There's no doubt that last season's Epic Dream Job was an amazing opportunity for budding content creators. Winner Jackson Lebsack traveled around the globe, checking off resorts on his Epic Pass in Vermont, Europe, Japan, Canada, and throughout the American West. 

Rather than having one person globetrot to key locations while hoping for good conditions, the travel website is sending different people to six incredible locations for one week-long residencies. Locations include Aspen Snowmass, Colo., Jackson Hole, Wyo., Big Sky, Mont., Banff and Lake Louise, Alberta, Chamonix, France, and Niseko, Japan. 

Jackson Hole Tram

You could spend two weeks in Jackson Hole waking up to this view.

Twelve applicants will be selected—two per destination—and they will spend one thrilling week exploring and documenting everything that makes each location's skiing, nightlife, dining, hotel, and off-hill experiences so renown.

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“Last fall, for’s Epic Dream Job, we received nearly 1,200 video entries and a very passionate community formed online in support of the applicants,” says Dan Sherman,'s Chief Marketing Officer, in a press release. 

Chamonix Sunrise

A dreamy sunrise in Chamonix.

“This year, instead of hiring one person, we are now looking for candidates to fill 12 open positions who will visit six incredible destinations around the world while receiving products and services from an all-star group of partners,” says Sherman. 

SKI Magazine is acting as an official partner this year, meaning a healthy amount of the twelve winners' on- and off-hill exploits will be featured on and our Instagram channel. In other words, this could be your chance to become ski-world famous.

How to Apply for the Dream Job

Powder turn in Jackson Hole

Applicants must enjoy skiing pow.

From Interested job seekers must first choose the destination to which they would like to apply and then submit an application video between September 17, 2019 and October 29, 2019 explaining in 90 seconds or less why they should be hired and what drew them to the destination. encourages applications from individuals or two-person teams. Each applicant can choose one resort or apply to multiple destinations.

Qualifications: The ideal candidates must have a serious desire to travel to some of the most amazing mountain destinations on the planet, they must be able to ski and/or snowboard at an advanced intermediate level and they must love après, mingling with locals, and documenting their travel experiences.

For more information and to apply, check out's website. will announce the 12 people who have been selected for the Dream Job on November 19, 2019.


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