Below you can find some EXAMPLES of what kind of positions we can offer. 
Note that we need to confirm all details once we know what you are looking for as things can change on a daily base.
Please read all info below the open position section for a better understanding about the program.

Examples!!! More possibilities might be available. For more details please contact your main contact!!!

Abaixo, você pode encontrar alguns exemplos dos tipos de vagas que podemos oferecer. 
Note que precisamos confirmar todos os detalhes, uma vez que soubermos o que você está procurando, pois as coisas podem mudar em diariamente.
Por favor, leia todas as informações abaixo e a seção de vagas abertas para uma melhor compreensão sobre o programa. 

Exemplos! Mais possibilidades podem estar disponíveis. Para mais detalhes entre em contato com o seu contato principal!

 

Intern/Trainee Program inside the USA

Area of open position

Area of study/professional field candidate should be from

link for more info


Hospitality

Tourism, Hospitality


Culinary

Culinary


Business Management

Business Administration, Marketing, Sales, HR, Finance, International Relations


Marketing - Digital

Marketing - Digital and related fields


IT

IT and related fields


 

Work Program - OUTSIDE the US

Hospitality

Hospitality and with at least 3 years of work experiences in the field


Culinary

Culinary and with at least 3 years of work experiences in the field


If you are asking your main contact this question "Can you tell me more about the Training plan?" please consider the following:
When the Training plan is being created by the employer it will be most likely a "standard" one. What is different with each Trainee offer is the "employer", the "team" working there, the local facts and accommodation possibilities. Those facts can only be known after we found you a suitable Trainee position and this can take some time depending on certain things.
In fact how can anybody expect a special/individual Training plan anyway because the supervisor/employer makes the candidate a Trainee offer without interviewing the candidate "face to face" and without seeing the candidate handling things in real life situations? That is why most of the Training plans are a kind of the same.

After the Trainee arrived at the employer, the supervisor sees for him/herself who the Trainee candidate really is and what he/she can really do from the start. After this first “on the job evaluation”, the supervisor will put the Trainee into an area/position which might be different from the Training plan details but represents what the employer needs in this moment and/or what the supervisor thinks the Trainee can execute/handle with an initial “on the job” training.
Besides this, it is being expected that the Trainee is happy with the supervisor’s decision and that he/she gives his/her best during the entire time of the program. Additionally the Trainee needs to fulfill the employer’s needs and should always be grateful for the given opportunity. Of course if something is really wrong the Trainee should talk to the supervisor and contact his/her main contact to inform him/her about the issue.

So the main question always is: How badly do you want to get an opportunity at an US employer and to live in the US culture for 6 or 12 months?
If the answer is "really badly" all will be fine because you will be grateful for the opportunity given to you. If the answer is different until the end of the total process and before arriving in the US, there is a high chance that you will NOT be grateful enough to do what is being expected from you and/or that you will not be happy with the overall program experience.
 
Because we want you to be successful and happy with the program, it is very important that you "the possible candidate" understand and accept the facts. If you know that you are not ready yet, please do NOT apply for the program as the most important thing is that we send the right and ready candidate for the particular open Trainee position. If you are not sure please let us know so that we can help you understand the facts so that you can make the RIGHT decision for YOURSELF. 
 
If you made your decision and you say “YES I am ready for the program", we ALL (your main contact, us, the US sponsor and your employer) expect you to stay committed to your decision until the end of the program. If you do, you will gain a lot of valuable things professionally and personally.

Other possibility: Feel free to find yourself a Trainee position on your own. If you found one, please contact us so that we can assist you and the employer with the US sponsor/visa process. If you have doubts please contact your main contact. Sincerely, Michael Joop

If you are asking your main contact this question "Can you tell me more about the Training plan?" please consider the following:
When the Training plan is being created by the employer it will be most likely a "standard" one. What is different with each Trainee offer is the "employer", the "team" working there, the local facts and accommodation possibilities. Those facts can only be known after we found you a suitable Trainee position and this can take some time depending on certain things.
In fact how can anybody expect a special/individual Training plan anyway because the supervisor/employer makes the candidate a Trainee offer without interviewing the candidate "face to face" and without seeing the candidate handling things in real life situations? That is why most of the Training plans are a kind of the same.

After the Trainee arrived at the employer, the supervisor sees for him/herself who the Trainee candidate really is and what he/she can really do from the start. After this first “on the job evaluation”, the supervisor will put the Trainee into an area/position which might be different from the Training plan details but represents what the employer needs in this moment and/or what the supervisor thinks the Trainee can execute/handle with an initial “on the job” training.
Besides this, it is being expected that the Trainee is happy with the supervisor’s decision and that he/she gives his/her best during the entire time of the program. Additionally the Trainee needs to fulfill the employer’s needs and should always be grateful for the given opportunity. Of course if something is really wrong the Trainee should talk to the supervisor and contact his/her main contact to inform him/her about the issue.

So the main question always is: How badly do you want to get an opportunity at an US employer and to live in the US culture for 6 or 12 months?
If the answer is "really badly" all will be fine because you will be grateful for the opportunity given to you. If the answer is different until the end of the total process and before arriving in the US, there is a high chance that you will NOT be grateful enough to do what is being expected from you and/or that you will not be happy with the overall program experience.
 
Because we want you to be successful and happy with the program, it is very important that you "the possible candidate" understand and accept the facts. If you know that you are not ready yet, please do NOT apply for the program as the most important thing is that we send the right and ready candidate for the particular open Trainee position. If you are not sure please let us know so that we can help you understand the facts so that you can make the RIGHT decision for YOURSELF. 
 
If you made your decision and you say “YES I am ready for the program", we ALL (your main contact, us, the US sponsor and your employer) expect you to stay committed to your decision until the end of the program. If you do, you will gain a lot of valuable things professionally and personally.

Other possibility: Feel free to find yourself a Trainee position on your own. If you found one, please contact us so that we can assist you and the employer with the US sponsor/visa process. If you have doubts please contact your main contact. Sincerely, Michael Joop