Meet Me in Internship: Year 2 Students’ First Internship Started
During the summer vacation, Year 2 students started their first internship to improve professional skills and comprehensive competencies.
Ms. Wei, director of Career Center and other instructors for internship visited students in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Suzhou, Xi’an and several cities in China Mainland and overseas.
Let’s go check their colorful lives in different positions!
Disneyland Orlando Interns
JW Marriot Beijing Interns
China Tourist Hotels Association Interns
Renaissance Suzhou Hotel Interns
Sofitel Beijing Central Interns
Atlantis Sanya Interns
New World Beijing Hotel Interns
W XIAN Interns
Mandarin Oriental Guangzhou Interns
Le Méridien Xiaojing Bay Interns
Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center Interns
Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai Interns
Aman Fayun Interns
The St. Regis Chengdu InternsWith the instructors companionship, the students quickly fitted into the environment.
Ms. Wei, Director of Career Center (in the Middle) Visited Interns in BVLGARI HOTEL BEIJING
Ms. Wei Visited Interns in Four Seasons Hotel Beijing
Mr. Wu Visited Interns in Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin
Mr. Wang Visited Interns in Landmark Towers Hotel
Front Office, Hilton Beijing Capital Airport“Among over 1500 positions, I picked Front Office in Hilton after looking into hotel’s culture and background. I believe I will be equipped with professional skills and knowledge after six months working here.”
Executive Lounge, Fairmont Beijing“Before Career Day, I got to attend several hotel trips organized by Career Center. Feeling the environment makes us understand the culture better. I had a deep chat with the manager in Fairmont Beijing and learned the development plans for interns. That’s the reason I chose here.”
Among all the interns, we saw three international students. Shin Youngjun
Executive Lounge, Kerry Hotel, Pudong, Shanghai“Shanghai is my dream city. The hotel industry is booming here. I passed the interview after receiving lots of instructions and helps from teacher and classmates. It’s definitely a big challenge but I have the courage to embrace it. Make more friends and improve my speaking. Those are the goals I set for this internship.”
Cheer up, Interns!
By Feng Rui, Career Center
Edited by Gao Yan, Career Center