The Aruba Timeshare Association hosts EPB students at the hotels for an orientation


Over the span of two days, the Aruba timeshare properties, members of ATSA, the Aruba Timeshare Association, opened their arms and hearts to inform and educated EPB students regarding the hotel industry on the island. 

The students, who arrived from school by bus, were welcomed at the resorts by a member of management, toured all departments, and given a general overview of the daily activities required to service guests and help drive Aruba’s successful hospitality industry.

“We view this visit as crucial,” explains ATSA President, hotelier Luigi Heredia, “as high school students face their potential employers for the first time, we try to motivate them to join the industry and become passionate about what we do.”

 The students and their mentors hail from both the Oranjestad, and San Nicholas EPB Schools, 253, and 98 respectively, and they report enjoying the visit and the refreshments at the end of the morning.

This is annual visit of EPB at the ATSA resorts, delivers an interactive orientation day the students of the basic professional education stream on the island.

 Among participating resorts: La Cabana Beach Resort & Casino, Amsterdam Manor, La Quinta, Costa Linda Beach Resort, Divi Resorts, including Divi Village and Divi Phoenix, Casa del Mar Beach Resort, Playa Linda Beach Resort, Eagle Aruba Resort & Casino, Caribbean Palm Village Resort, Marriott Surf & Marriott Ocean Club and Paradise Beach Villas.

Pictured here snapshots from a much enjoyed day!

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