2020 - 20221 PROGRAM INFORMATION
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Are you looking for an opportunity to serve and support youth while building closer connections with our Nordic skiing community? We have open volunteer positions on our board of directors and executive team. Filling the treasure and secretary positions on our executive team are our top priorities. Join us in helping to shape the development of our ski club while providing an important service to our community.
Do you love teaching children about new ways to experience and explore nature and the world while learning how to push past their perceived limitations? If you enjoy teaching young people how to find new opportunities for learning, play, and growth then you should join us as GVNSC coach! We are looking for dedicated growth minded coaches that enjoy teaching through play-based learning.
We offer coaches training, recommended lesson plans, suggested games, reimbursement for United States Ski and Snowboard volunteer membership, and gas stipends to all of our volunteer coaches. Join our incredible coaching cadre today. Sign up to become a coach by clicking on the link below.
The mission of the GVNSC is to provide opportunities that encourage and support the youth of Mesa County in developing a life-long passion and dedication to Nordic skiing. GVNSC is also a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The GVNSC offers recreational and competitive Nordic skiing program which will enable skiers to progress from the learn-to-ski programs into competitive skiing at the local, State, and national levels in accordance with their respective abilities and desires. Our goal is for our programs to be accessible and inclusive for all children that would like to participate in them. We are developing a scholarship program to ensure that we meet this goal and in the interim will work with families to ensure that everyone can participate. The ski club training activities will primarily occur on the new trails developed by Odin Sports Complex at Powderhorn, which is located below Powderhorn Resort. GVNSC members will have the opportunity to participate in the Rocky Mountain Division of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association races.
The GVNSC is focused on the development of young skiers, but also working towards providing training and racing opportunities for senior and master level skiers.