Calling all Officials, Coaches and Volunteers!
2022 Fall Education Conference
November 5-6, 2022
FREE - Courtesy of the Alaska Division and supporting clubs.
Location: Arctic Valley, Anchorage
UPDATES and NEW CERTIFICATIONS for
Referees and Jury Advisors | Timing & Calculations
Get registered and learn more here »
Why become an official?
Taking part as a competition official is exciting — it brings you into the heart of the action! And it’s a way of helping the thousands of young athletes who enter competitions to have fun and to achieve personal goals.
It’s simple to get started. Become a member of U.S. Ski and Snowboard and join as an official. And then work with your local ski club to volunteer at an entry level position.
Who becomes a USSA official? Oftentimes it starts with parents of young athletes who want to be more actively involved. Former athletes and coaches are also great candidates with their background in the sport. But it can be anyone who has an interest in helping young athletes and playing an important role in their success.
Alaska Division Officials Chair
The Officials Chair is responsible for the following:
- Scheduling and assignment of TD to US Ski and Snowboard events in the Alaska Division.
- Hosting and overseeing clinics and updates.
- Tracking of officials and certification levels. Check and review against national data base, working with the Park City office. Maintains record-keeping of exams.
- Mentoring and assisting officials with advancement and shadow opportunities.
- Shares information with AOEWG Western Region representative and participates in working groups.
Please reach out to Brian Hartman, Alaska Division Officials Chair, if you need assistance with any of the above.
Phone: 907 529 0748