About the job
Description of the Host Property:
At Hyatt Centric Resort, you’ll become immersed in the island life the moment you arrive. We’re here to help you find the relaxation you seek, from soothing treatments at Jala Spa to a refreshing dip in our outdoor pool. Rejuvenate at our on-site restaurant, SHOR American Seafood Grill, and don’t forget to take in the waterfront views, or take a seat in a plush, poolside chair and sip craft cocktails amid the Florida breeze at Blue Mojito Pool Bar and Grill. Enjoy the location in Old Town, infused with historical architecture and a quaint charm, or choose adventures on the water, including sailing, kayaking, and more.
Description of the Training:
Create unforgettable guest experiences in the Rooms Divisions department at a world-leading luxury hotel/resort through a J-1 hospitality internship or traineeship program at the Hyatt Centric Hotels & Resorts. Train in a diverse and multicultural environment, under the guidance and leadership of industry leaders in the guest services field as you rotate in different roles in the department.
This rotational program is designed to give you exposure to the international hospitality industry and give you the experience needed to excel in your career when you return to your home country.
ITN and Odyssey's All-inclusive Program:
Unlike most J-1 Program providers, a regional ITN representative will guide you through a streamlined registration process, thanks to ITN and ODYSSEY’s all-inclusive approach. ITN and ODYSSEY will be on hand to provide you with the very best personalized service from the time that you arrive in the United States until your departure from the United States upon completion of your program.
Description of the Location:
Key West, a U.S. island city, is part of the Florida Keys archipelago. It's also Florida's southernmost point, lying roughly 90 miles north of Cuba. Famed for its pastel-hued, conch-style houses, it’s a cruise-ship stop also accessible from the mainland via the Overseas Highway. It’s known more for its coral reefs – destinations for diving and snorkeling – than for its beaches.