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Alaska is best for summer; that is when most work is. Winter slows down a lot because it gets very cold here :0) tourists don't seem to like cold much. Try Alyeska Ski Resort in Girdwood, they MIGHT do visas although I doubt it for winter. Girdwood is an awesome town....
Look at the website of Princess cruises for work @ Denali National Park (they have other properties here also, all of them good). They are good employers and they sponsor the needed visas. Aramark also has Denali properties and they too sponsor visas, but Princess is a better employer.
If you want winter work in the U.S. I would recommend Colorado or Utah ski resorts or Florida for the winter. Any BIG resort is capable of sponsoring visas...
good luck. :0) If you have any more questions, ask away :0)
Welcome to Coolworks... :0) It is an excellent site for the tourism-related work you want to do. If you ever have any questions regarding work in Alaska, let me know and I will be happy to help.
How about a ski resort for the winter. I know that Kirkwood Mountain Resort near Lake Tahoe in California, USA (http://www.kirkwood.com/) hires a lot of South Americans, Aussies & Kiwi's each winter. It happens to be the resort I ski at every winter. Great snow. Good luck in you search.
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