for my current job as a Flight Attendant. I am very grateful for all the hard work of my instructor, Laura Bauman, and that of career services. Without them, I wouldn't be where I am now.
If you are looking for a rewarding travel career, International Air and Hospitality Academy is your first step.
Who Hires Our Graduates?
International Air and Hospitality Academy
2901 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
Village 57 Apartments
2909 NE 57th Ave.
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