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methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
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methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
methods in which individuals may finance his or her tuition
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  • 1. Scholarship JANUS
  • 2.  Stephanie Roper  Suzette Bethune  Carlton Green  Esworth Marshall  Demetric Stephenson
  • 3. Janus International Hospitality Student Exchange has extensive experience serving the staffing needs of the hospitality industry. As a U.S. State Department Designated J-1 Sponsor Agency, they have established a network of overseas Partner Agencies to offer of their clients a specialized solution to meeting the Summer, Winter and Spring seasonal staffing requirement of their hospitality business.
  • 4. Cont’d This solution is the J-1 Work and Travel Program visa, which allows international college students to visit and work legally in the U.S. for a period of up to 4 months. Janus International handles all details of international recruitment, interviews, selection and orientation of J1 participants that are perfect for seasonal hotel, restaurant and theme park jobs.
  • 5. Cont’d Through their exclusive focus on hospitality-oriented J-1 applicants, Janus clients report significant increases in staff productivity and customer service levels..
  • 6. Cont’d This is achieved through our hospitality experience (Janus is managed by former Hotel and Restaurant General Managers) and an extensive J-1 screening and approval process, as well as the enthusiastic interest and motivation of their international college-educated participants to visit and work in the United States during their semester break between school years at their overseas university.
  • 7. Cont’d Janus visit over 15 countries annually and conduct over 20 major international Job Fairs to locate the best candidates that have selected Janus International as their U.S. Sponsor Agency to participate in the U.S. “Work and Travel” visa Program.
  • 8. Cont’d Their focus is limited to applicants that meet or exceed the English fluency, experience, skills, presentation and positive attitude standards that are required by the hospitality industry.
  • 9. Job Title: Housekeeping: Housekeeper / Housemen Description: Cleaning hotel guest rooms and public areas of the hotel. Basic English fluency required. Students hired for this department must have no physical limitations, injuries or allergies to cleaning products. Some work in the hotel laundry may be required. Job Title: Front Desk Clerk Description: Register guests in and out of the hotel, make reservations, collect payments and charges and answers telephone inquiries. Excellent English fluency required and some data entry and Receptionist/ Front Desk Clerk experience preferred. Student must be friendly and have professional appearances, with good mathematical skills. Friendly, outgoing personality is extremely important.
  • 10. Job Title: Restaurant Server Description: Waiter/Waitress in hotel dining facility or restaurant. Prior experience and knowledge of restaurant service standards important. Excellent English fluency required due to extensive contact with customers. Job Title: Kitchen Utility / Busser / Dishwasher Description: Clear tables, wash dishes and clean kitchen areas. Basic English fluency required. Students must have no physical limitations, injuries or allergies to cleaning products. Job Title: Cook Description: Most work involves food preparation and service in the kitchen area. Some cooking or food preparation experience preferred. This job may also involve cleaning of food preparation areas. Moderate English fluency required.
  • 11. Job Title: Host / Hostess / Cashier Description: Greets and directs restaurant customers to their table. Provides menus and may take drink orders and serve those before waiter/waitress visits table. Cashiers handle collection of cash/credit card payments, and are responsible for register accuracy. Both positions require a high level of English fluency, due to extensive contact with guests. Job Title: Maintenance Tech Description: Basic room maintenance, landscaping, painting and minor repairs. Some mechanical knowledge and some experience with tools preferred. Experience in painting, carpentry and landscape tasks would be preferred. Good physical condition, and able to work outside in hot or cold weather. Moderate English fluency required.
  • 12.  All Housing is Pre-Arranged by Us In coordination with J-1 employers, Janus International works hard to pre-arrange housing for all Janus-sponsored participants. Most employer housing has been established at affordable rates of $11.00 + tax per day. Some employers also add discounted meal plans or other options. Typically, all rooms are furnished and include a separate bathroom. Most housing includes cable TV, telephone access, microwave and/or refrigerator, utilities, internet access, linens, towels, air conditioning, swimming pool and other amenities, depending on the location.
  • 13. Cont’d  Free or Low-Cost Transportation to Your Job Janus will coordinate arrangements with you for transportation from the nearest bus station or airport, so you can reduce travel costs. You will receive an email with details on getting to your housing and job. Most housing is located at or very close to our hotels, and you can walk, ride a bike or take a low-cost shuttle or bus to work. Janus also help you in arranging transportation to the Social Security office.
  • 14. Locations of Janus employers                  Virginia Pennsylvania Ohio Maryland Tennessee Florida Wisconsin Washington Kansas West Virginia New York Texas South Carolina Montana Wyoming North Dakota New Jersey
  • 15. A scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further his or her education. Scholarships are awarded based upon various criteria, which usually reflect the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award. Scholarship money is not required to be repaid.
  • 16. Academic Scholarships Academic scholarships are also often referred to as merit scholarships; though a merit scholarship can mean anything that has some level of contest to it. These are for the students with the 4.0 GPAs, years as part of several extracurricular activities and the well-rounded applications. They typically have the highest payouts and are considered very prestigious as they are often national awards. Average Academic Performance Scholarships If that first category nearly scared you away, don’t run off so soon! Even if your grades aren’t the best, there are plenty of scholarships meant for you as well. Average student scholarships do take academics into consideration, but focus on other factors as well, such as community service, leadership, the strength of your essay, etc.
  • 17. Cont’d Athletic Scholarships For students with strong academics and physical skills, athletic scholarships are the way to go. There is practically a scholarship for every single sport, from volleyball to football; gymnastics to cheerleading. So, if you excel in anything physical, you should definitely pursue an athletic scholarship. Scholarships for Minorities There are also many scholarships for minorities available. Some of these are general and for all minorities as a collective whole, while others are catered to individual ethnic groups. It is also a good idea to apply for a minority scholarship if you are part or fully of a certain ethnicity. You will get to represent your culture and possibly win money.
  • 18. Cont’d Creative Scholarships For those artistic at heart, there are creative scholarships available to help you pursue your passion. Art scholarships, music scholarships and even dance scholarships usually involve an audition of some sort, and can help you get through art school or an art program at a university. Regardless of your creative field, you can rest assured that there is a scholarship out there just for you. However, it is your job to find it and to apply! Community Service Scholarships Community service scholarships are fantastic for those that love to give to others and give back to their communities. If you already perform a lot of community service, then a scholarship in this vein may be perfect for you. There is also the Federal Work Study program, which awards a percentage of their funding to students performing community service activities. It may be a viable option for you if you were planning on using work-study as a means of paying for college anyway.
  • 19. o The W.I. Alumina Company Scholarship o The Coca Cola (Jamaica) Scholarship o The Douglas Orane Scholarship o The Grace Kennedy Foundation o The CHAOS Memorial Grant o The Capital & Credit Merchant Bank Scholarship o The Louise Bennett Coverly Memorial Scholarship o Carreras Scholarship
  • 20. o Ministry of Education Tertiary Scholarships o The Ms. Esmie L. Walters Scholarship o Pocket Rocket Foundation Scholarships o Jamaica Energy Partners Scholarships o Scotiabank Jamaica Foundation scholarships o NCB Foundation Scholarships o JNBS Annual University Scholarships o Digicel Foundation Scholarships
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