Lansing is the capital of the state of Michigan. Bordering on four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan is divided into Upper and Lower peninsulas by the Straits of Mackinas. Michigan ranks first among the states in production of motor vehicles. The state produces important amounts of iron, copper, iodine, gypsum...Also Michigan have a lot of farms. With all the deadlines and obligations that fill your days, you need to make time to enjoy the simplest of pleasures. Like a sugar-sand beach, forests that explode with the most vibrant of colors, small towns that welcome you more warmly than a summer day and cities that stir your imaginations. Source: http://www.infoplease.com/us-states/michigan.html https://www.visittheusa.com/state/michigan
Leland is a picturesque little village located on a sliver of land between Lake Michigan and Lake Leelanau, on beautiful Leelanau Peninsula, a 25 minute drive north and west of Traverse City. This uncommon and charming village will mesmerize you with its beauty and amenities. Leland’s historical district, known as Fishtown, features rustic shanties and docks reminiscent of life and commercial fishing one hundred years ago. Today, galleries and unique shops fill these shanties, and charter fishing trips and the only public ferry to the popular Manitou Islands depart from those same docks. Sources: http://www.lelandmi.com/fishtown/ http://www.michigan.org/city/leland/
Kitchen help | Bus person | Wait staff | Hostess/Host | Bartenders
Daily duties: Kitchen Help: Kitchen Help may include washing and re-shelving soiled dishware and glassware, emptying garbage, sweeping and mopping floors, wiping down food service tables, cleaning appliances, chopping vegetables, and assisting the cook. The kitchen area, at times will have high humidity and temperatures. Bus Person: this may include clearing and setting tables, mopping floors, helping the wait staff, refilling water glasses, working in the kitchen. Wait Staff: These positions require that you speak excellent English and include waiting on customers, answering questions, writing down lunch and dinner orders, serving food, dealing with U.S. currency, and possibly setting and clearing tables. Hostess/Host: Depending on your English level and the needs of your employer, you may be asked to do hostess duties. Hostess duties may include helping customers, seating them, taking their orders, using a cash register, keep hostess station clean etc.
Accommodation: You will be living in a large house with nine other international students. There are 5 bedrooms, two bathrooms, two large outdoor decks and a gas grill. The house is furnished and is three miles from work and 1/2 a mile from Lake Michigan. $50/week
Food: You can purchase meals at work for $5 a meal. Otherwise you will be responsible for providing your own meals.
Gender: male female
Salary: $3.10 servers/others $9.25 + tips
Start date: 05/15/2019 - 06/01/2019
End date: 09/15/2019 - 10/01/2019
Estimated h/week: 40-60
English rate: 7
Students from Poland, Bulgaria, Serbia, Moldova and Macedonia ETC. Although you will be filling support staff positions, English will still be a fundamental part of your job and so you are encouraged to practice your speaking and comprehension skills as best you can before arriving. All of these positions require standing, bending and walking as well as the possible use of chemical cleaning products. Positions will most likely overlap, be prepared to do all of the above duties. You may be asked to assist in other areas at your employer’s request so please be flexible.