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Josl Huter Snow-school Academy Indigenous Scholarship Program

4 x Academy Snow Pro Scholarships for **Indigenous youth winter sport enthusiast/athlete interested in teaching Skiing or Snowboarding, with a goal of LEVEL1 CASI/CSIA certifications.

**MSLM uses the term “Indigenous” in place of “Aboriginal” as held in the spirit of its use in section 35(2) of the Canadian Constitution, to refer inclusively to members of First Nations, status and non-status, treaty and non-treaty Indians, Métis, and Inuit peoples in Canada, recognizing that many people prefer the terms that are specific and traditional to their communities.

Recipients will receive training on basic understanding of technique, in-depth understanding of ski/snowboard progression, education of basic teaching approaches and work within the Mount St Louis Moonstone Snow School, earn money, be professionally trained, and be prepared for certification courses.

Academy Snow Pro ASP

The program is targeting the Skier/Rider aged 14 or older.  Candidates must possess the minimum requirement of being a competent parallel skier demonstrating control of speed while maintaining linked parallel turns on blue terrain and competent rider demonstrating ability to ride both toe and heel edge on blue terrain.  Academy Snow Pros will participate in a pre-season training program through a mix of online and on snow sessions.  Performance of training program will assist with proper teaching assignment for the season.

Mandatory Training Dates: Saturday Dec. 10 & Sunday Dec. 11, 2022, and Saturday Dec.17 & Sunday Dec 18, 2022.

 

Benefits

  • Teaching/Assisting time paid (minimum wages for ADP program)
  • GOLD YOUTH Podium Pass (value $675+hst)
  • Uniform rental fee of $75 waived
  • Cafeteria discount applies 30%
  • On snow and indoor training
  • Preparation for entry level certification
  • Become employment ready through OSRA’S basic teaching handbook and passports.
  • Rossignol/Corbett’s $750 credit towards ski gear and outdoor clothing

 

Award Eligibility – Athletes must meet the following criteria to be eligible:
  • Indigenous youth ages 14-18
  • Must have a deep love for the outdoors, winter, skiing and/or snowboarding
  • Provide two (2) references and provide their relationship and contact information

 

As part of your application, please include a short essay (500-1000 words or less), telling us who you are and why you should be awarded the Josl Huter Snow-School Scholarship from Mount St. Louis Moonstone ski resort.

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Application Essays are accepted until Dec 9, 2022