In Hospitality, it's all about how you apply your knowledge in real-world situations. At JWU, hands-on internships, site visits and group projects are built right into our curriculum — opportunities abound to gain experience and learn from industry experts throughout your studies.
Internships In our structured internship program, get work experience tied to your field of study, and feedback from your faculty and company. Apply your skills, sharpen your expertise and build your professional network while still in school.
Our students have interned at:
Professional Clubs Meet
top employers, swap business cards and explore industry trends at local
and national competitions, conferences and networking events.
Join our organizations, from the
Club Managers Association (CMA) and the National Society of Minorities in
Hospitality (NSMH) to the Society For Foodservice Management (SFM).
Study AbroadSee the world. Get essential, international perspective. Take on companies’ real-world
challenges on an international internship. And study abroad as early as your freshman year in:
Real-World ProjectsReal clients, real deadlines. In Directed Work Experiences
(DWE), work directly with a
client to find creative solutions to their business objectives — whether
it’s bringing in a wedding under budget or organizing a regional
Plan International TripsPlan an international itinerary, and travel to top destinations through our Familiarization (FAM) Trips. In the past decade, JWU students have gone to:
“A regular cubicle, skirt and pumps job just isn’t for me, ” says Bianca. So her MTV internship with Viacom turned out to be the perfect fit. read more
VIDEO: Addy takes you inside One Bal Harbour Resort & Spa, one of Miami's most exclusive hotels. read more
VIDEO: Jesse + Brian take you behind the scenes at Casa de Carabelas, just one of the many pop up restaurants in their Food Service Operations Management class. read more
VIDEO: Sarah's worked NFL, NBA, NHL and now NASCAR events. “Anything you can imagine, I’ve been involved in — that’s because of JWU.” read more