Presentation on theme: "Hospitality and Culinary Internship Program New York State Office of General Services Andrew M. Cuomo Governor RoAnn M. Destito Commissioner."— Presentation transcript:
Hospitality and Culinary Internship Program New York State Office of General Services Andrew M. Cuomo Governor RoAnn M. Destito Commissioner
Hospitality and Culinary Internship Program About the Opportunity Rotational assignments with Executive Mansion Operations, the OGS Bureau of Food Services, and OGS’ Convention and Cultural Events Office Ability to gain practical experience in a variety of areas including: hospitality management, guest relations, food preparation and production, event planning, contract administration Potential to transition to full-time employment upon graduation
Hospitality and Culinary Internship Program Internship Specifications Unpaid, credit-bearing opportunities Applicants must have completed 30-45 credit hours in Hospitality Management, Culinary Arts, Food Service Administration, or related field All applicants will be required to undergo a background check prior to acceptance Flexibility a must
Hospitality and Culinary Internship Program About the Location The Executive Mansion Since 1875, the New York State Executive Mansion has provided a warm and gracious home to New York’s governors and their families. It is an historic and fascinating house – eclectic in style, rich with tradition, and filled with the echoes of unique personalities and important events from our state’s past. First built as a simple, wood frame Italianate house in 1856, the Mansion experienced a number of transformations before it was rebuilt in 1887 into the Queen Anne style home seen today. Samuel Tilden was the first governor to live in the Mansion in 1875. In 1877, the state purchased the structure and surrounding grounds and it has been home to Governors and their families ever since.
Hospitality and Culinary Internship Program About the Location Bureau of Food Services The OGS Bureau of Food Services develops and administers over 13 food service contracts in 23 cafeterias, restaurants and catering operations in state-owned and leased buildings across the state. Food Services is responsible for the policy and procedures pertaining to food, health, safety and contractual obligations, while enforcing federal, state and local codes, rules and regulations; and acts as the liaison between vendors and building management by assisting tenants in complying with health permits, licenses, insurances and fire safety regulations for all catered events held in OGS buildings. The Bureau’s administrative offices are located in the Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza in downtown Albany.
Hospitality and Culinary Internship Program Application Process Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and copy of their academic transcript to: HRresumes@ogs.ny.gov HRresumes@ogs.ny.gov Submission deadline is 8:00 pm EST, November 16, 2012 Qualified candidates will be notified by email and scheduled for an initial on campus interview during the week of November 26, 2012
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