Contact: Rasheeda Butler
7603 Heritage Crossing Way
About BSG Interns
BSG Interns is placing Interns to train for 6 to 12 months in Food & Beverage service positions at very prestigious, private country clubs along the east coast and west to the legendary Great Plains of the USA. These areas include Florida, Carolinas, Connecticut, Cleveland, New Jersey, Indiana, North Dakota and Cape Cod.
Various start dates each year: April-June or September-October
1) spending 4 or 7 summer months in a northern state (Connecticut, NY, Ohio, North Dakota, New Jersey, Massachusetts or North Carolina)
2) or 7-12 months in Florida's tropical winter
The program offers greater diversity in both cultural and professional experiences, whereas the 12-month option offers a deeper level of those experiences.
Students cover $500 cost of their visa costs, flight and housing. The visa cost includes medical insurance.
Housing is arranged, and transport to and from the club is provided.
There is NO PLACEMENT FEE charged.
BSG INTERNS provides full support for the club placement and J-1 visa process.
BSG Interns offers a full orientation in London in June before arrival in the US, and continues to support students during their placement.
Headquartered in Florida, BSG Interns specializes in placing European Hospitality, Culinary and related-field students on paid, no-fee internships at premium-level resorts and private clubs in Florida and up the east coast of the US - and west to the historic Great Plains. By means of a J-1 visa, students spend 6 to 12 months availing of a very formative program – professionally and personally – and an exceptional cultural opportunity.
Since 2008, BSG has placed interns from leading hospitality universities and schools all over Europe but in particular Switzerland, Ireland, Great Britain, Holland, Portugal, Spain and France.
For clubs, career-oriented students enhance 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 numerous previous interns, the opportunity offers long-term benefits on their perspectives of operations, management, service – and life itself.