Start New, Start Fresh, Start Over: Become an Interim Innkeeper With “Inn-Sitting 101”

Are you retired – but not yet tired?
Itching to stay in the game but at the same time, play?

Retired - but not tired?
Retired – but not tired?

Or are you dreaming of a career change?
Something new with just a touch of glamour?
A job that doesn’t keep you stuck in the same place forever?

Wishing for a little glamour?
Wishing for a little glamour?

Or maybe you’re the hostess with the “mostess” who loves to
see your guests relax and laugh and enjoy the fruits of your creativity.

The hostess with the "mostess."

The hostess with the “mostess?”

Consider living your dream. Consider learning the ins and outs of being an interim innkeeper. You can do it! Just sign up for “Inn-Sitting 101,” the first-ever training program designed to give you the basic knowledge and skills – and the credibility – to march into a B&B anywhere and give the innkeepers a break! No one can work 24/7, 365!

Held at Chelsea House Victorian Inn in beautiful downtown Chelsea all day on October 21, you’ll get hands-on training from professional interim innkeepers who see the need for qualified people in every corner of the state. You’ll schedule the second day of training at your convenience — an opportunity to work as an innkeeper under the tutelage of veteran innkeeper owners at their B&B.

Interim innkeeping is the best of all worlds: you have all the fun of playing hostess without the burdens of ownership. You are your own boss: you pick and choose when and where you accept inn-sitting offers. Your temporary homes are in the luxury of Michigan’s finest inns. You become the stewards of legendary Michigan hospitality.

Cost for the day-long training is just $100 per person or $175 per team of two and includes lunch and hand-out materials. The program is sponsored by Michigan Lake to Lake B&B Association. For details and to register, contact C. M. Eldridge at 248-684-2484.

 

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