Hotel Management Training Programs
In the hospitality industry, international experience plays a major role for both aspiring and existing hotel and restaurant professionals.
By taking advantage of hospitality management internships, thousands of employees and managers around the world gain valuable skills and experience abroad. Interns can work in internationally-recognized hotels, acquire industry expertise, and learn how to implement effective tactics into their hotel management strategy at home.
Besides gaining valuable international industry knowledge, hotel management training programs and internships give students and graduates a priceless opportunity to experience a new culture. You can make new connections, meet new friends, and share your knowledge.
Hospitality Management Internships Program
Such visitor exchange programs as BridgeUSA allow hospitality students and professionals from all over the world to learn from hospitality experts in the USA. Students, graduates, and professionals gain an exceptional opportunity to visit another country, gain new skills, and absorb a foreign culture.
The J-1 Exchange Visitor Program helps you:
- Get an education
- Acquire new skills
- Gain experience
- Share knowledge
To train with and study from hospitality experts in the USA, you would need to obtain an Exchange Visitor Visa (J-1). This is a non-immigrant type of visa that the U.S. Department of States issues to students, graduates, and professionals who want to gain specific industry experience.
When it comes to hospitality management internships, BridgeUSA is a highly versatile program that allows you to teach, study, demonstrate specific skills, and even receive on the job training. There are 15 categories of J-1 visas.
Benefits of hospitality management internships:
- Priceless experience in top-class hotels
- New skills and knowledge to incorporate at home
- A creative approach to hospitality management
- Receiving hourly pay while learning and training
- Training for at least 32 hours per week
- An opportunity to stay in the USA for 30 days after the program ends
After you complete the hospitality management internship program, you can gain new career opportunities at home while sharing new skills and special cultural knowledge with your co-workers and employees.
The key to acquiring the benefits of such abroad training opportunities is choosing the right program to suit your needs.
Whether you want to receive restaurant management training or want to participate in a hospitality management training program, it’s possible to receive a visa and make appropriate travel arrangements.
Hotel Management Internship Program Requirements
To participate in restaurant and hotel management training program, a candidate should meet one of the following criteria:
- Be enrolled in a hospitality program in a college or university that is recognized by the local government.
- Have graduated from a hospitality program within the past year.
- Graduated from a hospitality program over a year ago and have a year of full-time with experience in the hospitality industry in your home country (or any country other than the USA).
- Have five or more years of full-time work experience in the hospitality industry.
Candidates for training programs should be over 18 years of age and know English well enough to successfully complete their traineeship.
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