Fenwick Inn

The Fenwick Inn offers an upscale lodging experience in Ocean City, MD and features a central location near the best attractions: beaches, museums, entertainment, shopping and dining in Ocean City. Our upscale resort Inn features 198 guest rooms and 3 suites featuring beautifully remolded bathrooms. Ocean City is widely known in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States and is a frequent vacation destination.

The city hosts around 345,000 vacationers every weekend during the summer months and up to 8 million visitors annually. The town hosts a large diverse International workforce during this time and proudly offers an abundance amount of resources locally for the students to include a large local E-Point center. It is conveniently located within driving distance from Washington D.C., Philadelphia and New York City for planning cultural activities and trips.


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Why You Should Work For Fenwick Inn:

·            Work in fun and exciting Ocean City, MD for the summer


·            You can get a second job – just make sure your job with Fenwick your first priority


·            Great wage and great team


About Ocean City, Maryland:

Ocean City extends just over 9 miles (~15 km) from the southern inlet to the Delaware line. The “strip” now supports hotels, motels, apartment houses, shopping centers, residential communities, and condominiums. The southern tip houses the Ocean City Boardwalk. The boardwalk is the main shopping district and entertainment area of the town. The boardwalk has many prominent businesses and two amusement parks. Ocean City is a fun filled, great place to spend your summer!


For more info visit:

Ocean City Chamber of Commerce

Wikipedia – Ocean City

International Student Resource Guide for OCMD



Weather in Ocean City, MD:

Ocean City's location in the middle of the East Coast affords it a mild, humid subtropical climate with hot, humid summers. Summer highs often reach into the 80s (Fahrenheit), but ocean breezes keep the immediate coast cooler than inland locations.

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How to Get There

Students are responsible for getting to the area via public transportation.  Fly into Dulles or Philadelphia. Students should take the Greyhound Bus to Ocean city.