You generally won't work more than 40 hours if you work by the hour, this includes weekends and rotating hours. Overtime is generally paid during the busiest travel months (from May to August), but overtime also depends on the budgets set by the company. In addition to its academic requirements, the university requires 1000 hours (500 hours for the second degree) of employment in the hospitality industry. It can be done during the school year or in the summer and doesn't have to be done in Las Vegas.
You can strive to complete your hours during your stay at UNLV, but you must complete all the hours and submit the verification of all the hours to the Bob Boughner Career Center before you can graduate. Completed hours can be accepted before attending UNLV. If you apply for graduation and then don't turn in your hours before the end of the graduation semester, you won't graduate and you'll have to reapply for graduation, paying another graduation fee during the semester in which you plan to submit your verification. Customer service outside the hospitality industry: In the past, credit was denied for any work outside the hospitality industry.
As a member, you can upload up to five resumes, each adapted to the types of hospitality jobs that interest you. The only exception that can be made to working in the hospitality industry is to work in a job that has a strong customer service element. In addition to its academic requirements, the Harrah School of Hospitality requires each student to complete 1,000 hours of work experience (500 hours for the second degree program) in the hospitality industry.