Train As Front Desk Supervisor Just Outside Of Baltimore & Washington DC!
Train as a Front Desk Supervisor while being close to both huge cities, Baltimore and Washington DC!
While outside of the city of Baltimore and DC, you can have the city experience while having the security of the outside perimeter!
Accrued Time Off
Uniform Is Provided
14 Day Complimentary Stay During First Arrival
$17 Per Hour
Eligibility criteria for our Career USA programs:
- You are enrolled in a post secondary ministerially recognized academic institution in the hospitality industry OR have a hospitality degree and at least 1 year of recent relevant work experience in the (ultra) luxury hotel industry (outside of the USA) OR have 5 years recent relevant work experience in the (ultra) luxury hotel industry (outside the USA
- You have shown consistent career growth over the last years
- You have shown serious commitment to your most recent employers
Columbia, MD is a city close to the bigger metropolitan city, Baltimore, MD which lies just around 40 miles north of Washington, D.C. but has a vibe all its own. Baltimore’s claim-to-fame may be that it was the birthplace of America’s National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” but its determined, down-to-earth spirit makes it a truly American city. With a dynamic Inner Harbor – the best view of which is from atop Federal Hill – that was as busy in the 18th Century as it is today, Baltimore is a city of contrasts. This center for cultural and heritage travel also is known for its quaint neighborhoods and thriving culinary scene. Tour the important landmarks like the first Washington Monument or first Catholic cathedral in the United States, but don’t miss seeing the vintage row houses and meeting proud, friendly locals.
Being so close to Washington D.C., housing in Columbia can be expensive. Studio, 1 BR, and 2 BR apartments are available for $1500-$5000 per month unfurnished and before utilities. 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. Please note, without established credit your first and last month’s rent may be required as a deposit. HRC recommends you arrive with at least $2,500 as startup capital and to help secure housing. Housing Resources: apartments.com, apartmentfinder.com, rent.com
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.
BaltimoreLink is a complete overhaul and rebranding of the core transit system operating within the city and throughout the greater Baltimore region. The bus network prior to BaltimoreLink had many routes that were antiquated, served outdated job locations and were too long to manage reliably, especially those that traversed downtown Baltimore and compounded congestion. Visit this link for more information. If further travel is desired, a car may need to be rented or purchased. HRC recommends J1 candidates bring at least $3,000 in addition to startup capital in order to help obtain a car and insurance. If a car is purchased insurance is required and can cost around $150 per month.
Climate: See here for climate and weather info.
Local Attractions: Aqua, National Monument and Historic Shrine Maryland, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Museum of Arts, B&O Railroad Museum, Poe Baltimore & other things to do.
|Front Desk||Agent||3 Months|
|Guest Services||Guest Relations Agent||4 Months|
|Front Desk||Supervisor||4 Months|