Our interns don’t push papers—they learn to push themselves.
If you major in Hospitality, Hotel Management or a related field, chances are you’ll need an internship before earning your degree. An internship with Interstate Hotels & Resorts is a powerful way to learn from industry leaders, build a lasting professional network and gain hands-on experience that will put you a step ahead of your peers when it comes time to compete for a job.
Interstate’s internships provide experiential learning programs in three areas of the business:
- Food and Beverage (rotating through restaurant, beverage, room service, banquet and kitchen operations)
- Rooms Division (rotating through front office, PBX, concierge and housekeeping operations)
- Hotel Operations (rotating through all major hotel departments)
You choose the track that appeals most to your career interests and then follow a challenging rotation to gain experience in all corresponding areas. This well-rounded approach gives ambitious individuals a breadth of knowledge and the support of experienced mentors that is second to none. If you like a challenge and are ready to capitalize on your potential, we invite you to bring your talents to Interstate Hotels & Resorts.
Recruiting has completed for our 2016 Summer internships. Check back here in the fall of 2016 to see our new openings for Summer 2017. For recent graduates interested in starting their careers with Interstate Hotels & Resorts, visit our Early Careers page.
Rooms Division Intern
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Williamsburg
“Interstate is huge but has a small company feel. The corporate executives reach out to you and truly care. They want to talk to you and they are interested about what you have to say, so you never feel like you’re just a number. Everyone I met genuinely wanted to see me succeed.”
Guest Relations Intern
Sheraton Denver Tech Center Hotel
“My team really cared about my professional development. They made time to answer my questions and they challenged me to explore new ideas. I think that is very reflective of Interstate’s culture. I was really allowed to shine!”
Rooms Division Intern
Radisson Resort Orlando-Celebration
“This summer, I was able to be exposed to all aspects of the hotel from sales to housekeeping. I was also able to really understand and work the front desk, which was one of my goals for the summer. Being able to sit in on the meetings between the brand, Interstate, and the operations team at the hotel was also extremely beneficial.”