Yes. The following is a list of examples of prohibited types of jobs: Participants may not be employed as: domestic employees in U.S. households (child care, chauffeurs, gardeners, etc.), in positions that require them to invest their own monies to provide themselves with inventory for the purpose of door-to-door sales, in any employment involving any type of patient care or physical handling or manipulation of clients, driving, factory jobs, jobs that completely isolate students from American co-workers, jobs that are on the “prohibited list”, jobs that are not seasonal in nature or that don’t provide a sufficient enough “cultural component”, etc.