Concord the capital city of the state of New Hampshire. Abundant water power turned New Hampshire into an industrial state, the most important products are electrical. Also because of New Hampshire's scenic and recreational resources, tourism now brings over $3.5 billion into the state annually. New Hampshire may look small, but its diverse regions offer a variety of destinations and attractions - from historic river valleys to the soaring peaks of the highest mountains. Roads lined with stone walls lead to quintessential New England villages, miles of scenic forests and parks, inviting lakes, picture - postcard rural landscapes and a wealth of outdoor recreation opportunities. Source: http://www.infoplease.com/us-states/new-hampshire.html https://www.visittheusa.com/state/new-hampshire
Concord is the capital city of the U.S state of New Hampshire and the county seat of Merrimack County. As of the 2010 census, its population was 42,695. Concord has many landmarks and other tourist attractions. The New Hampshire State House, designed by architect Stuart Park and constructed between 1815 and 1818, is the oldest state house in which the legislature meets in its original chambers. The building was remodeled in 1866, and the third story and west wing were added in 1910. Located directly across from the State House is the Eagle Hotel on Main Street, which has been a downtown landmark since its opening in 1827. U.S Presidents Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford Hayes, and Benjamin Harrison all dined there, and Franklin Pierce spent the night before departing for his inauguration. Other well-known guests included Jefferson Davis, Charles Lindbergh, Eleanor Roosevelt, Richard M. Nixon (who carried New Hampshire in all three of his presidential bids), and Thomas E. Dewey. The hotel closed in 1961. South from the Eagle Hotel on Main Street is Phenix Hall, which replaced "Old" Phenix Hall, which burned in 1893. Both the old and new buildings featured multi-purpose auditoriums used for political speeches, theater productions, and fairs. Abraham Lincoln spoke at the old hall in 1860; Theodore Roosevelt, at the new hall in 1912. North on Main Street is the Walker-Woodman House, also known as the Reverend Timothy Walker House, the oldest standing two-story house in Concord. It was built for the Reverend Timothy Walker between 1733 and 1735. On the north end of Main Street is the Pierce Manse, in which President Franklin Pierce lived in Concord before and following his presidency. The mid-1830s Greek Revival house was moved from Montgomery Street to North Main Street in 1971 to prevent its demolition. Beaver Meadow Golf Course, located in the northern part of Concord, is one of the oldest golf courses in New England. Besides this golf course, other important sporting venues in Concord include Everett Arena and Memorial Field. The SNOB (Somewhat North Of Boston) Film Festival, started in the fall of 2002, brings independent films and filmmakers to Concord and has provided an outlet for local filmmakers to display their films. SNOB Film Festival was a catalyst for the building of Red River Theatres, a locally owned, nonprofit, independent cinema in 2007. The SNOB Film Festival is one of the many arts organizations in the city. Other sites of interest include the Capitol Center for the Arts, the New Hampshire Historical Society, which has two facilities in Concord, the Steeplegate Mall on Loudon Road, and the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, a planetarium named after Christa McAuliffe, the Concord teacher who died during the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster in 1986. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concord,_New_Hampshire
Servers, Kitchen Help.
Daily duties: Kitchen help - helping in the kitchen, prep cooking, cleaning etc. Servers - serving the food to the tables, taking orders etc.
Accommodation: $75.00 per week , all included. Housing is on site.
Food: Full board is provided while doing a full shift, if not full shift 50% discount on all meals.
Accept couples: Yes.
Accept friends: Yes.
Gender: male female
Salary: $7.25+ tips
Start date: 05/01/2019 - 06/15/2019
End date: 09/01/2019 - 10/01/2019
Estimated h/week: 32+
English rate: 8.
Attention: English skills.
Requirements: 2-3 students arriving in May staying until September, other ones arriving later and staying until the end of September or beginning of October.