Boston is the capital and the biggest city of Massachusetts Commonwealth. It is one of the oldest cities in the USA. It was established on the semi peninsula Shawmut in 1630 by the Puritans, the settlers from England.
Some of the most important historical events of American Revolution happened in Boston: Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill, the Siege of Boston. After getting independence from the Great Britain, Boston became an important port, industrial and cultural center.
Boston represents one of 30 economically independent cities in the world. Tourism is one of the most developed economy branches (20 million of tourists visits this city per year).
Universities and colleges also contribute to the Boston economies to a large extent- over 350000 of students go to one of the worldwide known universities (Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston University…)
Tourist attractions of the city:
- Freedom Trail
- North End
- Beacon Hill
- Faneuil Hall Marketplace
- Fenway Park
Students will have an opportunity to work 40 hours a week ( about 10 hours a day), with 3 free days in a row, so that students have the time to enjoy in the activities which Boston offers during the summer period. Experience showed that students have been satisfied with the working schedule over the last years.
|Job title||Hourly wage||Tips||Average Hours per week||Housing provided||Overtime|
|Commis (Busperson)||$ 12.00||No||35||assistance||Yes|
|Food Runner||$ 12.00||No||35||assistance||Yes|