Jason's Deli offers students and graduates the opportunity to gain valuable experience and develop skills. Not only do graduates have the opportunity to join our "best in class" manager-in-training program, but current students can take advantage of our hands-on management internship. If you have a passion for serving employees and customers, and want to grow with our company, we want to talk with you!
Interns receive hands-on knowledge, on-site work experience and insight into our company’s operational philosophy and corporate culture. Interns will be introduced to a variety of company functions, including:
- Store operations
- Multi-unit management
- Human resources and recruiting
- Marketing and advertising
- Corporate functions
Internships are paid and last 10 weeks. Candidates must be a junior or senior hospitality management (or related) major. Living expenses and travel assistance are available.
"I began with Jason's Deli after graduating from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management, along with a Minor in global Business. I began in the Washington, DC market where I was given the resources, feedback, and opportunity to quickly move into a General Manager role. After 5 years of growing my business knowledge and leadership experience, I was provided another opportunity to move my career to the Chicago market, and am currently a Managing Partner role within Jason's' Deli." - Bryce Laumann, Managing Partner, Virginia Tech
"I attended Johnson and Wales University for Food Service Management, and completed an internship during my senior year. After graduation, I was welcomed back into a company that showed me that dedication to making every customer happy and hard work leads to great success. Over my six years with the company, Jason's Deli has helped me grow into my current role as Managing Partner." - Rebecca Gerringer, Managing Partner, Johnson and Wales University
"I completed the internship program the summer before I graduated. Working through the program gave me the tools I needed to transition into a full time management position. I returned after my last semester at school and have been using the information I learned to continue growing in my career." - Steve Moylett, Assistant Manager, University of Delaware
Auburn, DePaul, Florida State, Georgia Sotuthern, Johnson and Wales, Kansas State, Michigan State, New Mexico State, Northern Arizona, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Texas Tech, University of Central Florida, University of Delaware, University of Houston, University of Massachusetts, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, University of North Texas, University of South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Western Illinois