The Alpenglow Internship at Mount Snow Academy is an excellent opportunity for a recent college graduate to spend the winter skiing or snowboarding while gaining experience in the vibrant, competitive, and focused environment of a small sports academy.The program runs from October 28, 2019 through March 30, 2020, and candidates may apply to teach or coach or a combination of both. Interns live on campus and participate in the residential program.
Mount Snow Academy is a winter sports academy in southern Vermont where classes are taught in small groups or one-on-one. We maintain a high academic standards while fostering each student’s unique athletic calling. Our students compete at the local, state, regional and national levels. Recent developments in the facility have improved our program and spurred growth. Our new campus has allowed us to house the residential, academic and athletic programs under one roof. We are on the map and growing by leaps and bounds. Alpenglow Interns are an integral part of this growth.
We seek candidates who are excited about education, winter sports and working with kids. Joie de vivre and positive energy are essential. This is a great way to kick-start a career in education or coaching, and enjoy your favorite winter sport while building your resume. In addition to an unforgettable experience, MSA provides interns with room, board, a season pass to Mount Snow, and a stipend based on coaching and/or teaching duties. College seniors and recent graduates should submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to Amanda DeMaria, Director of Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Mount Snow Academy
Mount Snow Academy (MSA) is a winter sports academy for elite ski racers, and competitive freeskiers and snowboarders. MSA's alumni boast multiple national team placements, Olympians, Olympic medalists and collegiate athletes. Its winter term tutorial program allows passionate skiers and snowboarders the opportunity to pursue their athletic dreams in the winter, while maintaining their school and home life in the fall and the spring.