INTERNeX - Hospitality and Tourism internships in New Zealand

Video and Photos

This is what I did after finishing the program... travel the South Island.
Tongariro Northern Circuit.
The ski area quite close to where I worked.
INTERNeX participant pouring a pint at an Auckland 5 Star Hotel
INTERNeX participant pouring a pint at an Auckland 5 Star Hotel
the housekeeping team at one of our partner hotels
the housekeeping team at one of our partner hotels
View from one of our hotel parter suites
View from one of our hotel parter suites
INTERNeX Lifeguards on the Hospitality and Tourism Program
INTERNeX Lifeguards on the Hospitality and Tourism Program

About

Paid seasonal position in hotels, restaurants, & travel companies.

Work in amazing tourism communities: The Bay of Islands, Rotorua, Taupo, Wanaka, Southern Lakes Region and Queenstown. If you are able to come for a full year we can place you in cities like Auckland. Positions based on experience, attitude, time of year, length of stay, and education.

Staff Accommodation may be available and assistance when it is not.

1. Receive your documents
2. Skype chat about your goals, motivations & requirements
3. We use our extensive local network to find a suitable placement
4. We send you an internship offer that meets your requirements
5. Visa Assistance
6. Extensive Pre-Departure Information
7. We arrange accommodation & transfers
8. Welcome Orientation, social events and trips with other interns
9. An Unforgettable experience
10. International work experience reference and a great story

Questions & Answers

10USD

Reviews

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Happiness
Christine
10/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Great experience in a beautiful location

I was well prepared for the progam as I got a lot of information beforehand and all my questions were quickly answered, everything was well organized. I loved my time there and wouldn't change a thing - my English quickly improved, I learned a lot about hospitality and got to know new people who were all really helpful and made this experience unique. It even helped me decide what I would like to study at some point. Of course, sometimes you have a bad day or you are tired and feel like you can't express yourself in a new language, but everyone was so understanding and I always felt supported. I was always encouraged to ask questions. In my program, the hotel even arranged some activites for me which made me fall in love with New Zealand. I met friends there whom I went travelling with after the program ended. But I also got to know the kiwi culture. This was one of the best experiences I have ever had.