What We Do

We provide an "All Inclusive" service to our Host Companies whereby we help with every step of the process from placement in one of our Host Company properties to issuance of the necessary visa and medical insurance documents to support during the participant's arrival and stay in America.

We have a Host Company portal on our Database that allows you to track your participant from their first interview with you until their arrival to the property.

Our goal is to ensure a mutually beneficial experience for both the participant and the Host Company.

We have a multi-lingual team (Spanish, French, Japanese, Tagalog, Indonesian and English). The majority of our team has experienced firsthand various cultural exchange programs and are available to help the candidates with any problems they may have adjusting to a new culture and way of life!

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Programs

J1 - 4.5 month to 12 Month Program

Start Dates:
Departments:

All year round.
Food and Beverage
Guest Services
Culinary

J1 Transfers - Route 66

Start Dates:
Departments:

All year round.
Food and Beverage
Guest Services
Culinary

J-1 Work & Travel Program ITN manages three primary Work and Travel Programs. Please note that dates will depend on the participants' summer vacation dates as well as dates outlined by the Department of State.



Start Dates: From March to June

Departments: All departments

Duration: Up to 4 Months


Start Dates: From May to July

Departments: All departments

Duration: Up to 4 Months


Start Dates: From December

Departments: All departments

Duration: Up to 4 Months

Our Clients

How to Manage a Successful J-1 Program?

  • Understand that this is not a work program but a cultural exchange opportunity for both the employees of host companies as well as the Interns/Trainees.
  • The J-1 Program should not displace any American workers.
  • Ensure that Interns/Trainees have sufficient opportunity to be exposed to U.S. customs, culture, methodologies and techniques and that the employer's American staff is exposed to the customs, culture, methodologies and techniques of each Intern/Trainee's home country.
  • Ensure a salary of a minimum of $1,200/month and 32 hours/week.
  • Hospitality programs six months or longer require at least three functional phases or rotations, each lasting no longer than 4 months.
  • It is required that you rotate your participants through the phases indicated on their DS7002/Training Internship Placement Plan during their program and that you have sufficient supervision available in during each phase. Each phase must be significantly different and/or more advanced than the previous phase.