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Programas de Work and Travel - Asesoramiento Gratuito - Click aquí!
 

Enviá tus Datos al e-mail a workandtravel@estudiosyempleos.com y directamente te contactás con más de 10 Empresas que brindan el Servicio de Work and Travel a distintos países (EEUU, España, Australia, Nueva Zelanda, y muchos más), automáticamente se enviará una Solicitud de Información a las siguientes Organizaciones:

  • WEUSA
  • CIU – CiudadUniversitaria.com
  • Interlatina
  • Asatej
  • TIJE
  • Globalwat
  • Travel-Work
  • Rasa Travel Argentina
  • Network
  • Welcome Abroad

En breve recibirás info y asesoramiento con sus respectivos programas!

 

MAS INFO

¿Qué beneficios tiene participar en estos programas?

  • Aprender a convivir y trabajar en equipo con estudiantes de otras culturas.
  • Mejorar tu inglés a través de una inmersión total en la vida cotidiana local.
  • Adaptarte a una cultura distinta y ser capaz de apreciar las diferencias.
  • Adquirir experiencias laborales que te van a ser muy útiles para tu futuro profesional y personal.
  • Una ventaja enorme en tu carrera al fortalecer tu CV.
  • Mejorará tu perspectiva de carrera a través de aprender las prácticas de trabajo americanas.
  • Oportunidad de crear redes sociales y profesionales.
  • La experiencia de vivir la cultura americana de primera mano, no sólo a través de un estereotipo de los medios de comunicación.
  • Una aventura cultural irrepetible en un inmenso y bonito país.
  • Vivir de los ingresos propios y aprender a gestionar tu propio presupuesto.

 

¿Qué tipos de empleos se ofrecen?

  • Cashier: Uses a cash register to charge guests in cafeteria restaurants or in retail stores.
  • Chambermaid: Clean guest rooms, make beds, replace linens and towels.
  • Child Care Attendant: Attends to the needs and safety of children.
  • Children’s Ski School: Working with children in the ski school.
  • Cook: Works in kitchen, cooking food, cleaning, preparing meals.
  • Custodian: Cleaning facilities; mopping, washing, tidying up.
  • Day Care: Takes care of children during the day, while parents are busy.
  • Day/Night Auditor: Verifies accounts and financial records.
  • Dining Room Server: Serves customers, often in a fine dining setting, by taking orders and serving food and drinks.
  • Dishwasher: Washes dishes, silverware and pots.
  • Driver: Transports people or products in a van or car.
  • Food Runner: Brings food to the tables at restaurants or to hotel rooms.
  • Front Desk: Answers questions for guests. In hotels, the front desk handles room assignments and charges.
  • Gift Shop: Works in the gift shop restocking, selling, and working with the cash register.
  • Grounds Work: Works outside to maintain company property. Some landscaping work and some basic fixing and maintenance.
  • Guest Service Attendant: Helps guests with different services that are offered by the company, answers questions.
  • Host/Hostess: Meets and greets guests at a restaurant. Shows guest to their seats.
  • Housekeeper: Clean guest rooms, make beds, replace linens and towels.
  • Janitor: Cleaning facilities; mopping, washing, tidying up.
  • Kitchen Staff: Work in the kitchen, doing different cooking and kitchen duties.
  • Laundry: Wash and dry sheets and towels. Keep clean linens in stock.
  • Lift Attendant: Maintain ski lift is and assist skiers with lifts Lift Operator: Operate ski lifts and tows
  • Line Cook: Working in the kitchen as part of a team of cooks.
  • Maintenance: Doing basic fixing both indoors or outdoors. Some basic cleaning.
  • Office Assistant: Helps in an office; filing, making calls, entering data.
  • Pool Attendant: Generally has various duties around a resorts pool area.
  • Prep Cook: Preparing food, chopping, and getting ingredients ready for the cooks.
  • Receptionist: Answers phones and transfers calls, greets visitors in the reception. Check in / out
  • Rental Shop Cashier: See Cashier
  • Rental Shop Clerk: Assist customers with rental and fitting of ski equipment
  • Reservations: Takes reservations for rooms at hotels, either at front desk or over the phone.
  • Resort Worker: Position will be assigned upon arrival based on the needs of the employer and experience of the participant.
  • Restroom Attendant: Makes sure that the restrooms are clean and neat. Supply napkins and toilet paper.
  • Retail Sales: Selling retail items in stores.
  • Room Service: Serves food in hotels to guests in their hotel room. Ski Instructor: Teach skiing
  • Ski Patrol: Patrol and monitor safety
  • Ski Technician: Adjustment and fitting of ski equipment
  • Slot Representative: Works with gamblers in the slots machines of casinos
  • Snowboard Instructor: Teach snowboarding
  • Snowboard Technician: Adjustment and fitting of snowboard equipment
  • Snow Making Operator: Operate snow making equipment
  • Spa/Kiva Attendant : Works in the spa area, passing out towels and assisting guests.
  • Supply/Grocery Store: Working in a store providing supplies or groceries. Restocking and cash handling.
  • Ticket Checker: Selling tickets for amusements and activities. Collecting tickets.
  • Ticket Sales: Selling ski lift tickets
  • Waiter/Waitress: Serves customers with food and drinks at a restaurant.

¿Cuáles son los trabajos más comunes?

Todo tipo de empleos en distintas áreas: comercial, contable, atención al cliente, recepción y reservaciones, escuela de esquí y snowboard, operaciones en la base de la montaña y medios de elevación, cuidado de niños en resorts, seguridad, servicio y limpieza de cuartos, cocina, bar y lavandería, entre otros.

 

¿Cuántas horas se trabaja?

Depende del empleo; varía entre 30 y 40 horas semanales y generalmente se dispone de dos días libres. Salvo en los centros de esquí.

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