Charlotte Brookson Academy Receives Scholarships from CSMA.

SIMPSON BAY:— Customer Service Mobile Academy (CSMA) provided Charlotte Brookson Academy of the Performance Art School with (4) scholarships for their 4th and 5th form students. The scholarships were granted to the students to support their Business Week Program Pre-Hurricane Irma.
CSMA’s First Annual St. Maarten Customer Service Week, has provided up to 20 to 60 professionals per day accredited course options in the Hospitality, Business and Service Industry sectors since the event started this past Monday, November 27, 2017.
CSMA has received outstanding reviews for event, course offerings and their networking opportunities for professionals. The event drew participating organizations from St. Maarten and surrounding islands such as: Winwards Islands Bank, N.V. GEBE, ICC Cargo, Satel NV Saba, Summit Resort Hotel, The St. Maarten Chamber of Commerce, St. Maarten Phillipsburg Jubilee Library, St. Eustatius Housing Department, Telem Group and many more.
CSMA conference staff reported, “Our best review came from Zoria Arrindell a student attending Charlotte Brookson Academy of the Performance Art School. Ms. Arrindell stated, “This experience made my day!” I learned a lot and now I have something special, a certificate that I can show everybody on how to Manage Customer Expectations. I feel good.” Three additional students have received scholarships and will attend courses this week.
Dr. Natasha Gittens stated during an interview on Tuesday afternoon, “Our support to the youth of this country is genuine. We have done our research and have observed islands like St. Kitts and Curacao making historical marks in their educational system and providing training and courses to students as young as 5 years old on the significance of Tourism & Hospitality.
Our team of curriculum developers are currently working on an accredited course, titled We R Tourism, (WRT). The marketing campaign is scheduled to kick off in January of 2018 throughout the Caribbean. The program’s main objective is to encourage students to embrace Tourism and Hospitality careers sooner in life versus later. Our philosophy is, “Build young future succession leaders now!”
If you are interested in the We R Tourism Program for your organization or school contact CSMA and ask for the Education Department at 526-2052 Ext 115 or email

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Source: St. Martin News Network