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Old 03-16-04, 10:47 AM   #1
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summer work...

does anyone know of any fun companies to hook up with to try and get some summer work?
I'm a qualified instructor wanting from the UK to take kids out for fun in the mountains, and definitely want to end up in the States somewhere....any advice would be warmly welcomed!

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Old 03-16-04, 02:14 PM   #2
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all i can say is good luck!
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I could probably help for work in Whistler...other than that hopefully someone can help you.
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Whistler's ideal.....could you direct me to some more information at all? Thanks
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Here is the place Mael is talking about ;

WhistlerBlackcomb

There are also a few organizations here in Cali. that take kids out and teach them to ride. I will see if I can find the links.

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Another company to check is whistlerlodgingco.com but they do not sponsor workers so you would have to qualify for a work visa on your own.
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in the seventh grade, i did a mountian biking camp that was two weeks long...I had a blast and learned to bunnyhop...it was put on by howard county parks and rec in Maryland. Not sure if thats the typw of job you wwant though...I don't think they pay very well.
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