Naya Knoche My name is Naya, I am 20 years old and I am German. I am studying a French-German degree and the two-month internship (July/August) is part of my degree. I was welcomed at the tourist office and during my three days of training I already learned a lot about the work at the tourist office. My integration went well, but as a German I still had difficulties. The language barrier is always present, but whenever I have language difficulties, the staff at the tourist office is always happy to help me. In general, I enjoy working as a tourist consultant. You are always in contact with people from different departments in France and from different countries. Every day, you make new experiences and you learn a lot about the French culture and the city of Saint-Malo, even giving information.Victoria MichonI’m Victoria, I’m 22 years old and I’ve been working for a month at the tourist office of Saint-Malo and Dol-de-Bretagne as a stay advisor. It’s a seasonal job which is in total adequacy with my studies in tourism. I have just obtained my BTS in tourism and I’m entering a degree in Tourism Destinations, Heritage and Territorial Marketing. My role is to inform, animate and promote the territory by relying on our many partners. I sometimes feel like the first interface for visitors who are lost when faced with a multitude of things to do in our cities. This year I feel they are numerous and very dynamic! They want to discover the city more independently than accompanied in my opinion, and they are always looking for know-how about our destination, typical products and unique adventures. There are tourists but there are also local visitors who come to discover what is not far from their home, these people are always looking for new festivities and want to move but not far from their home. These visitors are looking for a festive atmosphere, especially in the evening. I love my job and the whole team is passionate about it. Visitors are also looking for advice on experiences they have had or tested with our partners and they rely heavily on the experiences we have had. They are numerous and come from the four corners of the world, we have in front of us different visitor profiles (families, elderly people, people with disabilities, couples…) and each request is uniqueIt is a job of passion and listening that I also have the chance to complete as a greeter!Blandine JaillotHello, my name is Blandine, I am a law student and yet I am working as a seasonal employee at the Saint-Malo Intercommunal Tourist Office for my third season.There are many reasons why I always enjoy coming back to work at the offices. First of all, the team. Whether it’s the permanent or seasonal staff, they are kind, professional, helpful, attentive to others, there is a nice cohesion… In short, always a great team! Secondly, the work itself, the diversity of tasks (reception at the counter, telephone, taking care of the ticketing, mail…). Finally, the location, I have the chance to work at the same time at the office of Saint-Malo and Dol-de-Bretagne, it is always a pleasure to represent a destination like ours: its diversity and its beauty are not debatable.