Title 1 Interventionists

Highgate HotelsLas Vegas, NV

2 months ago


Job Title

J-1 Intern F&B

Job Location

160 E. Flamingo Rd.

Job Overview

Come join Highgate for a 12 month F&B program in one of our dynamic J-1 internships! Our interns have the opportunity to work in multiple departments within Food & Beverage. You will learn about the hospitality industry while working in a fun and fast-paced environment. Specific hotel placement will be discussed upon submission of an internship offer.




  • Work in multiple departments within Food & Beverage
  • Learn about the hospitality industry in a fun and fast-paced environment


  • None specified

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People who completed this type of internship end up in the following types of jobs

Top majors

That get hired for this type of internship

  • Education21%

  • Administration Of Special Education12%

  • Psychology9%

  • English Language And Literature3%

  • Elementary Education And Teaching2%

  • 119 other majors50%

Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Las Vegas, NV | $3,281/mo

  • Housing/Rent$1,435

  • Miscellaneous$837

  • Food$420

  • Transportation$302

  • Utilities$287


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