College Rep Program

Want to ski or snowboard for FREE this season?  We know the price of attending college can be pretty steep, but that shouldn't stop you from hitting the slopes.  For this reason we've created the Mountain High College Rep program.  We're looking for fun, energetic, and outgoing snow enthusiasts to promote Mountain High on campus. 

Duties include:

- Promoting Mountain High's message on and around campus
- Posting/distributing Mountain High information
- Providing timely feedback regarding trends, events, and other resorts
- Promote Mountain High on social media
- Be available for on-site feedback meetings and conference calls
- Recruit and organize attendees for Mountain High events (College Nights, Spring-a-ma-jig, etc.)
- Collaborate with relevant school organizations such as ski & snowboard clubs

This position is not paid, but you will be compensated in Mountain High benefits and resume building material including... 


- Free 2013/14 VIP Season Pass (Includes FREE riding at 11 other Powder Alliance Resorts)
- Free Mountain High T-Shirt
- Free Mountain High Sweatshirt
-Two (2) Free tickets to be used throughout the season for friends or family


September through April


- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must have a 3.0 GPA
- Must be comfortable speaking in public and have a good command of the english language. (Bi-lingual candidates preferred)
- Must have a passion for skiing or snowboarding

We are looking specifically for reps at these schools:
UCLA, USC, UCR, UCI, UCSD, CSULB, CSULA, CSUF, CSUN, CSUSB, CSUSM, Cal Poly Pomona, SDSU, Chaffey College, Pasadena City College, Mt. SAC, Riverside City College, Citrus College, Los Angeles City College, East Los Angeles City College, Pepperdine, APU, University of La Verne, Rio Hondo College, Victor Valley College, and Santa Ana College.

To Apply:

Email a photo of yourself, college you attend, and short letter detailing why you are the best candidate to be a Mountain High representative including 2 - 3 references to 


Mountain High reserves the right to revoke all privileges if the representative is not fulfilling their expected duties, portraying Mountain High in a negative manner, or participating in any activities which would be detrimental to Mountain High.