Culinary Arts

Gain real-world experience in the art of cooking.

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Intern at a fine dining establishment that offers amenities like wine pairings, multi-course meals, and rotating menus. Not only will you experience the fast-paced, intense, and fun restaurant culture, but you will also practice the skills necessary to become a professional chef.

For more information about an available internship, please make a selection below.

Aramark Mesa Verde Far View Lodge

Mesa Verde National Park, located in southwestern Colorado, is best known for cliff dwellings, which are structures built within caves and under outcropping in cliffs, built by the Ancestral Pueblo people who lived here for over 700 years.

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Aramark Olympic Peninsula Lake Crescent Lodge

Lake Crescent Lodge is located in Washington State. Lake Crescent is a 10-acre natural lake located at an elevation of 600 feet and is a pristine area that provides visitors with an extraordinary place for recreation and relaxation.

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Aramark Olympic Peninsula Lake Quinault Lodge

Built in 1926, Lake Quinault Lodge is located in one of the most beautiful locations in the world – a vast lake surrounded by pristine forest. The historic lodge, built in the 1920s, fits right in — a grand, cedar-clad homage to old-fashioned craftsmanship.

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Aramark Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Valley is nestled amoung the majestic cliffs of granite and beautiful scenary with Giant Sequioas and rushing blue rivers

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Grand Traverse Resort and Spa

Grand Traverse Resort and Spa's nearly 600 rooms, suites and condominiums, 86,500 square-feet of versatile, dedicated meeting space, distinctive dining venues, shopping complex, full-service spa, and championship golf serve as a four seasons of non-stop activity. 

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