ALPINE SKI PATROL
Three Rivers Park District
Help keep winter recreators safe on the hill with this high demand, high reward volunteer role.
Three Rivers Alpine Ski Patrol is a highly trained, regionally and nationally recognized group of volunteers. Patrollers must commit to a minimum of 60 hours each winter season, successfully complete and pass extensive initial training in emergency care and patrol skills as well as annual refreshers, and maintain membership and current certifications with National Ski Patrol.
Help guests in need. Gain new skills with advanced level continuing education, hands-on experience, and leadership opportunities. And earn alpine area and other Three Rivers volunteer privileges!
The candidate class fills fast; however, highly motivated, enthusiastic skiers and boarders are encouraged to apply and participate in the annual "Tryout Day".
For more information, contact Ashley O'Rourke at Ashley.ORourke@threeriversparks.org, or call 763-694-7802.
Three Rivers Park District operates two ski areas. Hyland Ski & Snowboard Area in Bloomington and the Elm Creek Winter Recreation Area in Maple Grove (which also includes a tubing hill).
About Three Rivers Park District
Administrative Center, 3000 Xenium Lane N, Plymouth, MN 55441, US
The mission of Three Rivers Park District is to promote environmental stewardship through recreation and education in a natural resources-based park system.
Volunteers help to make the Park District a fun, safe, educational environment for people of all ages, interests and abilities. Volunteers may be involved with nature, cultural history, recreation and farm programs; site enhancement; events; golf course; public safety; and, natural resources management. Groups may help clean up the parks or perform other tasks that are appropriate for the size and age of the group. Check out the current newsletter at ThreeRiversParks/volunteer.