Program Summary


This exciting program with the Hamilton Hotel in Washington D.C. will give Hospitality students and professionals the chance to develop their skills in either the Rooms Division or Food and Beverage departments of a thriving hotel - only 600 meters away from the World-famous White House! The Program will involve rotations through the Hotel's Front Desk, Concierge and Guest Services functions.
Being based in the heart of Washington D.C, this program allows you endless opportunities to explore all the famous sights this city has to offer and indulge yourself in U.S history!
Let Yummy Jobs take you on an amazing adventure to Washington D.C... #MYYUMMYSTORY

On this program, we are hiring candidates to take part in a hospitality program which encompasses rotations in both Rooms Division AND Food and Beverage.

The Rooms Division Internship provides you exposure to all areas of the rooms division department. Participants will gain knowledge of hospitality management as these skills relate to the private club industry, in some of the following rotations;

  • Front Desk
  • Hotel Concierge
  • PBX Service

The Food and Beverage Internship, provides you exposure to all areas of the food and beverage service. Participants will gain knowledge of member service as these skills relate to the private club industry in some of the following rotations;

  • Seater/greeter
  • Server

The pay rate for this program is $17.50 USD per hour and you will be scheduled to work a minimum of 32 hours per week.


Participants on this program will be required to obtain a J-1 Intern or Trainee visa through Yummy Jobs and will be able to train for a period of time as outlined by the Hamilton Hotel. Upon completion of the program, participants will have up to 30 days to travel within the United States. Participants must then return to their home country upon completion of the program.

A true architectural gem, Hamilton Hotel Washington D.C. is a property with a rich history and bright future! Designed by French-born architect Jules-Henrí de Sibour, Hamilton Hotel Washington DC was completed in 1922. Blending elements of the Beaux Arts and Art Deco styles, the impressive façade and beautiful lines evoke classic European builds, but with a distinctly American presence. Just as stunning inside as it is out, the structure stands as an impressive testament to industrial age ingenuity.
Located right in the heart of Washington D.C., Hamilton Hotel Washington DC is just minutes from all the best the nation’s capital has to offer. The Smithsonian, the White House, the National Mall and countless other cultural and historical monuments are within walking distance from the front door. Hamilton Hotel Washington DC is proudly present on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a member of the prestigious Historic Hotels of America.

'Washington DC is a beautiful state full of history, culture and entertainment. There is plenty to do around the city and easy to make friends. I love my job at the Hamilton Hotel as it allows me to develop many key skills including management, problem solving, customer service and many more. The employees at the hotel are the kindest employees who are always there to guide and support me, they always want to see me achieve. The Cross training is an excellent training program that allows me to learn every aspect of the hotel industry and has made me realise how much I would love to work for the hotel industry in the future'.  - Lois Colella, 2018-19

Whilst taking part in this program the participant will be responsible for sourcing their own housing, we can provide resources or where to look. You will be able to stay at the hotel free of charge for the first two weeks after arrival to ensure that you have time to find suitable accommodation.

  • Applicants will be required to attend a pre-screen interview via video call with a member of the Yummy Jobs Team in order to be considered.​
  • If successful, applicants will be required to attend a final interview with the Hamilton HR Team via video call.
​Please note, all dates are subject to change