Josl Huter Snow-school Academy Indigenous Scholarship Recipients!
MSLM is proud to announce its inaugural class of the Academy Snow Pro Scholarships for **Indigenous youth. These exceptional candidates were interested in teaching Skiing or Snowboarding, with a goal of LEVEL1 CASI/CSIA certifications. 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.
Along with a $750 credit from our friends at Corbett’s & Rossignol, MSLM’s Snow School looks forward to working with these young professionals as they pursue their career as Snow Pros. This group has already hit the slopes and been assisting with MSLM’s popular Mid-Week 8 Night Programs.
**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.
Photo from left to right are Scholarship Awardees: Hiland Monague, Eve Cosco, Mia Harris along with MSLM Snow Pro trainer Vincent Chabot.
If you know someone who is eligible or would like to apply for future seasons – please learn more about the program here.