If you are currently employed by one of the MGM Resorts International properties or subsidiaries and are interested in pursuing another opportunity within the company, you will need to apply through the internal Job Opportunities Program. If you are selected for a new position through this program, you must resign your original job prior to beginning the new one. It is against company policy to work at more than one MGM Resorts International property.
Yes, MGM Resorts International does coordinate internships for qualified students. Internships are designed to provide students with the opportunity to gain practical experience necessary for a successful career in the Hospitality Industry. Please contact your specific MGM Resorts International property of interest for information on internship availability and how to apply. Internships may not be offered at every MGM Resorts International property. For information on the Hospitality Internship Program offered by MGM Grand, please click here.
Yes, drug testing is a condition of employment at all MGM Resorts International companies.
Yes, MGM Resorts International is proud to offer the Management Associate Program (MAP). MAP is a six-months, hands-on training program designed for recent college graduates. These candidates must possess sufficient skills, both academically and through work experience, to meet the challenges and demands of management. MAP is specifically designed to help build future generations of leaders in our company and provides participants with an unparalleled training and mentoring experience.
MAP is a company-wide program. Participating properties and specific department placement is determined at the start of each MAP application period. If you are interested in obtaining more information regarding this dynamic opportunity, please contact either of the following:
Bellagio Recruitment Team
MGM Grand University
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