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Raffles Maldives Meeradhoo Introduces Internship Program

Ribakova Elena
16 November 2021, MVT 14:39
Internship Program Raffles Maldives Meeradhoo
Ribakova Elena
16 November 2021, MVT 14:39

Raffles being a pioneer in the Hospitality sector since 1887, has revolutionized the way forward for more than a century and continues to do so. Apart from being renowned worldwide for its legendary services in curating bespoke luxury experiences, Raffles holds true to nurturing some of finest men and women the industry has ever seen. And having access to a vast set of resources and knowledge from across 110 plus countries through Accor makes it one of the leading brands to grow with.

Internship Program Raffles Maldives Meeradhoo

The Raffles Maldives Meradhoo Internship Program was conceptualized two years ago when the property was opened back in 2019, and had to be put on hold due to the global pandemic. As now we move into the new normal, Raffles staying true to its ideology to mobilize local talents, officially launched the program on 5th Nov 2021 at the Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll Education Centre.

Under the patronage of Raffles Maldives Meradhoo’ s General Manager Mr. Amila Handunwala and Director of Talent and culture Mr. Dhakshina Moorthy along with the School Principal, its staff, parents and students, the first batch of seven Interns were handed over their letters of appointment to commence their journey in the hospitality sector with Raffles Maldives Meradhoo.

The event was graced by local council member Mr. Zaleef Abdulla who was humbled by the efforts of a global hospitality brand such as Raffles in taking the initiative to develop young talents especially far south of Male, where there is much work needed in skills development especially in the tourism sector.

The General Manager along with Raffles Talents and Culture see this as an opportunity to reinstate the core values of Raffles as a global hospitality leader and seeks to be a beacon of hope and encouragement towards a sustainable development program for tourism in the southern parts of Maldives.

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