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RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Misk Foundation is recruiting applicants for a hotel apprenticeship program to be held in Paris in partnership with luxury brand Bvlgari.

The plan will allow a new generation of Saudis to take the reins in the hospitality industry with training at Bvlgari’s Paris hotels.

In a bold Italian-style establishment that offers fine dining and a luxurious spa, Misuku interns will have the opportunity to launch their professional careers and receive full-scope training in all aspects of hospitality.

“The program includes rotation, so they can go to the concierge, front desk, administrative support and work with restaurants,” program manager Jawara Al-Zayeb told Arab News. .

The Misk Traineeship Program has assisted over 4,000 interns since 2018 and works with over 400 leading local and international organizations across a variety of industries to offer internships.

Miske’s team traveled to Paris before Eid to meet with their French partners. As a result, the foundation has expanded into the culinary and hospitality sector.

“Our agreement with Bvlgari is to place the interns on a rolling basis, so when we have the first track, we will relaunch the program six weeks later and have Saudi interns all year round at the Bvlgari Hotel Paris.” said Altayb.

The aim is to enable Saudi youth to engage in cultural exchanges and acquire valuable professional hospitality skills, which is in line with the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

“Because we also target people interested in the hospitality industry, we also have an obligation to feed back into the Saudi economy and develop the human capital of the tourism industry, preferably with full-time opportunities in multiple regions. We want to offer it in Saudi Arabia,” Al-Seib said.

Located in the heart of Paris’ Golden Triangle, the hotel is paid for with the help of renowned Italian chef Niko Romito, behind Il Ristorante – Niko Romito, which has stores in Dubai, Beijing, Shanghai, Milan and Paris. offers internships. .

Romito passes on his menu and skills to Misk’s intern. BvlgariHe was head chef at his three Michelin-starred Reale before gaining expertise at Hotels & Resorts.

Food and Beverage trainees learn kitchen management skills and also receive in-room dining training.

The Rooms Division participates in front office, housekeeping, reservations, butler training, and “delivers the highest level of excellence to all guests” who stay in the hotel’s 76 rooms and suites.

“As a pilot, I think it’s very good to have an eight-week program, so we’re going to be shadowing more of the experts in those areas. But you get experience in very good hotels,” said Altheyeb.

This joint program accepts fresh graduates from Saudi Arabia in the fields of restaurant or food service, hotels or resorts, tourism and travel, hospitality management or management. Applicants must be fluent in English and/or French or Italian.

The application deadline is August 13th. The internship program will run for two months from October 17th to December 17th.

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