Food & Beverage Internships

Wages/Work Week Interns are paid an hourly rate and overtime for any hours over 40 in a work week and are expected to work weekends and holidays. Housing Furnished apartments (single-gender) near the Club are available and are located close to shopping, restaurants, etc. Each intern will be responsible for a refundable $100 security deposit and a $150 rental fee per bi-weekly pay period. The rental fee includes major utilities, but cable, telephone, and internet service are the responsibility of the interns. Other Benefits Interns will be supplied uniforms, lunch and/or dinner during shifts, and educational opportunities. To Apply Visit www.theccv.org, complete the online application, and attach a resume About Richmond Richmond is known as a great place to live, with mountains, beaches, and the nation’s capital each within a two- hour drive. Ranked #24 in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Places to Live in the USA,” Richmond is the only city in America with whitewater rapids running through its downtown district. The metro area features more than two dozen craft beer breweries, with countless wineries nearby as well. Numerous museums, festivals every month of the year, and Civil War historical sites round out the local attractions. “The Country Club of Virginia’s team welcomed me with open arms, and provided me with amazing hands-on experience. My time at The Country Club of Virginia surpassed my expectations, and allowed me to progress not just as an individual, but also as a Hospitality Professional. I am thankful for my experiences and connections that I made during my time at CCV, and would recommend this internship to anyone with a drive to succeed, and a passion for Hospitality.” Morgan Arnold Florida State University Dedman School of Hospitality, Global Club Management “In the summer of 2017 I had the pleasure of participating in a rotational Food & Beverage Internship at The Country Club of Virginia. Throughout my internship I worked with various managers and staff members to help sustain a successful food and beverage operation at the club. This internship allowed me to hone my skills, especially in areas I was most interested in, practice managing a large staff, experience various facets of a large scale food and beverage operation, and perform hands-on tasks with experienced, like-minded people. The internship has also given me clarity about what track I am determined to pursue after graduation.” Kirsten Moler James Madison University Testimo ials

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