Internship programs are designed to allow foreign college and university students or recent graduates to come to the United States to gain exposure to U.S. culture and to receive hands-on experience in U.S. business practices in their chosen occupational field.
Limitations/Exceptions for Intern work environment
Interns cannot work in unskilled or casual labor positions, in positions that require or involve childcare or elder care or in any kind of position that involves medical patient care or contact. Nor can interns work in positions that require more than 20 percent clerical or office support work.
Internships are offered in the following occupational categories:
For more info please visit: http://j1visa.state.gov/programs/intern/
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|Massachusetts, (MA)||$5.00 /hour + tips in Restaurant and $12.00/hour in Front Office||Front Desk Agents and Restaurant Manager|
|Massachusetts, (MA)||Hospitality, Marketing and Culinary Interns|
|New York, (NY)||$5.00-$14.00 depending on position ( + tips / possible bonus)||Hibachi Chef, Lin Cook, Prep cooks, Servers|
|Florida, (FL)||$1105 for F&B which already includes grats, $791 Front Desk, $728 Culinary for 2 weeks||4 spots for culinary / 4 for F&B General / and possibly 1 for Front Office|
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