If you are not American, I am sure you have dreamed of training in the United States. I am also sure you gave up when you started to research. You probably faced the regular problems: Don’t have a visa? Don’t know anyone there? How do I start? To sum it up: it’s too difficult. Well, not anymore. Here are the steps for the training position you’ve dreamed of in United States:
1. STEP ONE: UNDERSTANDING HOW
If you are not American and a post-secondary student or recent graduate or you have 5 years of working experience, the fastest and the most comfortable visa for you to learn about American techniques is the J-1 Visa. This visa allows you to receive training in U.S. business practices in work-and study-based exchange visitor programs.
2. STEP TWO: GET YOUR RESUME READY
Create your resume and adapt it to the American system and the job opportunity you want to apply to. Remember, do not include your personal information such as age, marital status or your picture and highlight your relevant qualifications to the position.
3. STEP THREE: CONTACT A SPECIALIZED PROGRAM
To get started you may want to get the assistance of a program. That way, the program can verify that you are eligible before starting the process. One specialized hospitality and culinary program is Chef Training U.S. You are guaranteed that everything will be done well!
4. STEP FOUR: GET ALL THE INFORMATION
The program will provide you with all the information you need (what the requirements are; how long the process takes; what the length of the visa is; how much the process costs) and inform you of the job opportunities they have.
5. STEP FIVE: START APPLYING TO THE JOBS
The program will schedule interviews for you and once you have been selected by a company, they will start processing the visa for you with a designated sponsor to start you dream career.
6. STEP SIX: YOUR ADVENTURE STARTS
The good thing about the program is that you won’t be alone during the processes. They will also help you with your accommodation in the US and with other matters to make your stay as easy as possible.