Online Course Description
When we travel internationally from the United States, we save 50%-80% roundtrip on major airlines. And you can travel this way, too!
This class, led by Mark Albert, editor-in-chief of The Voyage Report, can transform the way you travel. Mark has been to 55 countries so far and will tell you how to find cheap airfare, show you step-by-step how he books those airfare deals, and teach you how to set up your own airfare alert network in under 5 minutes!
A fellow journalist wrote that Mark’s airfare booking advice and travel hacking skills are "literally going to change my life.”
WHAT YOU WILL GET
- Live video call and screen sharing with Mark Albert
- Schedule a call at a time convenient for you
- Prior to session you will be able to get in touch with Mark Albert to explain your background and what you are trying to achieve
- Prior to session, Mark Albert will provide list of resources and materials needed to prepare for session
- You will be able to cancel a class and get a refund up to 24h before the scheduled session
- Moneyback guarantee
Mark is a Peabody Award-winner; a two-time recipient of the National Headliner Award, including its Grand Award; winner of six regional Edward R. Murrow awards and 12 regional Emmys; and has reported from nine countries. His career has been distinguished by breaking stories, original reporting, and doggedly pursuing the story, wherever it leads: from Pakistan to Iraq; Kuwait to Bahrain; Kenya to Japan; and across the US, including to cover the recent upstate New York manhunt for two escaped killers, the Baltimore riots, the Virginia Tech and Milwaukee Sikh Temple mass shootings, Sarah Palin’s 2008 VP pick in Dayton, OH, US-Mexico border security, and more. In March 2011, Mark was awarded the most prestigious honor in broadcast journalism, a George Foster Peabody award, for his year-long investigation, "Who Killed Doc?" The five-part series led the U.S. military to change the way it tracks the remains of every service member killed around the world. Mark also covered Minnesota National Guard troops on duty in Iraq, Kuwait, Mississippi, Texas, Wisconsin and in Minnesota. In August 2013, the Guard honored Mark's military reporting with its Superior Civilian Service Award, its highest civilian honor and the first time it's been given to a journalist. In addition, Mark has been honored for his writing and reporting in numerous categories including: general assignment reporting, investigative reporting, enterprise journalism, political reporting, legal reporting, documentary reporting, health/science reporting, consumer, military, and online reporting, including for investigative websites. To view Mark's work, visit: markalbert.net On Twitter & Instagram: @malbertnews
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