Lansdowne Resort and Spa Internship applicants must be full-time college students with a high school diploma or equivalent. They must also be a rising junior or senior in the process of completing or have recently completed a program of study in their area of interest or a related discipline.
If you are not eligible to participate in our internship or externship programs, please visit www.lansdowneresort.com/careers to find out about our employment opportunities.
Due to the nature of our business, applicants who wish to participate in the internship programs must be available to work a variety of shifts, including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Additionally, all positions require interns to be available to work full-time hours.
Individuals who wish to be considered for one or more of Lansdowne Resort and Spa’s internship programs must submit an application for employment at www.lansdowneresort.com/careers.
If you are selected to participate in the interview process, a team member from the Human Resources department will contact you via telephone or email. Applicants typically complete a pre-screen interview prior to interviewing with specific department managers. All applicants are notified via email after the final selections have been made.
Internship Program Benefits
Each program offers a unique learning experience through in-depth knowledge and insight on the intricacies of running a resort. Interns have the opportunity to put their hospitality knowledge to practical use assisting in one of the various departments. Interns learn through immersion how their role fits into the greater vision of Lansdowne Resort and Spa.
Internship Programs (12-week minimum commitment):
Front of the House/ Rooms: Interns will spend their program divided between the roles of Front Desk Agent and Guest Services. The intern will shadow Front Office managers and supervisors, attend operational meetings, weekly Banquet Event Order (BEO) meetings, and learn the ins and outs of the Front Office operations.
Recreation: Interns will be trained to become lifeguards, oversee camps, and hold the role of a Recreation Attendant. The intern will shadow Recreation managers and supervisors, attend operational meetings, weekly Banquet Event Order (BEO) meetings, plan and execute team building activities, and learn about our awesome Recreation team.
Food and Beverage: Interns will be exposed to our indoor and outdoor outlets (Coton & Rye, Riverside Hearth, Clubhouse, Poolside Café) within the roles of Server, Bartender (21+), Food Runner, and Host/ess. The intern will shadow Food and Beverage managers and supervisors, attend operational meetings, and delve deeply into the world of Food and Beverage.
This is a PAID internship program!
The internship program also includes:
- College credit (in accordance with university policies)
- Performance feedback
- Professional networking opportunities
- Access to the onsite fitness center, indoor pool, and all fitness classes
- Employee cafeteria where breakfast, lunch, and dinner is served at a great discount
- Generous team member discounts in all outlets
- Capstone Case Study, where interns have the opportunity to exercise strategic thinking, improvisation, and solving skills in a collaborative work effort