EA Ski & Snowboard Newsletter - November 2014
|EA Ski & Snowboard Newsletter November 2014|
Snow is already falling in the glorious Canadian Rockies, the tops of Tahoe, the legendary Hakuba and the mighty peaks of Switzerland. Its that time where it's every man for himself as winter plans get serious. LET THE SHREDDING BEGIN!
In this newsletter:
This season's EA interns at Mt Hutt will go down as one of the best..the ski school were stoked to have a great team on board, and they quickly became well-loved locals in Methven! Great to see so many of you continue on as instructors as a career, now jetting off to Japan and Canada this winter for another round of goodness.
"About halfway up the mountain road you get hit with an amazing sight, the sun bouncing off fresh snow and there’s an instant joy and satisfaction and that's when you say it again, ‘I love my job!"
"The feeling that you get when someone goes from never seeing snow to ‘I’m skiing, I’m skiing!’ is brilliant, you sort of say to yourself …”I did that!”
Only 3 places remain for New Zealand internships starting June 2015. If you want to find out more about becoming an instructor in New Zealand, please email us at [email protected] so you don't miss the bandwagon.
Depending on where you are from, getting a Canadian working holiday visa can be harder than you might think.
Did you know UK citizens need to organise their winter season working holiday visa 12 months in advance?
We'll be sending out some information on what you need to know in the next two weeks, so keep an eye out!
In the meantime, please email us at [email protected] if you want to hold your place for next season!
Everyone knows the powder is way better with a freshly waxed board – and you never know, you may even meet the love of your season by offering your new found sharpening and waxing skills to a new friend?…
Click here for a free guide on how you can get all your kit ready for the winter! Learn how to wax your skis or board – it's easier than you think
Emma Ross-Smith from New Zealand!
Emma is a great recipient of our scholarship, and brings to the table a deadly mix of ski ability, writing skills, people skills, nunchuck skills... well maybe not nunchucks, but you get the idea :)
Check out Emma's first blog here as she gears up for the season ahead!
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