Published on : Saturday, November 25, 2017
This new partnership offers the benefit of nearly 10% tuition scholarships, free applications and everything of that sort to the members of the Georgia Coast Travel Association and anybody working for one of those members, as per Lynn Chapman who is the area coordinator for the Brunswick site of Troy University.
It is located on 664 Scranton Road.
This partnership is meant to facilitate the professional development and also education for the members and employees of GCTA that represents a nonprofit organization promoting tourism on the coast.
And this association covers about eight nations and comprises over 70 members.
Chapman said that it gives them an opportunity to get to people who might want to go to school who deliver their services that are associated to this tourism association.
He then added that the partnership had been initiated by the sports and tourism as well as the hospitality professor at the Brunswick site of Troy University.
This professor serves on the board of directors of GCTA and that he had recognized that this partnership is likely to benefit both the university and the association.