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Contact Your Congressman For Support
July 17, 2020

As Congress now considers another round of COVID-19 relief/stimulus, it is imperative that they continue to take into consideration the impact the crisis is having on our industry. SYTA members are asked to personalize this letter and send it to their elected representatives as soon as possible. Here is the letter to add personalization to. […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Feel Guilty for Taking a Break Right Now
June 19, 2020

There’s a delicate balance between the relief of still having a job you’re passionate about and the guilt of even thinking about taking some time away for yourself. In a crisis, it often feels like a “Go! Go! Go!” mindset is the standard, with survival being the always present priority. Getting burnt out is a […]

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CUA Fees and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
June 19, 2020

Since fee increases from the National Park Service were initially announced in October 2017, a lot has changed along the way. Recent news about CUA fees being put on hold completely were met with excitement in the motorcoach and travel industries, but there are a couple things to know. Great Smoky Mountains National Park Chief […]

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Thank you for joining the Teach & Travel community!
April 2, 2018

We look forward to you utilizing the resources you find in the magazine and weekly eNews to connect your students with the experience of travel. Follow us on your favorite social media outlets: Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Pinterest

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Your Guide to Snapping the Best Shot in Banff National Park
November 29, 2017

Whether you’re an amateur photographer or just looking for tips on capturing the best of Banff and Lake Louise, there are plenty of subjects to choose from. Here are some tips on our more famous natural attraction: wildlife photography. Be sure to hashtag #mybanff to share your experiences with your friends, family and other visitors! […]

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