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Food and Beverage Attendant: I Still Have to do My Side Work

food and beverage jobs

Whether you work the lunch shift, dinner shift, or a dreaded double at an American restaurant you know that the money you take home depends entirely on the people you are serving and how generous they feel. You can be the best server at your restaurant and you still have no way of knowing how much money you are going to leave with. (And don’t even get us started on pooling tips! Why should you have to share your hard earned money with someone who doesn’t know the difference between ranch and blue cheese dressing?) After 10% to the bar staff, 10% to the bussers what’s left for you? (more…)

Conference and Events Assistant

Job title: Conference and Events Assistant
Pay: $1500 AUD per month (Internship Stipend)
Where: Tasmania, Australia
Start date: No later than mid-October 2014
Duration:  6 months
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Looking forward to a day where you can put your experience and skills into: conference and event management, product presentations, advertising and building up relationships with partners all around the world?! You just found yourself the perfect internship!


Marketing Coordinator

Marketing Coordinator
Job title: Marketing Coordinator
Pay: $1500 AUD per month (Internship Stipend)
Where: Melbourne, Australia
Start Date: No later than October 2014
Duration: 6 months
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Looking forward to a dynamic day where you apply your experience and skills to: manage clients, develop digital marketing campaigns, create social media content and learn lots about marketing and creating opportunities…all while in a energetic, fun and hardworking company with clients all over Australia?? This is YOUR DREAM JOB! (more…)

Cultural Exchange in Texas

Cultural Exchange in Action

cultural exchange

On July 15, 2014 our local AAG Support Services Staff in Galveston, Texas hosted a Fun Day at the Beach. It included everything from participating in Beach Olympic, volunteerism by spending time to clean up the public beaches, and ending the day with learning how to make campfire S’mores. The participants truly had a great time at the beach. There was even a large waterslide for all to enjoy! In addition, all participants that attended received a goodie bag, with items provide by Galveston Visitor Bureau, and one free ticket to either Schlitterbahn or Pleasure Pier which were donated by our host companies. Fisherman’s Wharf, a local eatery and host company, provided shrimp and fish po’boys, and the San Luis Hotel provided dessert trays of cookies. (more…)

Labor Day - September 1, 2014

labor day

As you know, Labor Day is considered a national holiday and traditionally represents the end of summer. The holiday at the core signifies the national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our country. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882 in New York City, in accordance with the plans of the Central Labor Union. Here are some things you might not know and encourage you pass along to our international participants. (more…)

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