Youth Interagency

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The Youth Interagency Committee is devoted to fostering empowerment and having a positive impact in the lives of youth in Edson and Yellowhead County.  We believe in the potential of youth as they become confident, competent and caring individuals.  We are a committed group who aim to provide leadership opportunities, standards of excellence and enjoyable and safe activities for youth.

 

 

 

 

Respect

Respect for self, others, and the community

Responsibility

Developing amongst the youth a sense of responsibility for self, others and

community

Choices/Knowledge

Provide youth with the knowledge and choices to turn away from high risk

activities such as drugs and alcohol

Leadership

Provide youth with leadership opportunities

Diversity & Inclusion

Creating safe & inclusive environments that foster diversity & acceptance

If you would like to join our committee or become an event supervisor, please fill out this form and email it to lexia@edson.ca

 YIA Volunteer Application Form

Skiing and Snowboarding at Marmot Basin

In person registration only.
 

Join Youth Interagency on the slopes for an exciting day at Marmot Basin. The bus leaves from the Edson & District Leisure Centre at 7:00 AM and returns at 6:30 PM. Ages 12-17.

 
All participants must wear a helmet. You can bring one or borrow one at the hill. All participants must take a one hour lesson which is included in the price.
 
Lift Ticket & Transportation (please indicate if you need a lesson or not at checkout): $75
OR
Transportation Only (you have your own gear and tickets): $35
OR
Lift Ticket, Transportation, and Rentals: $115
All participants must bring money for lunch. Marmot Basin does not allow outside food in the chalet.
 
We will have four supervisors from YIA with us. One in the chalet at all times that youth must check in with at lunch time. They are welcome to leave their things at our table in the chalet, this will be our designated meeting spot.
Three supervisors will be out on the hill heading off with different groups of youth throughout the day. Everyone has to be on the hill will with a buddy, no solo riding. Each youth will have a helmet sticker to help identify them to the supervisors/other youth.