Nausicaablue wrote:I have another question though. Have any of you ever been a TOA before and if so how was it? What did you do? Did you get any free time at all?
I had a great time being a TOA last year. It`s really refreshing to see the newbies and remember `that was me!` at one time haha. I didn`t realize at the time, but if you`re chosen to present for an AJET workshop you don`t have to say yes. If you decline, they`ll schedule you to do more shifts (particularly night shifts) in the hospitality center or the help desk. I ended up saying yes and I presented which went pretty well. Your free time will depend on your shift obviously, but just remember that you`re still on the clock as TOA and so it`s encouraged that you keep yourself available or around the hotel to help the new arrivals.