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Intern and Training in the USA

There are few places more special than Cullasaja Club.  The intimate golf & family Club community nestled at 4200 feet in to North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, offers members ‘Simply the Perfect Life.’  Featuring less than 300 beautiful homes, the community boasts a stunning mountain Clubhouse, a premier golf course, gourmet dining and a full roster of Club activities including tennis, swimming, boating, croquet and a world class fitness & wellness facility.  We invite you to join the Cullasaja Family.

Cullasaja Club promises to provide its membership and their guests with the highest level of hospitality.  They expect team members to consistently go above and beyond all service expectations.  Their goal is to create the perfect tailored experience for each person that enjoys their Club.    

Cullasaja offers an exciting, fun and rewarding atmosphere for its team members each season.  Their training program offers valuable guidance and experience in every aspect of Club service.  You will learn skills from successful professionals in the industry that will help you throughout your career.  

Cullasaja want to recruit the best each year to build a team of service focused individuals interested in creating memorable experiences for their membership.  If you are interested in developing your skills in the service industry, learning from the top people in the industry and having a wonderful time in the beautiful mountains please apply now! 

Participants on the Cullasaja Club training and internship program will be able to experience unique cultural exchange activities.  As part of your program the Cullsaja Club Team will schedule many employee outings during your program.  From trips to nearby Atlanta for baseball games to Six Flags theme parks, the Cullasaja Team ensure you experience the American culture through a mixture of activites that enhance your international experience.

Eligibility Requirements for J-1 Interns

In order to qualify for this particular designation of the J-1 visa you must be:

  • Must be a foreign national who is currently enrolled full-time and pursuing studies in Tourism, Hospitality or Events at a degree or certificate granting post-secondary academic institution outside the United States

or

  • Graduated from such an institution no more than 12 months prior to your exchange visitor program start date
  • All participants must possess sufficient proficiency in English to participate on the program

Eligibility Requirements for J-1 Trainees

In order to qualify for this particular designation of the J-1 visa you must be:

  • A foreign national who has either a relevant degree or professional certificate from a foreign post-secondary academic institution and at least one year of prior related work experience in Hospitality, Tourism or Events This experience must have been acquired outside of the United States

or

  • Five years of work experience in the Hospitality field acquired outside the United States
  • All participants must possess sufficient proficiency in English to participate on the program

Participants on the Cullasaja Club Internship and Training Program will be required to submit the following fees: 

Program Fees:

  • 6 Month Full Placement Program Fee inclusive of visa sponsorship, medical insurance and support = £1,800.00 GBP
  • 6 Month and over full placement program fee inclusive of visa sponsorship, medical insurance and support  = £2,250.00 GBP

Additional Fees:

  • Criminal Background Check Fee = £85.00 GBP
  • U.S. Embassy Appointment Fee = $160.00 USD
  • U.S. SEVIS Fee = $190.00 USD
  • Courier delivery of passport = Free to £30.00 GBP
  • Return flight to the United States = Varies

Post-Arrival Fees:

  • Additional supporting funds between $350.00 USD to $750.00 USD are recommended

Please note all fees are subject to change and may change without notice

This Food and Beverage Internship provides training in food and beverage service in fine dining, casual dining, seasonal dining and banquet service. Participants will gain knowledge of member service and hospitality management as these skills relate to the private club industry.

Service internship provides a first-hand à la carte experience in many different forms of service. The individual will gain full experience with casual, formal, catered events both served and buffet.  The Club is casual to formal in a relaxed and family environment.  Candidates must be strong communicators and enjoy diverse responsibilities.

Participants should be enthusiastic about learning and increasing their skill in various food and beverage positions, as the summer progresses.  This internship can set the foundation to return as the Intern Supervisor the following season.

Culinary Arts interns learn to prepare food for fine dining, banquets, casual dining and seasonal dining outlets, and they also receive an introduction to pastry.

At the conclusion of the training program, the participant, together with the supervising manager, reviews and evaluates the internship experience and its applicability to the participants future career goals. The participant has the opportunity to identify and reflect on the specific training objectives accomplished over the course of the program and their effect on his or her individual career objectives and career opportunities. The participant takes part in the Club performance review process, which includes meeting with the supervising manager to discuss performance during the training period and to identify future areas to focus on for professional development.

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