Our Chill Burlington site was established in 1997 as our very first youth-development program. Chill Burlington has grown over the years to include three nights of on-snow programming as well as a freestyle mentoring program and a skateboarding program offered during snowboarding’s off-season. Since our inception, the Chill Burlington site has served over 1,000 at-risk and underserved youth in the greater Burlington area.
Thank you so much to everyone who came out to help support Chill Burlington at the Color Run Kaleidoscope Tour 2014! It was a huge success and helped raise funds for local programming. Thank you for supporting Chill Burlington and Vermont youth!
Chill Burlington Rail Jam: TBD, January, 2015
Volunteers will meet the Chill group at the mountain one night each week for all six weeks. Volunteers will help youth with gear, lift tickets, lessons, ride groups, etc.
Volunteers will serve as mentors and will be paired up with individual mentees. Mentor and mentee pairs will meet the rest of the Chill group at the mountain one day per week for six weeks. Chill Freestyle volunteers should have interest in freestyle snowboarding and should have fundamental park riding ability.
Volunteers will serve as skateboard coaches for Chill participants. Volunteers will be expected to skate with Chill one day per week for all six weeks. Volunteer coaches should have the ability to demonstrate the fundamental skills of skateboarding.