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Internship Opportunities in Glacier & Waterton

Our internship program connects students with a hospitality, culinary or HR focus with real-world experience in their field. These positions are designed not only to fulfill college program requirements, but to provide paid practical experience that compliments theoretical education.

Participants in our internship positions develop a variety of skills that can’t be taught in a classroom, both in terms of technical expertise as well as the all-important soft skills that are the foundation for professional development.

Hospitality Internship

Our hospitality internship positions are the perfect chance for students in hospitality or tourism programs to practice their learned educational skills in a fast-moving hospitality environment. Students are provided with training, supervision and hands-on opportunities to develop a full range of guest service skills in a rotation of roles that include front desk, concierge and housekeeping operations.

Culinary Internship

Culinary internship participants learn from and are mentored by a team of dedicated culinary professionals with decades of combined experience. Interns have the opportunity to move through a complete spectrum of kitchen stations and positions, actively practicing their culinary skills and receiving support and feedback in a full-service kitchen.

People & Culture Internship

As part of a collaborative and professional team, the People & Culture intern is able to develop throughout all stages of seasonal hospitality operations. From onboarding and orientation to employee relations and data management, the P&C intern has the chance to dive deeply into practical experience in all human resources functions.

Internship Programs Perks & Requirements

  • Internships are suited for students with strong communication and interpersonal skills, a guest experience mindset and a desire to learn and grow.
  • On-site housing and meals are available to all interns, as well as other perks and benefits.
  • Internship positions range from 12 to 20 weeks between May and September and require a commitment to the full time period.
  • Interns must be at least 18 years of age and have authorization to work in Canada or the US
  • Interns should provide a letter of recommendation from their academic institution with their application.

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