Whittlebury Park in Northamptonshire is offering a number of paid work placements to students interested in a career in hospitality.
The group said the initiative aims to help participants gain “valuable skills” and an “in-depth understanding” of the industry.
The placements are available to second year students who have completed the first two years of a relevant university course.
Whittlebury Park said it is hoped that some of the students who take part in the placements will go on to become “permanent employees of the hotel”.
Placements run for a minimum of 48 weeks and are designed to offer a “comprehensive hospitality industry experience”.
Students will become part of the team during their work placements and will receive a competitive salary along with a range of other benefits including paid annual leave, free meals while on shift, free gym and golf membership.
Charles Sargeant, managing director at Whittlebury Park, said: “At Whittlebury we believe talent should be grown from within and view placements as the start of building our talent pipeline of the future.
“A placement at Whittlebury Park is a place to practice new skills, learn from the experts and be immersed in the industry, and we hope that many of the students who enrol with us will consider making us their workplace of choice when applying for a graduate role.”