An internship with the BOEC can be one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of your life. Each intern is set up to achieve their unique personal objectives and experience all that the BOEC has to offer.
There are two internship terms; summer and winter. Both internships include a three-week-long immersive training period and hands-on experience in all aspects of programming. Compensation includes; full room and board, a monthly stipend as well as seasonally applicable benefits. Please follow the links below for a detailed overview of each internship term.
Please feel free to contact our Internship Program Manager, Kathleen Booth, at [email protected] or 970-453-0146 with any questions or concerns you may have.
May 15 – Sept. 30
BOEC’s summer adaptive internship is a four-month commitment, working primarily for BOEC’s Wilderness Program. You will be involved in planning, implementing / facilitating and evaluating the courses.
Nov. 1 – April 30
BOEC’s winter adaptive internship is a six-month commitment, working primarily for BOEC’s Adaptive Ski & Snowboard Program based out of Peak 9 at Breckenridge Ski Resort. You will be an integral part of the ski office, first as assistant instructors before moving onto being primary instructors.
What internship opportunities are available? How do I become a intern? Find out answers to questions like these, and more, here.
Now that you hopefully know what BOEC’s Internship Program is all about, you are eager and ready to apply. You won’t be disappointed because this is the opportunity of a lifetime!
The BOEC is grateful to The Moniker Foundation for underwriting our Internship Program for the past three fiscal years. With their gracious $360K in donations they are helping the program thrive and developing future outdoor leaders.