Meetings and Events Internship

Located in the nations first skyscraper, Loews Philadelphia Hotel combines living history with warm sophistication. The citys expanding skyline, vibrant arts scene and diverse atmosphere have transformed our neighborhood into a cultural destination. Welcome to Where History Meets Modern Day.


Beginning in August 2024 and full-time for 12 to 16 weeks, the internship student will be immersed in various aspects of Meetings and Events and our culture of creating enriching experiences at Loews Hotels & Co. From guest service standards across different events styles to our extensive meetings and banquets, our Meetings and Events team plays a critical role in delivering memorable hospitality every single day.

What Will You Learn?

The Loews Hotels & Co Meetings and Events Internship has 4 enriching components:

  • Learning Plan
  • Mentoring by a Loews Leader(s)
  • Reflections
  • Value-Added Experiences

Experience working with:

  • Related departments such Meetings and Events, Banquets, and Food and Beverage
  • DELPHI by entering, reviewing, and updating group information
  • Creating and editing Banquet Event Orders (BEOs)

Learning plans include:

  • Fundamental practices such as providing Loews Hotels Star Service standards to clients
  • DELPHI training
  • Setup standards
  • Supporting Conference Managers with convention groups
  • Assisting in building strong relations with other hotel departments, employees, and outside agencies and vendors
  • Preparation of VIP arrivals
  • Value-added internship experiences include immersion in Loews culture by experiencing our organizational programs focused on Team Member Engagement, DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion), and Learning & Development

Mentors will provide:

  • Helpful professional feedback and support during your experience
  • Exposure to leadership tasks
  • Understanding Meetings and Events management reports
  • Students will be responsible for completing their weekly reflections in order to capture their learning and maximize the mentoring experience

What You Bring

  • Students must be currently enrolled in an accredited, US-based college or university, and be in good academic standing, in order to apply for an internship.
  • Positive attitude, strong work ethic and eagerness to learn
  • Desire and ability to work with others collaboratively
  • Excellent communication skills both oral and written
  • Exceptional guest service skills
  • Effective organizational skills with a focus on details, quality, and consistency
  • Ability to work flexible schedule to include some weekends and holidays

NOTE: If your campus has specific internship requirements (semester dates, projects, hours/week, etc.) please let our Talent Acquisition representative know at the time of our campus visit and/or interview. Open communication about your campus requirements as well as your career goals will help us ensure an enriching and educational internship experience.

Loews Philadelphia Hotel Philadelphia, PA

Full time

Posted May 18, 2024