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Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch Culinary


Off I-70 and with access to Beaver Creek Mountain ski slopes, this high-end resort is 4 miles from the Vilar Performing Arts Center.

Featuring mountain or valley views, the luxe rooms offer marble bathrooms, Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms provide balconies and/or fireplaces. Suites have living areas and/or kitchens. Seasonal club quarters include private-lounge access, breakfast and refreshments. There’s 24/7 room service.

Amenities consist of a coffee shop, a gastropub, upscale dining and a bar/grill with a terrace, plus a spa, a gym and a heated outdoor pool. Breakfast and parking are available (fee).

Beaver Creek, CO

Beaver Creek is a mountain village in Colorado. It’s home to Beaver Creek Resort, with its ski runs, terrain parks and cross-country routes. In summer, flower-dotted Beaver Creek Mountain has a hiking center. The Vilar Performing Arts Center Beaver Creek presents theater, concerts and comedy. The Children’s Museum at Beaver Creek offers play-based exhibits, while the Beaver Creek Children’s Theatre has shows nearby.


Host Company offers progressive CULINARY Arts training programs through a specific training department focus/concentration (Commissary, Garde Manger, Banquets, casual Quick Serve, Cascades Garden Upscale) & common phases may include: (See Training Plan for Specifics)

  • Arrival, Orientation & Intro to American Culinary Arts
  • Culinary Arts for Casual Dining, Quick Serve or Upscale
  • American Techniques/Methodologies for High Volume
  • Banquets, Garde Manger, Pastry, Customer Service

Depending on the specific training dept. assigned, Exchange Visitors may learn or gain experience with preparations used to make resort operations run successfully, methodologies, recipes, quality & presentation standards, oven, grill & other equipment operations, while learning productivity and time management skills. They may learn ways to be flexible with guests and gain experience with Grill, Saute’, Sushi and various stations. They may learn banquet operations and commissary storage, how to create a unique culinary experience, and how to plate & execute upscale a la carte dining.

Training Program Dates Application Deadline
3/5/22 – 3/4/23 12/5/21
6/4/22 – 6/3/23 3/4/22
10/8/22 – 10/7/23 7/8/22

Housing and Transportation

Your Host Organization will arrange temporary housing on-site for the first 14 days.

  • Temporary Housing is not required for the job placement, but is provided by your Host Organization on-site for the first two weeks of your program for $60 per night + taxes & fees.
  • Participants may be required to sign a housing agreement. By signing the program information guide and/or housing agreement, participants are agreeing to stay at housing that has been pre-arranged for the entire length of the agreement.
  • Any damage to the property will result in participants paying the cost as determined by the housing management.
  • Detailed housing arrangement will be disclosed by GEC prior to arrivals.
  • Temporary Housing for the first 2 weeks is $60 per night + taxes and fees ($501.55 per week for 1-person occupancy and $250.78 per week for 2-person occupancy). After that point, you will be responsible for securing your own permanent housing.
  • Your Host Organization will assign rooming lists based on arrival/departure dates and specific roommates may not be guaranteed.
  • Your Host Organization will assign rooming lists based on arrival/departure dates and specific roommates may not be guaranteed.
  • By accepting placement and signing training plan, exchange visitors assume responsibility to read the House Rules and agree to abide by all terms and conditions of this Agreement and the House Rules.
  • Various Transportation options available and might include Public Transportation, Taxi/Shuttle Service, & Ride Share (Uber/Lyft).

The above information is accurate at this time but final placement arrangements are subject to change. When you have been selected, please carefully review your final placement details in your Program Information Guide. It is your responsibility to read and understand your placement details BEFORE signing your work agreement and Program Information Guide acknowledgment form that indicates the acceptance of your placement details.