WHY CAPE COD FOR YOUR J1?
This may be the cutest place in America with its seafood shacks, lighthouses, quaint villages, ponds and miles of ocean beaches. Why not pop into Boston on your day off? It’s only an hour and 40mins away! Make sure to check out the beach and house parties!
17°C to 24°C. Don’t forget your hoodie, it can get cool in the evenings.
THINGS TO SEE
National Seashore, Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard, Whale Watching, Sandwich, Cape Cod Rail Trail, Boston, Nantucket, Provincetown Whale Watching, see a Red Sox game in Boston...
RENT PER PERSON SHARING
Approximately $400-$500. *Housing is limited in Cape Cod and the J1 Visa requires that all J1ers going to Cape Cod must secure housing at least two weeks in advance of arriving, so start looking for your accommodation early. Top tip: some employers provide housing.
You’ll fly into either Barnstable Municipal Airport or Provincetown Municipal Airport
Fast Forward to Summer 2021 – and say goodbye to 2020.
USIT has the largest pool of J1 Jobs from San Diego to Chicago to Boston & everywhere in between. Start planning now so you find yourself with a different view next summer.