Whether you're looking to teach at a new area this fall, or want to advertise openings at your own snowsports school, the PSIA-AASI Job Board is the first place to go to both find and post open instruction positions.
The Job Board makes it easy to search for opportunities by region, or see all the jobs presently available across the country. There are currently dozens of jobs listed, from supervisors and technical directors, to managers, certified instructors, and entry-level instructors.
Guide for New Instructors
What good is the Job Board if you don't have the skills and knowledge to land an interview? Check out our Guide for New Instructors to learn about professionalism as an instructor, how to teach, how students learn, safety, and more. From there, grab our Work on Snow kit for a full road map to employment!
Get Tickets for the Warren Miller Tour
For a second year in a row, PSIA-AASI collaborated with Warren Miller Entertainment to share the stoke instructors bring to the world of snowsports; this time for Warren Miller’s 2019 film Timeless.
The film, presented by Volkswagen (which is also PSIA-AASI’s official automotive partner) gives a nod to the past, while also focusing on the now – and the future of snowsports. Check out Timeless tour stops to find a showing near you, so you can cheer on your fellow instructors.
Arapahoe Basin Fires Up the Snowguns
While the annual Warren Miller tour is the unofficial kickoff to the season, Colorado’s A-Basin starting up its snowguns is the surest sign that winter is about to get real.
According to The Summit Daily, the area nicknamed “The Legend” started snowmaking on Sunday, September 22, the official last day of summer. An opening date has yet to be announced.
Matrix Monday: What is the Skills Concept?
There’s no time like the present to start preparing for the new season, especially with fresh The Matrix videos. In this new clip featuring PSIA Alpine Team member Matt Boyd, explore the Skills Concept, the framework which provides an inventory of skills, managing rotational, edge, and pressure control.