JISP

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The Junior Instructional Snowsports Program (JISP) was started in 1951; by Sally Pabst; wife of Fred Pabst the first owner and pioneer of Bromley Mountain, and Betsy Fowler, both from Manchester.  Their vision was to provide local school children an inexpensive way to learn to ski.  Today, the Bromley Outing Club teaches over 700 local students from a variety of schools in South Western Vermont: Bennington, Dorset, Flood Brook, Shaftsbury, Arlington, Sacred Heart, Sunderland, Danby, MEMS, Long Trail, Maple Street, Mettawee, Southshire and Wells.  The JISP program continues offering one-on-one classes for people with disabilities with the assistance of the Bart J. Ruggiere Adaptive Sports Center and its many volunteers; which is located, conveniently at the base of Bromley Mountain.  

Welcome to the midweek ski & snowboard program information at Bromley Mountain and presented by the Bromley Outing Club. Please read the following information carefully and follow the link to sign up for your age group.

MiniKAP – Mini Kids Alpine Program. Skiing only program for ages 4 or 5 years old as of January 1, 2016. Operated through the Kid’s center and taught by paid professionals. To sign up please download forms MINI KAP 2015-16 application-1 ,MiniKAP & KidsCenter Admission form-1 ,2015 – 2016 Essential KAP info-1. Online signup will be an option soon!

KAP – Kids Alpine Program. Skiing & Snowboarding program for ages 6 through 8 as of January 1, 2016. Operated through the Ski & Snowboard School and taught by paid professionals. To sign up please download forms KAP Program Application, 2015-2016 and Release ,2015 – 2016 Essential KAP info-1. Online signup will be an option soon!

JISP – Junior Instructional Ski Program. Skiing & Snowboarding program for grades 3 through 8. Operated through the non profit Bromley Outing Club and is taught by trained volunteers. A late fee of $50 applies if you sign up after November 27th and the program registration closes on December 16th. To sign up please go to https://bromleyoutingclub.sportngin.com/register/form/764149911 and choose JISP Student.

Special Needs Program – Bromley Mountain’s Bart Center offers individualized ski and snowboard instruction to students who are challenged with physical or emotional needs. Please contact Joe Hurley, Bart Center Director, at 802-824-5522 ext. 430 or bartcenter@comcast.net

JISP Instructors – Earn one credit for each day of teaching!!! One credit equals one ticket mid-week and non-holiday Sundays. Two credits in exchange for Saturdays and all holiday periods. Two free Stratton days. Free skiing from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm and after your class on the day you teach. You do need to use a credit to ski on Bromley JISP Sundays. You must commit to nine weeks of instruction. If you are interested and have more questions please contact Amy Zimmer at boc@bromleyoutingclub.com. To sign up please go to https://bromleyoutingclub.sportngin.com/register/form/764149911 and click on JISP Instructor.

JISP & KAP Drivers – Drive 3 or more JISP and/or KAP students and receive a lift ticket for $15 on your JISP afternoon & $20 for Bromley Sundays. All drivers must be BOC members. Shared drivers must share benefits, meaning only one can use the benefits on a given day at a time. Drivers can sign in as early as 11:00 on their JISP day. Your town chair will coordinate To sign up please go to https://bromleyoutingclub.sportngin.com/register/form/764149911 and click on JISP Driver.

JISP & KAP Scholarship Form – Please fill out the paper application and turn it in to your town chair. Your application will be reviewed by your school Principal and your town chair. You will be notified by email if you have qualified. To download and print the scholarship application please click 2016 JISP Scholarship Application. If you do not know who your town chair is please click JISP Town Chairs 2016 Web.

JISP Info Sheet – To download the JISP info sheet with dates, pass & rental information click JISP INFO PAGE 2016-3

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