J-1 Management Training USA

Hospitality Management Training Programs in the USA

Also known as Cross training / Management Training / Internship / Traineeship / MIT Program / Industry Placement / J-1 Visa Program.

Our 12-month signature hospitality management training programs give you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in different departments of your choice.

Based on your career preferences, you may decide to rotate through various departments such as rooms division, food and beverage or culinary arts department.

We even offer 18-month junior management roles for those of you who already worked in a supervisory or management position.

Are you only interested in a 6-month program? Please check with your career consultant which options we have available.

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Where can I go?

The U.S. sets the standard for the hospitality industry around the world with major leading hotel groups that have originated in the US. You’ll be exposed to fast-paced, diverse and demanding environments that will prepare you for anything and everything.

Our Career Programs are available all across the USA; from New York City to Los Angeles and from Chicago to the Florida Keys and dozens of cities in between.

Who can we help?

  • You are enrolled in a full-time post secondary ministerially recognized academic institution in the hospitality industry


  • You have a hospitality degree from a post secondary ministerially recognized academic institution and at least 1 year of recent relevant experience in the (ultra) luxury hotel industry (outside of the USA)


  • You have 5 years recent relevant work experience in the (ultra) luxury hotel industry (outside the USA)


Stipend will vary by city and depend upon your skills and experience. Generally speaking, you can expect to earn enough to maintain a normal standard of living along with saving some money for travel. To give you an idea: you can expect to gain between $2,000 and $4,000 per month.


HRC does not charge any upfront administration fees and no payments need to be made until you have been accepted by the host employer.

Management Training Fees

About the J-1 Visa Program

The purpose of the Exchange Visitor Program is to provide foreign nationals with opportunities to participate in educational and cultural programs in the United States and return home to share their experiences, and to encourage Americans to participate in educational and cultural programs in other countries. 

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