The OMNI Mt. Washington in conjunction with New Hampshire Culinary Institute at White Mountains Community College is proud to announce that Caitlyn Pease and Christopher Fudala have both successfully completed their apprenticeships. This accomplishment required these two culinarians to spend over 6,000 hours working and training at the OMNI Mt. Washington with their journey beginning 3 years ago. During this time, they have both earned their Associates Degree in Culinary Arts from White Mountains Community College and have both earned their Certificate of Apprenticeship through the U.S. Department of Labor.
Both Chris and Caitlyn plan to continue working at the OMNI Mt. Washington Hotel.
Caitlyn plans to further her education by completing her degree in Baking and Pastry Arts and is currently registered to begin classes this fall at WMCC. Caitlyn is very hardworking and has a passion for pastry. Caitlyn grew up watching Buddy Valastro, on Cake Boss and became inspired to become a pastry chef. Caitlyn’s goal is to eventually produce creative and beautiful cakes.
Chris looks to eventually travel to Florida while remaining with the OMNI Hotel Corporation and he currently plans to continue his professional growth working alongside the many talented chefs at the OMNI Mt. Washington. Chris is following in his father’s footsteps with the goal of becoming an Executive Chef.
The foundation provided by successfully completing the apprenticeship program at the Mt. Washington Hotel in addition to earning their Associate Degree in Culinary Arts from White Mountains Community College has set them both on track for very successful careers.
The ApprenticeshipNH program, housed at the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH), is a unique effort that prepares workers as Registered Apprentices to better compete in the modern workforce. Focusing on the advanced manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, construction & infrastructure, automotive, biomedical and information technology sectors, the ApprenticeshipNH program provides workers with invaluable opportunities to pursue highly-skilled, high-paying jobs, and opportunities for employers seeking to build a qualified workforce in NH. The program is funded through grants from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration and the American Association of Community Colleges. For more information, visit apprenticeshipnh.com.