Club Management Internships
The Country Club is seeking to hire highly motivated interns for an internship program learning from the professional management team consisting of:
Mr. David Chag, CCM, General Manager, Graduate of The University of Houston
Ms. Kristen LaCount, CCM, Assistant General Manager, Graduate of Johnson & Wales University
Mr. Mark Krebs, Director of Club Operations, Graduate of University of Wisconsin - Stout
Ms. Emily Goldman, Assistant Manager, Graduate of University of New Hampshire
Ms. Morgan West, Assistant Manager, Graduate of University of Delaware
Mr. Chris Metz, Assistant Manager, Graduate of University of Massachusetts Amherst
Students in a hospitality program who have at least completed their sophomore year, however, we encourage freshmen to apply for other positions at The Country Club.
Interns will work at The Country Club for a period of three months, during the summer, or longer if available. Interns average thirty-five to forty-five hours per week, depending on business. The Country Club will work with the candidates concerning start and ending dates. The Country Club also offers internships outside of the normal program and for longer periods of time.
What to Expect:
The Country Club will provide a professional food service and club atmosphere in which you will have many opportunities to learn both the business and management aspects of the private club industry.
The program also requires attendance at Professional Development Seminars discussing management issues. Interns are also asked to attend as many of the weekly food & beverage meetings as possible, as well as any impromptu management and planning meetings. Tours of purveyors and or other local and city country clubs will be scheduled, based upon availability.
- Excellent internship wages
- The Country Club offers low rent housing if needed
- Three meals per day
- Holiday pay on certain holidays
- A great work environment and fair schedule
Are You Ready?
We hope you will take the internship as seriously as we do. The Country Club welcomes any constructive criticism you may have at the end of your internship to help improve the program. Our hope is for students to take away a learning experience that will help better your career.