Interns Can Get Paid $7,200 To Work And Live In A Vegas Casino This Summer

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Paid internships are hard to come by, but a Las Vegas casino brand is offering a paid internship where college students can eat and live for free while earning money in a Las Vegas casino this summer.

Station Casinos, a multi-generational family run business for over 40 years, is currently accepting applications for its paid summer Las Vegas casino internship program full of perks. Undergraduate students will have the opportunity to gain real-world industry experience while living and working for one of the best casino companies in Las Vegas.

The 12-week development program will entail a paid stipend of $7,200 ($1,200, paid biweekly) with housing (Red Rock Casino, Green Valley Ranch, Sunset Station, Palace Station) and meals included. The fully immersive program will provide real-world experience from one of the largest employers in Las Vegas and is open to local and national applicants 21 and over.

Interns will gain hands-on experience and day-to-day operational learning within a variety of departments such as marketing, social media / PR, hotel, human resources, casino operations, culinary, food and beverage, and finance.

From working on the casino floor, to attending meetings, to creating and delivering an entire presentation to an executive committee at the end of the program, the company’s summer interns will receive a college internship experience in none other than the entertainment capital of the world.

The program is capped off with a weekly “Think Tank” project where interns collaborate with Station Casinos leaders and operations teams to pitch innovation and strategic plans for the future, according to the casino brand.

Interested candidates for the summer 2021 internship program can find more details and apply at Station Casinos Internship Program.

Applications are accepted until end of March 2021.

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