Although we encourage students to provide us with any location preferences they may have, please remember they may be limiting their placement options if they hold out for a certain location. Please also keep in mind that the high cost [...]
No, your students cannot work a second job and cannot transfer to another location unless under extreme situations. All transfers must be approved by the host company and the sponsor organization in advance.
Yes, the training is PAID and all students will be treated just like an American employee. They can expect to earn the following amounts: Front Office: Between US $10.00 to US $17.00 per hour Food and Beverage: Average US $12.00 [...]
We have several luxury brand hotels/ resorts in USA, interested in providing a PAID hands-on work and training platform, as a foundation for a career in hospitality. Hotels such as Hyatt Regency, Hilton, Sheraton, Marriott, Westin, The Four Seasons, Intercontinental, [...]
Although students are responsible for their own accommodations for the duration of the training program, most hotels will provide at least two weeks accommodation at the hotel upon arrival. We encourage students to utilize the time before their arrival to [...]
Yes, the host employer is required to provide 32 hours or greater per week. Students can also expect to receive time and half for any overtime worked.
Food and Beverage Division This position offers your students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the field of hospitality food service. As a Food and Beverage Service Attendant, your students will be exposed to the daily operations of the [...]