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From The Classroom To Raffles Gateway

  The hope of finding work after graduating is often a daunting one. But for Miriama Tupou, 24, of Matuku, Lau – her dedication and commitment during the 6 month
16 Jul 2016 09:51
From The Classroom  To Raffles Gateway
Service Pro 2016 kitchen operations and tourism hospitality graduate, Miriama Topou receives her award from chief guest Minister of Health Jone Usamate yesterday. Photo: RONALD KUMAR.

 

The hope of finding work after graduating is often a daunting one. But for Miriama Tupou, 24, of Matuku, Lau – her dedication and commitment during the 6 month course paid off.

Next week she will be joining the Raffles Gateway Hotel as a tourism and hospitality customer service office.

cgraduated with Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality operations and Best front office student award from Service Pro International Tourism and Hospitality Institute in Suva yesterday.

She said she’s overjoyed and is really excited about her new job.

“I am happy for my friends and myself for our achievements today.”

“I have put in all my hard work and efforts to come to this stage of life and a big thank you to my family who supported me financially and mentally to finish what I had started and graduate with honours today. I dedicate my achievements to my parents,” Miriama said.

Edited by Rosi Doviverata

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