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The Professional Ski Instructors of America and American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI) is connected to hundreds of ski and snowboard schools across the country and we can help you learn how to become an instructor and find a job—even if you have no experience other than knowing how to ski or snowboard.
It’s More than a Sport. It’s a Way of Life.
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Enter your email above and we’ll show you how to get started doing what you love. You’ll receive a Work on Snow Kit that includes:
|Your guide to working as a ski or snowboard instructor||Access to hundreds of jobs for any level of experience||Take your skiing or riding to the next level|
Join the PSIA-AASI Community!
- Train and learn from the best skiers and snowboarders in the country.
- Access member-only offers from companies like The North Face and Burton.
- Connect with our community of 32,000 members online and at local events.
Being a ski or snowboard instructor looks different for everyone:
- Part-time instructors teach only a few days a week, perhaps just on weekends.
- Full-time instructors teach during the entire season, including weekends and holidays.
- Some instructors prefer teaching beginners or children.
- Others prefer teaching on a competitive level.
- All instructors want to inspire a lifelong passion for skiing and snowboarding!
“I enjoy getting people to realize their potential both on and off snow. Skiing is a great vessel to highlight someone’s potential.”
“From the PyeongChang, South Korea Paralympics to running a snowsports school in New Zealand, teaching snowsports has taken me all over the world.”
“I got my first gig instructing snowboarding at Marquette Mountain in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula for the free pass that came along with the job. After my first lesson, I was hooked and have been teaching ever since.”
“The best part of teaching is helping guests discover they can ski and learn new movement patterns.”