If you are interested in gaining practical experience in your field of study, we offer you two programs that allow you to improve your academic and professional qualifications – Professional Practice / Training in America:

  • Internship (J-1 Program) Professional practice in America
  • Training (J-1 Program) Professional development in America

As a participant in these programs, you will have the opportunity to work for American companies and gain international work experience, which can open many doors for you in the future. You will also get to know the American way of life and make money at the same time. You can apply at any time of the year, the internship program (INTERNSHIP) can last up to 12 months and the professional development program (TRAINING) up to 18 months.

Here you can download the MANUAL for the Internship and Training program in the USA

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INTERNSHIP PROGRAM – Professional practice in America

The internship program (professional internship program in America) is intended for final year students or freshly graduated students (up to one year from graduation). Participants have the opportunity to work in American companies, in paid internship positions and have the opportunity to gain practical experience in the field of studies. Attendees will be able to improve their language skills by interacting with associates, company clients, or other interns. After the program, participants have an additional 30 days of the so-called “grace period”. During this period, students cannot work, so this is the best time to explore other parts of the United States. The duration of the program is up to 12 months.

TRAINING PROGRAM – Professional development in America

Qualified participants can work for up to 18 months anywhere in the United States, in approved companies that conduct the Training Program (professional development program in America). This program and the visa that accompanies it (J1 visa) is NOT a long-term job and allows participants to gain practical experience and guidance in areas relevant to either their study program or current area of ​​employment.

Positions in Internship and Training programs

  • Software Development
  • Network Engineering
  • Web Design and Development
  • Marketing
  • Business Administration
  • Construction
  • Hospitality, Culinary and Tourism
  • Graphic Design
  • International Trade
  • Accounting
  • Architecture
  • Agriculture


In this option, the sponsor finds you your place of internship or training. The applicant may or may not accept the offer and in that case is waiting for the next job interview option. Please note that our sponsor will do everything in his power to find an offer in accordance with your wishes and affinities, but also that the sponsor will not always be able to respond to all your wishes.

Contact us for program prices and currently open positions.

What is included in the price of this option:

  • Providing paid internships in your profession
  • Interview with our sponsors
  • Health insurance for the duration of the program (this insurance does not cover your travel month)
  • 24/7 support for the duration of the program
  • Agency service
  • Initial English language proficiency testing
  • 4G SIM USA card

What is NOT included in the price of the program:

  • Airline ticket to the USA (as program participants you will be offered privileged transport prices that we provide thanks to long-term cooperation with airlines)
  • US Embassy Interview Expenses ($ 160)
  • SEVIS program costs ($ 220)
  • Accommodation and food costs during your stay in the USA


In this option, the applicant finds a company or association that will accept him / her for the Internship or Training program. This option emphasizes that all participants are responsible for their accommodation. Program participants are required to submit accommodation information to their coordinators within 48 hours of arrival at a valid SEVIS.

Contact us for program prices.

What is included in the price of this option:

  • Health insurance for the duration of the program (this insurance does not cover the month intended for travel)
  • 24/7 support for the duration of the program
  • Agency service
  • 4G SIM USA card

What is NOT included in the price of the program:

  • Airline ticket to the USA (as program participants you will be offered privileged transport prices that we provide thanks to long-term cooperation with airlines)
  • US Embassy Interview Expenses ($ 160)
  • SEVIS program costs ($ 220)
  • Accommodation and food costs during your stay in the USA.

STEP 1 – Online application

Registration for the program is done directly from the American Adventure site. You can find the link here. In order for your application to be registered as an Internship / Trainee in the “Student Data” section, under “Current year of study”, select Intern / Trainee.
Upon receipt of the application, you will be contacted by an American Adventure representative who will be in charge of running your application until the time of obtaining the visa. The application package with documentation, contract and brochure will be sent to you by email.

STEP 2 – Documentation

The applicant applies for the desired program and submits the following documentation:

  • Certificate from the court that he is not under criminal proceedings (Serbian and English),
  • Certificate from the faculty on acquired knowledge or certificate on student status (Serbian and English),
  • Motivational letter,
  • A copy of the first page of the passport and all US visas,
  • Copy of SSN (if the student was in the USA),
  • Recommendation from the professor from the faculty, all certificates with which he would complete his biography,
  • Recommendation from the employer (if the candidate was employed).

If you have any doubts or questions about how to write a good CV or cover letter, American Adventure representatives will be at your disposal. You will be informed shortly whether your specific requirements are feasible and whether you should provide additional information.

STEP 3 – Screening and job interview

Representatives of sponsoring agencies will schedule a Skype interview and test your knowledge of English. Based on this interview, the sponsoring agency will create an image of you and form a plan for your presentation to potential employers. Also, in case of any doubts, the agent of the sponsoring agency will be at your disposal. This will be followed by interviews with employers and the process of finding employment.

STEP 4 – Job Hunting

When the sponsoring agency finds a potential employer, you will be invited for an interview with him. It usually takes about 3 rounds of conversation until the final answer is reached as to whether you have been accepted to the position or not. It is not uncommon for multiple interviews to take place in parallel. Some employers also require the creation of a video CV, with the help of our representatives.


STEP 5 – Preparation of sighting documentation

After a positive response from the employer, the sponsoring company creates your internship-training plan. From now on, things are going pretty fast and you’re ready to aim soon. After sighting, all we have to do is find you a suitable airline ticket and you are ready.

In order to be considered for a J-1 visa, an applicant must meet the following conditions:

  • If candidate is very close to graduate studies OR  graduated less than a year ago (Internship program – Professional Practice in America),
  • If candidate has a University degree and at least one year of paid work experience in the profession, which he studied,  outside the United States or 5 years of paid related work experience gained outside the United States and a high school diploma (Training program – Professional development in America),
  • A certain level of knowledge of English (which depends on the requirements of employers, preferable Intermediate or higher).
  • The participant must be between 22-36 years old (30 years old is limit for Internship program and 36 is limit for Training program).

Can I participate in a professional development program in the USA even though I have participated in another J-1 program in the past?

If you have been to the Work and Travel Program, Au Pair Program or Academic Year Program, you have the right to apply for the Internship or Training program. If you have been a participant in the Internship / Training program, you need to take a break for over 2 years before re-applying for the program.

Are there visa restrictions related to the length of stay in the United States?

The duration of these programs varies from 6 to 18 months and these programs can start at any time of the year. there is no set time to apply for the Internship and Training program. A participant in this program is issued a J-1 visa, which does not allow international participants to change their chosen employer or extend their training for more than 18 months. You will be issued a J-1 visa by the exact date shown on your DS 2019 form (your legal training length). Also, when entering the United States, you will be required to complete an I-94 form showing the last day by which you can be in the United States under a J-1 visa. Compared to the dates shown on the DS2019 form you have plus 30 days of the tourist period provided for travel.

Can I extend my internship program?

The Internship / Training Program is suspended by the date shown on the DS 2019 form. Once DS 2019 is released and you enter the US you cannot renew the program beyond the date shown on the DS 2019 form.

Can I continue my professional development program during the 30 days of the tourist period?

NOT. Once the date with DS 2019 expires, you are no longer sponsored for the professional development program and cannot continue with the program. You have the option of either returning home or staying in the U.S. for an additional 30 days beyond the expiration of the DS date but those days are reserved for travel only. If you wish to stay in the United States for more than 30 days to travel without the approval of the program, you must contact the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) office and request a change of visa to a B-2 tourist visa. You will need to complete the INS Form I-539 and pay $ 75. INS recommends that you submit your tourist visa application 45 days before the expiration of your J-1 visa.

In cooperation with our sponsors, we have the opportunity to offer you offers for J1 Internship. We offer programs from various fields such as hospitality, gastronomy, IT sector, marketing, accounting, agriculture, graphic design and many others.

Culinary Internship Program / San Francisco, CALIFORNIA

Training Duration: 12 months
Hours: 32-40 hours per week
Compensation: $16.00 per hour
Housing: not provided
Number of Position Offered: 3

Host Company Description:

This fine dining restaurant is located in the heart of San Francisco. It is classified as an upscale New American eatery with an extensive wine list, banquette seating & Embarcadero views and above average menu price. The restaurant offers a seasonal menu inspired by fresh ingredients sourced from the weekly Farmer’s Market. The restaurant is a popular destination for business people and corporate events. The participant selected for this program will receive a skills assessment and be rotated through various kitchen operations to gain a greater understanding of efficient kitchen management at a fine dining restaurant.

Position Description:

  • Learn all aspects of high volume food service in a fine dining environment
  • Assist in preparing food for service (e.g. chop vegetables, butcher meat, or prepare sauces)
  • Assist in preparing menu items under supervision
  • Advance management skills and supervisory duties

Applicant Qualifications:

  • To apply for the Internship program, you must be culinary, hospitality or restaurant management undergraduate student OR a recent graduate starting the program within 12 months of graduation.
  • To apply for the Trainee program, you must hold a culinary, hospitality or restaurant management degree and have at least 1 year of work experience in a related field OR be a career professional of 5 or more years of experience
  • Good English is required
  • Must have some prior culinary work experience

How to Apply:

  1. Submit a professional resume with a professional photograph
  2. Indicate availability dates (start and end dates)
  3. Indicate this offer number and title

Event management Internship / Temple House / MIAMI BEACH

Organization Name Address Suite
Temple House, The 1415 EUCLID AVE
City State And ZIP Code Website URL
Employer ID Number (EIN) Exchange Visitor Hours Per Week Compensation
651307081 40 $10 per Hour
Workers’ Compensation Policy Does your Workers’ Compensation policy cover exchange Visitors?
Exempt No
Number of FT Employees Onsite Annual Revenue
6 $0 to $3 Million


Washington Plaza Hotel, D.C. /

Internship program 12 months

Training program 18 months.

FRONT DESK  participants

FOOD AND BEVERAGE participants

Discover the modern elegance of the newly-renovated Washington Plaza. A balance of cosmopolitan sophistication and casual grace, our resort-like hotel offers spacious, boutique accommodations in an ideal location setting.   Located downtown on Thomas Circle, our hotel sits in the city’s trendiest neighborhood, and is only minutes from the iconic attractions of the Nation’s Capital. Lounge by our beautifully-landscaped pool, a design highlight of the hotel’s world-famous architect, Morris Lapidus. Enjoy innovative American fare dining at 10 Thomas Restaurant, a favorite of both guests and discerning DC residents, or plan your next business meeting or wedding in our 12,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space, immersed in the stylish ambiance of our boutique hotel.

Data Analytics Internship program / Chicago downtown Oak Brook offices

Internship program 12 months

Training program 18 months

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