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|  January 2019  |
Fall19 Jobs AT7A2658

Join our team: Front-office

Front Desk Receptionist (full-time)
The Craftsbury Outdoor Center is looking for someone to join their office team!

The ideal applicant should have strong organizational and communication skills, the ability to multi-task and adjust to a changing, fast paced environment. Knowledge of Word and Excel are required along with 1 year of customer service experience preferably in the reservations/front desk field. Position is for closing shift:  11-7:00pm.

Lunch and recreational facilities provided along with other benefits.

Send your resume to jobs@craftsbury.com, or post to:
Chasidy LaMare 535 Lost Nation Rd, Craftsbury Common, VT 05827
fax: (802) 586-7768
Please provide 3 written references.

As always, keep your eyes on our Jobs section for the latest info on how to become a Center employee.

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Fall19 Jobs AT7A2658

Join our team: Front-office

Front Desk Receptionist (full-time)The Craftsbury Outdoor Center is looking for someone to join their office team!The ideal applicant should have strong organizational and communication skills, the ability to ... go arrow

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GRP Ski US Cross Country Ski Championships Preview

Seven Green Racing Project skiers will be competing in US National Championships, which kick off Thursday, January 3 right at home in Craftsbury, VT. The organizers expect hundreds of juniors, college athletes, and professional skiers to contest the four races. Besides National Championship titles, there’s a lot at stake in these races. On the senior side, all four races are the final chances to score points that count towards World Championships qualification, along with the earlier SuperTours. They also count towards World Cup qualification, especially for World Cup finals, which will be held in Quebec this coming March.

The Green Racing Project skiers include Ida Sargent, Caitlin Patterson, Kaitlynn Miller, Liz Guiney, Corey Stock, Adam Martin, and Akeo Maifeld-Carucci. Sargent ...

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GRP Ski US Cross Country Ski Championships Preview

Seven Green Racing Project skiers will be competing in US National Championships, which kick off Thursday, January 3 right at home in Craftsbury, VT. The organizers expect hundreds of juniors, college athletes, and ... go arrow

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GRP and Craftsbury Biathletes Podium at USBA Trials in Utah

This past weekend GRP biathletes Kelsey Dickinson, Raleigh Goessling, and Hallie Grossman, and Craftsbury Junior Biathlete Bjorn Westervelt competed at USBA Trials in Soldier Hollow, Utah. Trials consisted of three races that will be used to help name the next period’s IBU Cup team as well as the World Junior Team.

The first race was a sprint. For the women, Hallie and Kelsey raced their way onto the podium in first and second respectively each with one standing miss. On the men’s side, Raleigh also made his way onto the podium finishing second with two prone misses. In the youth men’s race, Bjorn finished 6th.

After one day off, the senior field competed in a mass start event. On the women’s side, Hallie was the only GRP competitor. She finished second cleaning her first stage ...

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GRP and Craftsbury Biathletes Podium at USBA Trials in Utah

This past weekend GRP biathletes Kelsey Dickinson, Raleigh Goessling, and Hallie Grossman, and Craftsbury Junior Biathlete Bjorn Westervelt competed at USBA Trials in Soldier Hollow, Utah. Trials consisted of three ... go arrow

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Lustgarten Takes on First Three Stages of FIS Tour de Ski

Green Racing Project skier Ben Lustgarten is currently in Europe competing for the U.S. in the annual Tour de Ski. The Tour is a unique event on the cross country World Cup circuit in that it packs a large number of races into a short time frame. With 7 races in 9 days in 4 different countries, it is a whirlwind event designed to test the stamina and mental fortitude of any athlete.

The Tour de Ski started out on December 28 in Toblach, Italy. In the opening freestyle sprint in Toblach, Lustgarten finished 105th. The following day was a 15k freestyle race, also in Toblach. Lustgarten placed 74th in that event. Skiers had one rest day before the Tour picked up again in Val Mustair, Switzerland. On January 1, Lustgarten placed 77th in the freestyle sprint in Val Mustair.

The Tour ...

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Lustgarten Takes on First Three Stages of FIS Tour de Ski

Green Racing Project skier Ben Lustgarten is currently in Europe competing for the U.S. in the annual Tour de Ski. The Tour is a unique event on the cross country World Cup circuit in that it packs a large number of ... go arrow

|  December 2018  |
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Sustainability & Soup Film Series

We are excited to announce a new film series in partnership with WonderArts: Sustainability & Soup. This series highlights climate change with a focus on food, energy and waste. Shifting away from the traditional doom and gloom narrative, these films highlight actionable steps through personal journeys towards a more sustainable future.There will be three events over the next several months, all shown at 6:30pm in the Activity Center with an option to purchase soup. Come early to enjoy a bowl of soup, and stick around after the film for a casual conversation led by the evening's event partner.

January 22:  Just Eat It
Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge, pledging to survive only on ...

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Sustainability & Soup Film Series

We are excited to announce a new film series in partnership with WonderArts: Sustainability & Soup. This series highlights climate change with a focus on food, energy and waste. Shifting away from the traditional ... go arrow

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CNSC Juniors at the first Eastern Cup

Last weekend marked the start of the Eastern Cup season where nearly three hundred racers descended on the Outdoor Center for an all freestyle weekend. As always, the first Eastern Cup brings together a large field of junior, elite, college, and masters racers. 

The weekend began with a freestyle sprint. In the qualifier Craftsbury newcomer Abigail Streinz was the quickest CNSC junior, finishing 12th (1st U18). Next was Quincy Massey-Bierman in 23rd (1st U16), followed by Adrienne Remick in 50th (12th U18). Hannah Streinz was 48th (13th U23), Camille Bolduc was 65th (8th U16), while Sydney Kulis was 121st (47th U18). The top 30 advanced to the open heats, where Abigail finished 17th and Quincy finished 18th. The next 12 fastest U16s raced in the U16 heats, where Camille finished ...

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CNSC Juniors at the first Eastern Cup

Last weekend marked the start of the Eastern Cup season where nearly three hundred racers descended on the Outdoor Center for an all freestyle weekend. As always, the first Eastern Cup brings together a large field ... go arrow

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GRP Biathletes Race in Nove Mesto and Obertilliach

This past weekend GRP biathlon again had athletes competing on both the World Cup and IBU Cup in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic and Obertilliach, Austria respectively. 

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In the opening sprint race Clare Egan had a strong performance placing 26th with two misses. Susan Dunklee finished 39th also with two misses. For the men, Jake Brown placed 78th. In the pursuit, Clare had another great race moving up from 26th to 20th with three misses. Susan placed 59th. Clare was the only US woman competing in the mass start where she finished 14th with three misses. World Cup racing action will resume after the holidays on January 10th in Oberhof, Germany. 

IBU Cup

The first IBU race of the weekend was an individual event. Kelsey Dickinson had a strong race and was the top US female finisher ...

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GRP Biathletes Race in Nove Mesto and Obertilliach

This past weekend GRP biathlon again had athletes competing on both the World Cup and IBU Cup in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic and Obertilliach, Austria respectively. World CupIn the opening sprint race Clare Egan had ... go arrow

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GRP Skiers at Craftsbury Eastern Cup

Green Racing Project skiers were very well represented racing at home at the Craftsbury Eastern Cup this weekend. The Eastern Cup Opener was the first in the 2018-2019 Eastern Cup series put on by NENSA. The races all had large fields, with a plethora of Eastern juniors, college skiers, masters, and elite skiers.

Saturday December 22- Freestyle Sprint

Of the six GRP skiers racing in Saturday's freestyle sprint, all made the top 30 in qualifying. Ida Sargent led the way for women in 2nd, Kaitlynn Miller placed 6th, Liz Guiney took 10th, and Corey Stock was 11th. Sargent sat out the heats, so the other three were tasked with trying to advance. Miller won her quarterfinal and placed 2nd in her semifinal to make the A Final. Unfortunately, a shoulder injury kept her out of the final, so she ...

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GRP Skiers at Craftsbury Eastern Cup

Green Racing Project skiers were very well represented racing at home at the Craftsbury Eastern Cup this weekend. The Eastern Cup Opener was the first in the 2018-2019 Eastern Cup series put on by NENSA. The races ... go arrow