Where We Are in the Process

June thru

US + CANADA


SEPTEMBER: Accepting Voyage applications (Note: internships are not posted until December). Conducting campus interviews.

OCTOBER: Accepting Voyage applications (Note: internships are not posted until December). Conducting campus interviews.

NOVEMBER: Conducting final Voyage interviews. Offers made on a rolling basis.

DECEMBER: Hotel & corporate internship jobs posted.

Asia Pacific (APEC)


SEPTEMBER: Voyage and internship jobs posted.

OCTOBER: Accepting Voyage & internship applications. Conducting campus interviews.

NOVEMBER: Conducting Voyage & internship final interviews.

DECEMBER: Voyage & internship offers for Jan/ Feb & July/Aug hires.
Job close.

Caribbean & Latin America


SEPTEMBER: Process varies by hotel as Voyagers & interns are hired opportunistically throughout the year.

OCTOBER: Process varies by hotel as Voyagers & interns are hired opportunistically throughout the year.

NOVEMBER: Process varies by hotel as Voyagers & interns are hired opportunistically throughout the year.

DECEMBER: Process varies by hotel as Voyagers & interns are hired opportunistically throughout the year.

China (Greater China)


SEPTEMBER: Voyage jobs posted. Accepting Voyage applications. Conducting campus road shows.

OCTOBER: Accepting Voyage applications. Conducting campus road shows.

NOVEMBER: Accepting Voyage applications. Conducting Voyage interviews.

DECEMBER: Conducting Voyage final interviews.

Europe


SEPTEMBER: Voyage jobs posted.

OCTOBER: Campus presentations and career days. Screening applicants. Posting additional Voyage jobs.

NOVEMBER: Campus presentations and career days. Screening applicants. Posting additional Voyage jobs.

DECEMBER: Screening applicants and conducting interviews.

Middle East & Africa


SEPTEMBER: Voyagers start.

OCTOBER: Voyage jobs begin accepting applications.

NOVEMBER: Accepting Voyage applications. Conducting interviews.

DECEMBER: Conducting Voyage final interviews. Offers made.

Recruitment + Interview Tips

  1. Campus Events

    Attend any Career Fairs and presentations hosted by our industry professionals and network as much as possible.

  2. Professionalism

    Arrive early and be professional. Double-check the time, date, and location of your interview. Dress and act like you’re ready to be part of a business environment.

  3. Preparation

    Prepare to answer questions in the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) format.

  4. Examples

    Make a list of the skills and/or experiences required for the job you are applying for. Then, consider specific examples of times that you displayed those skills. This will help you prepare for your STAR interview.

  5. Leadership

    Be a leader. Share examples of your life that you feel could apply in a business setting.

  1. Problem Solve

    Think through ways you have worked through a challenge on a project or in a volunteer setting. How did you prioritize and connect with people to get the project complete? How did you overcome hurdles? What did you do to accomplish your goals?

  2. Relationships

    Be a people person. How have you helped build relationships? Are you particularly good at working with others even when they have differing opinions? Make sure to have a few examples you can speak to.

  3. The Company

    Research the company online, talk to peers and mentors about their experience with the company.

  4. Questions

    Ask smart questions. Show your enthusiasm and your commitment to the position. Bring questions you have about the position, the program, or a specific brand or area of the business you would like to know more about.

  5. Interview

    Increase your knowledge of STAR interviewing.

STAR Interviewing


We use the STAR behavioral interviewing process. Follow these tips to craft your stories in your interview.

SITUATION
Build your story (who, what, when, where).

TASK
Explain the problem, job, assignment, or task that was presented to you in the situation.

ACTION
What steps did you take? Who did you talk to? What was your reasoning? What was your decision making process?

RESULT
What was the outcome of the action you took?

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