ETC Winter Field Intern

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Environmental Traveling Companions
Ft. Mason Center, 2 Marina Blvd., Building C
San Francisco, CA
Posted: November 04 2018
Application Deadline: December 4, 2018
Position: Full-time, Paid
Timeframe: 01/04/19 — 04/04/19


Description of Organization 

ETC is a non-profit, volunteer based organization that provides outdoor adventure and environmental education 
experiences for people of all abilities. ETC conducts Sea Kayak, Whitewater Rafting, and Cross Country Skiing trips for 
youth and adults from under-resourced backgrounds and people with disabilities as well as extended Youth Leadership Programs for disadvantaged youth. 

Position Description 
The Winter Field Intern will be based out of Arnold and Bear Valley, CA and will be trained to staff two to three day 
accessible cross-country ski trips for people with disabilities and youth and adults from under resourced backgrounds. 

• Individual training from Winter Program Manager 
• Ongoing skills development throughout employment 

Term & Commitment 
• Internship term will be full-time residential from January 4, 2019 through April 4, 2019 
• Field Interns will be asked to work on weekday and weekend days and on overnight trips. 

Reports to: 
• ETC Winter Program Manager 

Compensation and Benefits: 
• $400/month stipend with $100/month food stipend. Days worked in early April will be pro-rated at this rate. 
• Room and partial board 
• Skiing privileges including use of equipment and Bear Valley Nordic pass 
• Nordic ski and disability awareness training 

To Apply: Submit cover letter, completed application found at http://www.etctrips.org/about/employment, and resume 
with references via email to Jake Bartolic at winter@etctrips.org by November 30, 2018.


Duties & Responsibilities 
• Seek to provide meaningful outdoor experiences for ETC participants 
• Work within a team of guides to ensure trips are operated in a safe manner 
• Facilitate activities focusing on group development, XC ski and snowshoe instruction, environmental education, 
and human and natural history 
• Aid with trip logistics including but not limited to food preparation, equipment preparation and maintenance, and 
cleaning storage facilities and overnight locations 
• Occasionally assist with administrative tasks including, but not limited to, trip preparation and follow up, and 
communication with agencies, participants and volunteers 
• With the help of the Program Manager, develop and carry out an Intern Project to help improve Winter Program 


• Enthusiasm for sharing the outdoors with people of all abilities 
• Strong organizational and communication skills 
• Experience working with youth or special needs programs preferred 
• Experience with environmental education or leading outdoor trips preferred 
• CPR and First Aid Certified (WFA or WFR are preferred) 
• Previous experience with XC skiing preferred but not required 
• Ability to take initiative, be flexible, and work independently 

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