Attractive placements for Nachwuchstouristiker at Hapimag Baar, Hapimag, Europe’s leading 19.7.2011 supplier of habitation, allows a total of 18 young tourism professionals interesting internships across Europe in summer 2011. In a blog, the young people report their experiences in their new environment and the work with international guests. Work, where others enjoy their leisure at Hapimag this dream becomes a reality! Europe’s leading company for occupancy offers high-quality training opportunities as an attractive international employer and awarded for the summer of 2011, in the framework of the initiative next generation”traineeships in the Hapimag resorts across Europe. Students of Austrian Tourism colleges for the initiative could apply between October and December 2010. A jury, including Andreas Mayer, Michelin-starred chef and former student of Witzigmann, conscientiously examined applicants and the 18 of best young travel industry in Austria found.
Our dedicated and motivated employees are the key pillar of our success concept. With our initiative we want to offer the chance of a high-quality education as well as exciting international job prospects talented pupils and students of Austrian Tourism colleges”, Thomas Roost explains resources members human of the Executive Board of Hapimag. Next generation “-blog now have all 18 interns and trainees started their work in the respective resort and write in a blog regularly about their experiences at work with the international guests.” The blog is among the young people some report great appeal, and they enthusiastically about their internships even prior to internship. “I’m looking forward already huge and can no longer expect it I can no longer sit”, Sarah Leczek describes their anticipation of the internship in Cannero, Italy. The first impressions of the new environment will be held. I’m in Siena since Thursday and must say that Tuscany is a beautiful place. Especially the towns such as Florence and Siena have much to offer”, writes Sabrina Erhart after their arrival in Tuscany.