If you’re a hospitality and culinary arts student, here’s some good news for you!
myBurgerLab is extending an internship offer to hospitality and culinary students arts who have been laid off from their internships during the movement control order (MCO).
While many hotels and restaurants have shut down and many employees have lost their jobs, myBurgerLab is opening up their kitchen to hospitality and culinary arts students so that they can graduate or complete their semester!
Co-founder, Renyi, wrote in myBurgerLab’s Facebook page that they will be offering an internship of two months and onwards for those who would like to complete their internship program.
“We are offering restaurant internships of 2 months and onwards for those who would like to complete their internship program by transferring the remaining months with us,” he said.
“If you’re not too sure if what we offer aligns with your internship requirements, let’s have a chat to see if we may craft something for you.”
“We’ve always been a platform for young adults who are in between things or going thru college to learn, work and play in a safe and nurturing environment.”
“So if there’s anyone out there that needs this to complete their studies, please let them know we are here for them.”
Of course, the most important question any intern would ask – how much is the salary? Well, guess what?
MyBurgerLab will be offering students a FULL WAGE PAY of RM1,400 a month!
“Yes. You heard us right. Fair pay for all who work hard.”
If you’re interested in completing your internship at myBurgerLab, click the link below to apply! They accept fresh graduates too!
And if you have any questions about the program, you can also drop them a message on WhatsApp at 016-2400542 and their HR representative Michelle will talk to you!
Wow, what a generous offer! If you’re a hospitality and culinary arts student who wants to finish the semester, you have to take myBurgerLab up on their offer.
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