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Travel Is Still Possible for Students, Under Recent Cuba Sanctions
November 28, 2017

Travel to Cuba has been turbulent since the Obama administration opened travel possibilities in December 2014. Most recently, the Trump administration imposed additional sanctions on travel, effective November 9, 2017. Yet travel to the island nation is still legal and United States tour operators can continue to run trips, with restrictions. The Cuba sanctions make […]

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5 Things You Might Not Know About SYTA
November 13, 2017

As the newest SYTA President, I thought it would be fun share a few facts about how SYTA came to be. Here are five things you might not know about SYTA: SYTA has had a strong leadership foundation, with just three executive directors, since inception: Michael Palmer, Claudia Mansfield-Sutton and Carylann Assante. SYTA was formed […]

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Allied Response to NPS Fees
November 13, 2017

In a letter sent to Secretary Ryan Zinke, SYTA and Allied Associations have responded to the National Park Service proposal to raise fees. SYTA members are encouraged to share this letter with their teams.

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3 Ways to Get Noticed with Your Social Ads
November 9, 2017

How many of you zoom through the ads on TV? Are you as shocked as I am by the number of magazine pages dedicated to ads? Yet research finds that social ads have an immense impact. Why is that? Tailored and Targeted Social ads are more effective than traditional ads at driving clicks, conversions and […]

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SYTA Youth Foundation Board of Trustees Gather In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
October 30, 2017

In mid-October, the SYTA Youth Foundation Board of Trustees met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At the meeting, we focused on upcoming fundraising objectives to kick off our new appeal for funds. Our goal this year: Reach out to new patrons within SYTA and outside of our SYTA community. If you have suggestions for new companies we […]

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