When you graduate from our school, you will be ready to work in any bar, restaurant, hotel, or casino in the world. But we don’t just stop at making you qualified to work – we make sure you get an actual job. Every one of our graduates receives personal, individualized job placement assistance upon successful course completion. And we are so sure that our training is second to none, that we offer our free, guaranteed, lifetime job placement assistance to every graduating student.
Our Job Placement Director, Mazal started with us almost a decade ago. She has developed long-standing relationships with hospitality industry owners and managers throughout the area. This isn’t automated internet “job placement!” Mazal will work with you, individually, to make sure that you and your prospective employers are a good fit for each other. This gives you a much greater chance to land the job YOU want. Our job placement is so successful that:
You are guaranteed to be on your first job interview no later than the Wednesday after you graduate!
1. Dress as a professional – This is the problem that has cost many graduates good jobs. We have had graduates go on interviews in swim trunks and T-shirts. The way to look when you go on an interview counts at least 50% toward your chances of getting the job. When you go on an interview, YOU HAD BETTER LOOK YOUR BEST!
2. Go alone – Don’t take your friends along for moral support; tell them to wait in the car. The manager wants to see you, not your friends.
3. Don’t “Pre-judge” – Outside appearance or area are not necessarily indicators of how busy a place is. Many fine establishments with good earning potential may not be great looking from the outside. Go in, talk with the manager and get a good feel for the place.
4. Don’t make demands – Some people say they must make $100 a night. Don’t ask for special consideration on hours or days off.
5. Don’t be too choosy – When first starting out, you should take any job to gain practical experience. Actual work experience, dealing with real paying customers is invaluable. A few weeks of actual work will be great for your self confidence.
6. Be flexible – To get your first job, you may have to work hours you may not prefer. Even if you have to drive 30-60 minutes to get a job at first, it’s worth it because you’re getting that initial practical experience.
7. Don’t get discouraged – Don’t worry if you haven’t found a job after a few interviews. Each bar is different and may require a certain type of person. Bare in mind there are always places that need bartenders that are your type. It takes time and perseverance to land the right type of job for you.
|Little Caesars Arena||Detroit|
|Melting Pot||Ann Arbor|
|The Circus||Ann Arbor|
|Workforce Network Inc.||Ann Arbor|
|Leo Sports Bar||Brighton|
|Golden Hawk Golf Course||Casco|
|Kelly’s On The Eastside Pub||Clinton Twp|
|Red Bull||Clinton Twp|
|Wildwood Friendly Tavern||Clinton Twp|
|Ambiance Ultra Lounge||Detroit|
|BMG Bar and Grill||Detroit|
|Chix On Dix||Detroit|
|Detroit Seafood Market||Detroit|
|MGM Grand Detroit Casino||Detroit|
|Motor City Casino||Detroit|
|Leo’s Restaurant||Farmington Hills|
|Cascades Sports Grill||Grand Rapids|
|Pins bowling alley||Kalamazoo|
|Ramada Inn Banquet Hall||Lansing|
|The Box Bar||Plymouth|
|Randy’s On The Lake||Pontiac|
|Lynch’s Irish Tavern||Port Huron|
|Classic Lanes Bowl||Rochester Hills|
|Godfather Cigar & Martini Lounge||Rochester Hills|
|Nikki’s Pizza||Rochester Hills|
|Main Street Bar & Grill||Romeo|
|Blackfinn Grill||Royal Oak|
|Eagles Club||Royal Oak|
|Rustic Glen Golf Club||Saline|
|Shelby Lanes||Shelby Twp|
|Walton’s Lodge Bar & Grill||Shelby Twp|
|RJ’s American Grille||Southfield|
|Seven Bar & Grill||Southfield|
|Pepper Joe’s||St. Clair|
|Dave and Busters||Sterling Hts|
|Spikes Good Times Tavern||Taylor|
|Mr. D’s Tavern||Warren|
|CJ’s Upper Deck||Waterford|
|Forest Lake Country Club||West Bloomfield|
|Nectar’s Wine Bar||West Bloomfield|
|Pine Lake Country Club||West Bloomfield|