|Employer:||Lost Valley Ski Area|
|Internship Title:||Guest Services Intern|
|Period of Engagement:||Winter|
|Description of the Internship:|
|Lost Valley is a small ski area in Auburn Maine. Using land that connected their two parcels, Otto Wallingford and Dr. Camille Gardner opened Lost Valley Ski Area in 1961, primarily so Wallingford would have something to do in winter-downtime for his family apple orchard. At Lost Valley Wallingford, who had a degree in agricultural engineering, put together the state’s first snowmaking system and introduced Down-Easters to night skiing. But his biggest contribution to skiing came in 1971 when he started towing a cylindrical steel grate behind a tractor to convert hard snow crust into groomed powder. The Powder Maker became an essential grooming tool and was the signature product of Wallingford’s new company, Valley Engineering, which he sold in 1975.
For more information, please visit their website at: http://lostvalleyski.com/
|The Guest Services Intern will be involved in a variety work in the area of guest relations. Working in the Guest Services Department, routine tasks of this position will include providing excellent customer service, handling ticket sales, and providing information as needed to our guests.
Note: Additional details on the position responsibilities will be available in the near future.
|Application is made through UMF’s Partnership for Civic Advancement.|
|Complete and submit the Partnership’s Internship Application Form online.|
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