Classic Downtown DC Hotel offering fantastic Program!
This all around hospitality expereince is what will boost your skills to the next level! Located in D.C.’s Dupont Circle, this boutique hotel occupies the coveted location at the intersection of the West End and Georgetown neighborhoods, providing unbeatable access to the capital city’s cultural and historic attractions.
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- As a server your rate of pay will be $7.00 plus tips. According to DC law you must achieve a minimum of $15/hr including tips so if tips do not generate more than $15/hr than the hotel base rate would fluctuate.
- J-1s will accrue paid sick leave at one hour per 37 hours worked for a maximum of 56 hours.
- Uniform will be issued upon arrival.
- Staff Meal is not provided, but there is a break room available.
- The hotel can offer 1 week of complimentary housing and maybe more based on occupancy. Please communicate your arrival with the HRD before you book your flight.
Washington DC Metro area, and the surrounding areas like Alexandria and Arlington, is expensive. A 1-bedroom apartment can start around $1,800+ per month, unfurnished.
HRC places over 30 J1's in D.C. every year so there are plenty of other J1's to help you get settled in the area!
We recommend that you consider rooming with another J-1 or local share the cost of the living. The metro is very reliable, which allows the option to live outside the city where the cost of living will be a bit less expensive.
One of our most recent J-1 candidates has rented a room at the 'The Connecticut House', contact information is listed below:
- Beverly Bragg
The Connecticut House
4500 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite #714
Washington, DC 20008
Here are more options for you to choose!
- Georgetown University
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- Apartment List
- We Live
The metro is very reliable, which allows the option to live outside the city where the cost of living will be a bit less expensive. Visit WMATA and goDCgo to explore all of the sustainable transportation options! https://godcgo.com/ https://www.wmata.com/fares/smartrip/#main-content
Washington winters are usually chilly with light snow, and summers are hot and humid. Spring and fall are mild to warm, while winter is chilly with annual snowfall averaging 15.5 inches (39 cm). Winter temperatures average around 38 °F (3.3 °C) from mid-December to mid-February. Precipitation occurs throughout the year.
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