Work and Travel Greece

Work & Travel Greece is a work and recreation program for students. You can spend a sizzling hot summer on one of the Greek islands, earning important sums of money at the same time!!!

Job offers

Receptionists Cooks/ Chefs and Cook assistants Barwoman
Hostess Drivers Waitresses/Waiters
Animators Aerobic instructors Pool attendants
Chambermaids Lifeguards SPA staff- masseur /masseuse
Housemaids Bartenders Handyman/ Cleaners
Kitchen help    

Location of the positions

This season we have signed contracts with several 4 and 5 Stars hotels and Water Parks in the islands of CRETE, KOS, CORFU, RHODOS, ZAKYNTHOS, NAXOS, CRETE, as well as Chalkidiki and Peloponnesus. There are also job offers in smaller hotels on the most well-known Greek Islands.

Length of the program

Usually the employers make job contracts from minimum 3 months to a maximum of 7 months time for hotel industry positions. The hotel jobs usually start in April and finish late October.


500 Euros per month, with the possibility for the students to do paid overtime. It is very likely that the students receive tips from the hotel guests as well

Working hours and days off

The students will work 8 hours per day, with 1 day off per week (it is not compulsory that the respective days be Saturday and Sunday).

Food and accomodation

Every employer provides food and accommodation FREE of charge! All hotels offer 3 meals per day and shared accommodation,2-4 people in one room. The rooms are usually provided with their own bathroom, fridge and air conditioning. These information will be well known by every applicant before they accept the placement.



Program Steps

  1. Enrollment in the Program. In order to enroll in this program, send us an e-mail to  with the following subject: "Work&Travel Greece 2013” and we will send you the information you need
  2. Signing the contract with our agency
  3. Pay the program fees (250 EUR)
  4. Sending your file to our Greek partner
  5. Finding the placement
  6. Signing the private insurance
  7. Leaving for Greece