Great news for Culinary Arts graduates! US Rising Star Chef Scott Boswell will be in Manila on the first week of September 2013 to recruit 25 Interns-Chefs to attend 12-month internship program in a fine dining restaurant situated in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA in cooperation with CIA. Successful applicants will be entitled to receive $13 per hour allowance. Send your resume now to email:
Also, we have a great number of internship opportunities for the hotel and culinary industry than ever before. Have the chance to have an exciting global experience all over USA & Australia in prestigious companies in the hotel and restaurant industry. Some of our host companies are the following:
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Ritz Carlton Hotel
Marriot Memphis and Atlanta Marquis
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Nuvo Hotel and many more...
Slots in these companies are being filled-in every week so we encourage interested applicants to start their application as soon as possible. Successful applicants in USA will be receiving U$8 to U$15 per hour, depending on the qualifications of each candidate. While in Australia's Work and Study program, students will be entitled to receive a stipend ranging from A$14 to A$25 per hour during the internship.
CAREER INTERNSHIP ABROAD (CIA) provides FREE INFORMATION SEMINARS for Culinary Arts, HRM and Tourism students graduates who want to attend USA internships, Australia's Work and Study program and Canada's study with co-op (internship) program.
When: From Monday to Wednesday at 10am
Where: CIA office in Ortigas Center
SIT WITH US and LEARN ABOUT THE PROGRAMS
Have you always wanted to go on a global work experience?
But questions in mind kept stopping you from reaching your dreams?
Your questions will now be answered.
Stop hesitating. Stop holding back. Take action.
Travel. Learn. Earn. Enjoy.
(For those interested to attend, simply let us know
by sending an e-mail to
with your resume attached,
and come to the scheduled date, time, and venue)
Career Internship Abroad
Unit 1901, 19th Floor, Jollibee Plaza Condominium,
Emerald Avenue, Ortigas Business Center, Pasig City,
4774524 / 4774535
CIA President Renato Bueno joined President Benigno Aquino in his State Visit to Australia and New Zealand on October 21 to October 26, 2012. . In New Zealand, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and Philippines President Benigno Aquino have signed a formal agreement to allow Filipinos access to the New Zealand Working Holiday Visa program.
The Philippines will become the latest country to join the New Zealand Working Holiday Visa program.
The New Zealand Working Holiday Visa program allows holders to live and work in the country for up to 12 months, 23 months for UK citizens; until now the program has been limited to 39 countries, including the US, the UK and Ireland.
At a joint press conference between the two leaders, Mr Key said 100 visas would be initially made available to Filipino citizens aged between the ages of 18 and 30 and represented an important step in relations between the two Pacific nations.
The agreement will also see 100 visas made available for New Zealand citizens to live and work in the Philippines under similar conditions.
"We look forward to working even more closely in the future," said Mr Key, a sentiment which was echoed by President Aquino.
"We are on the same side on so many different issues."
The Memorandum of Understanding signed by the two leaders also included a formal defence co-operation arrangement, which was described by the Mr Key as a formalisation of the status quo, as well as a commitment to work together on geothermal energy agreements.
President Aquino said the agreement would bring the people of both countries closer together and enhance cultural understandings and similarities.
The New Zealand Visa Bureau is an independent migration consultancy that specialises in helping people apply for a New Zealand Working Holiday Visa.
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