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BSG Hospitality Interns


Job description

BSG INTERNS is seeking to place Interns for 6 to 12 months in Food & Beverage service positions at prestigious private Five Star country clubs along the east coast of the USA. These areas include Florida, New Jersey, Connecticut, New York, Indiana, North Carolina, North Dakota and Massachusetts.

Various start dates September-October 2018 or May-June 2019

Internships offer a full year in one state, or the "Split Program", offering two placements in two different states:
> > 4 or 5 summer months in a northern state (Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Indiana, Ohio or North Carolina)
> > 7-8 months in Florida's tropical winter

The "Split Program" offers greater diversity in both cultural and professional experiences, whereas the 12-month option offers a deeper level of those experiences.

There is NO PLACEMENT FEE charged. Students pay the cost of the J1 visa and flight. The visa cost includes medical insurance.

BSG INTERNS provides full support for the club placement and J1 visa process.

BSG INTERNS offers a full orientation before arrival in the US, and continues to support students during their placement.


Be enrolled in a third-degree level course in hospitality or a related field, such as hotel, events, tourism

Have a minimum 6 months a-la-carte food service experience
Job type
United States
F&B service
Starting in
As soon as possible
Latest start date
October 2018
12 months
Positions available
Pay range
$10 per hour, minimum 35 hours per week
Arranged by all clubs. Generally rented apartments in Florida, on-site club housing in northern states
Other benefits
Transport provided to and from the club. Meals provided while on duty. Most uniforms provided (personal shoes required)

BSG Hospitality Interns

Headquartered in Florida, BSG Interns specializes in placing European Hospitality students on paid internships at premium-level resorts and private clubs along the east coast of the US. By means of a J-1 visa, students spend 6 to 12 months availing of a very formative program and an exceptional cultural exchange opportunity.

Since 2008, BSG has placed interns from leading hospitality universities and schools all over Europe but in particular Switzerland, Romania, Ireland, Great Britain, Holland, Portugal and France

The European background of its principals, blended with their extensive hospitality experience in the US, positions BSG as the quintessential conduit for students looking to maximize the success opportunity of their internships.

For clubs, having career-oriented students enhances the quality of their service teams. Significantly, they also add a distinctive flair that is warmly appreciated by the more affluent members and guests to whom clubs cater.

The simpler and more economical process offered by the J-1 program makes it much easier for host properties to embrace not just the student component, but the overall cultural nature of the program.

For the students, the opportunity to intern at a private club in the US offers a breadth and quality of experience that is just not available in Europe. The resume (cv) value is significant but, as testified by previous interns, the opportunity has a long-term impact on their perspectives of operations, management and service.

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