Yes you may conduct your own job arrangement if you wish.
Yes you will be required to work on weekends due to the nature of the program. For those applicants who are unable to work on weekends due to religious commitments/beliefs, this program unfortunately is not conducive to facilitate such religious commitments as most employers busiest time period is on the weekends.
You may visit our office or registration booth and pay JA$2500 registration fee. Upon registration, online access will be given to complete forms.
Unfortunately this may not be possible as we normally work with a set list of employers each summer, who may or may not be located in the same area where you family lives. At our job fair in January, we will provide you with a list of all the States we have been able to contract summer jobs, and from this you can decide how feasible it is for you to stay with a family member.
Advisory of deadline extensions are normally issued closer to the deadline. However problems with payments can be addressed by the office if the applicant prepares a proposal outlining the dates when payments can be made. This proposal is normally reviewed within three business days and contact will be made with the applicant to advice of the status.
No. All U.S. visa approvals are done by the U.S. Embassy and it is up to the sole discretion of the embassy to approve visa applications. No Work & Travel company is legally authorized to guarantee visas to applicants.
Certainly. As long as you are a full time degree, associate degree or masters student, within the age group 18-30, you are deemed a qualified candidate
We have a very high success rate. Our 2014 success rate was 98.14 percent.