Friday, January 26 at 3:00pm
Sentinels of the Shack: The Quiet Work of Patrol
With National Ski Patrol
The work we choose: explore the depths of the infectious pride, community and teamwork of the National Ski Patrol. When choosing to become a patroller, one chooses an identity that stands the test of time. Once a patroller, always a patroller… With that choice comes constant learning, responsibility, and the opportunity to engage in incredibly meaningful work. There is also an intimacy level that patrollers have with the mountains, ski areas/resorts and their communities that few share and enjoy. How can that unique level intimacy translate into a voice for real issues in our communities? Can we bottle up patroller pride into other fields? How are ski patrol ingredients part of the changing recipe in our outdoor experiences?
- Meegan Moszynski, National Ski Patrol
- Max Tyler, Copper Snow Safety
- Mac Smith, Aspen Highlands
- Brendan McCue, Beaver Creek/National Ski Patrol Subaru Ambassador
Made possible through the support of our hard-working partners:
And a very special thanks to all who rolled-up their sleeves in building Trade School: cityWILD, Center Table, Ground Floor Media, Oskar Blues, Drumbeat, Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Outdoor Industry Association (OIA), SnowSports Industries America (SIA), and Visit Denver.