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All Vermont Adaptive volunteers must complete mandatory orientation and training for their approved sports after their application is complete and approved.
Updated Nov. 1, 2022
To be a volunteer, you must have:
On-snow trainings will be held at Bolton Valley, Sugarbush, and Pico Mountain, weather and terrain permitting, on December 10, 11, 17, and 18 this year.
– Every winter volunteer is required to complete TWO days of on-snow training before starting to earn comp-tickets. Attending Eastern Division Pro Jam counts as your days!
PSIA/AASI Eastern Division Pro Jam: world class training opportunity at Killington, VT! Learn more: https://psia-e.org/ev/feature-events/masters-academy-snow-pro-jam/. This year Vermont Adaptive will offer sponsorship/scholarship and some housing for qualifying volunteer instructors to attend Pro Jam FOR FREE. Check out the “Colleges” for certification opportunities. For more details on how to tap in, contact Norm Staunton, Director of Operations ([email protected]) for more information and to apply for scholarship.
December 17 & 18, Vermont Adaptive will host (3) in-house PSIA/AASI clinics as a part of our fall training program and in support of ongoing professional development and certification of our volunteers. This year’s clinics will include a Snowboard Level 1 Exam Prep (teaching novice area snowboarding/ride 101); an Alpine Level 1 Exam Prep (teaching novice area alpine skiing/ski 101); and an Alpine Level 2 Skiing Exam Prep (personal skiing/technical improvement group). For more details on how to tap in, contact Norm Staunton, Director of Operations ([email protected]) for more information and to apply for scholarship.
Log your volunteer time so we can win money for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports
Reward Volunteers is a free easy way to record the time you spend volunteering in your local community. When you log time, and elect to share activity via Facebook you become eligible to win prizes like vacations, gift cards, gift baskets, and much more. The more time logged and the more likes and comments a volunteer receives, the more chances to win one of the major prizes awarded each month.
When you log your time, you may end up helping us! Each month a cash prize is awarded to a non-profit that has volunteers logging time on their behalf. We are so thankful for the work of our volunteers and volunteers everywhere. Make your time count double with cash prize for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports.
The program was developed by the farm families who own Cabot Creamery Co-operative. Cabot farmers are often the first to volunteer in their local communities and they look to honor the important efforts of volunteers across the country.
So… what are you waiting for? Click through to start logging your time and inspiring others through your service!