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Mt. Hood Meadows Mount Hood, OR

Mt. Hood Meadows Mount Hood, OR Reviews

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    Former Employee - Instructor in Mount Hood, OR
    Former Employee - Instructor in Mount Hood, OR
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    I worked at Mt. Hood Meadows full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    You get paid to ski. What more can you want?!

    Cons

    The slow days are SLOW. Can be difficult to make consistent money.

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the good work. Keep the morale high

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Mt. Hood Meadows Mount Hood, OR Salaries

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    Ski/Snowboard Instructor Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Mount Hood, OR
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Mt. Hood Meadows (Mount Hood, OR).

    Interview

    5 day try out-NOT PAID
    However, you do have fun on snow for a few of those unpaid days.
    Riding assessments give new perspective to your own riding & add skills you can pass on to others as well.
    Lots of commuting to and from the mountain as the tryouts are spread across many days.
    You will need to teach in a group and prove you can not only ride well but SHARE those skills and the stoke effectively with your students.

    Interview Questions

    • Take a turn teaching a learning segment on snow to a group of other prospective instructors.   Answer Question
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