Do you like working with people, playing games, and being outside?
Becoming a Challenge Course Facilitator might be the job for you!
Challenge course facilitators are responsible for leading groups in experiential activities on and off of the Stowe Heights Challenge Course. Facilitators are responsible for assisting in planning, leading activities for diverse backgrounds and needs, managing risk and safety, briefing and debriefing the activities, and maintaining and caring for all challenge course equipment and facilities according to their training and the standards set forth by the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT).
Stowe Heights Challenge Course consists of ground initiatives, a low ropes course, and a high ropes course. Although outside training and experience are an asset, all challenge course facilitators will be provided 30 hours of site-specific training and must pass a written and practical test.
This position is paid per hour. Stowe Heights Challenge Course is open for six months of the year (typically May to October) for low and high-course programming. The opportunity to facilitate a Portable Challenge program is available year-round. Becoming a facilitator allows you to work in a fun environment with people interested in playing games and supporting teams while they strive to meet their individual and group goals.
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