About Mont Sainte Anne Ski Resort

mont sainte anne logoMont Sainte Anne Ski Resort is one of the largest resorts in Quebec, Canada. 

Boasting 547 acres of skiable area, this world-class resort is perfect for beginner to intermediate skiers. Mont Sainte Anne offers a variety of terrain and skiing to suit all abilities.

EA Ski & Snowboard are proud to partner with Mont Sainte Anne Ski Resort to provide instructor internships at this beautiful place. 

Mont Sainte Anne Ski Resort Facts

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Multiple Snow Parks and Boardercross

Develop your slope-side steeze with everything from beginner parks to intermediate boardercross runs.

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Longest season of the region

The season in Mont Sainte Anne averages 148 days every year, the longest in the area.

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71 Ski Trails

Mont Sainte Anne offers 71 ski trails across 547 acres.

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Epic Night Skiing Opportunities

Mont Sainte Anne features 19 trails for night skiing and offers the highest vertical drop for night skiing in Canada. 

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Largest cross-country ski network in Canada

Mont Sainte Anne offers 200km of cross country trails waiting to be explored. 

Become an instructor at Mont Saint Anne Ski Resort

EA Ski & Snowboard offer both a Ski Instructor Internship and a Snowboard Instructor Internship at Mont Sainte Anne Ski Resort.

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SKI INTERNSHIP

 INCLUDES:

  • Accommodation is included until after the level 1 exam
  • Guaranteed job offer
  • Employee season pass 
  • World-class level one training
  • Level one exam costs
  • Association membership
  • Transport to resort for training if applicable
  • Support from EA Program Manager
  • Preseason preparation webinars
  • Future job opportunities with our network of 27+ resort partners around the globe 

PRICE

$7,475 USD

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SNOWBOARD INTERNSHIP

INCLUDES:

  • Accommodation is included until after the level 1 exam
  • Guaranteed job offer
  • Employee season pass 
  • World-class level one training
  • Level one exam costs
  • Association membership
  • Transport to resort for training if applicable
  • Support from EA Program Manager
  • Preseason preparation webinars
  • Future job opportunities with our network of 27+ resort partners around the globe 

PRICE

$8,475 USD

Working at Mont Sainte Anne Ski Resort


You will quickly become one of the locals and enjoy ‘mates rates’, ‘mean hookups’ and a lot of fun. People are often keen to know how much it costs to buy food in Canada so here’s our shopping list rundown:

  • A hearty meal from a local bar $10-20
  • A cold apres-ski beer on the mountain $6-10
  • A big burger and fries $15.00
  • A pack of 5 Bagels from the Supermarket $5


Note: For those on our Internship Programs, EA covers the cost of your accommodation for the duration of the level one program. Once employed you will be able to stay on for the remainder of the season with payments deducted from your pay. On arrival, you may be required to pay a bond of approximately CA $200. 

 

Certification overview 

Our Internships and instructor courses allow you to obtain a globally recognised qualification with either the CSIA (Ski) or CASI (Snowboard).CSIA CASI

Both the CISA and CASI have internationally recognised ski associations and are the governing bodies for ski/snowboard instructor qualifications in Canada. CASI and CSIA teaching qualifications are highly regarded in the industry and a qualification with the Canadian system will build your technical understanding and allow you to effectively instruct skiing or snowboarding.

 

Program Manager 

EA want you to have the best season possible this winter. Our program managers who oversee the running of our instructor courses are easily contactable and there to offer advice and support at all times. Not only are they familiar with Mont Sainte Anne itself, but they also work for the ski school and will be a familiar face to make your gap year and first winter season that much easier.

 

 

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