Prices below do not include Snowbird Season passes or lift tickets and travel to other resorts for competitions. WD = Work Deposit that is paid upfront but can be refunded by working at approved events. Athletes must join US SKI & SNOWBOARD.
Devo Team Full Season (Ages 7-11) Starts Dec 1 --- March 24, 2019
|Full Season 2 Days Sat & Sun
|Full Season 1 Days Sat OR Sun
Price includes 5 day Christmas Camp and Trains Sat and Sun
Devo Team Half Season (Ages 7-11) Starts Jan 5nd-- March 24, 2019
|Half Season 2 Days Sat & Sun
|Half Season 1 Days Sat OR Sun
Price includes and Trains Sat and Sun
Devo Transitional Team
Devo Transition Team objective is to bridge the gap between YSL races and south series races. Athletes on the Devo Transition team get 10 extra days of race training at the UOP, and Snowbird. Athletes are invited to compete at two South series races at the end of the season. The cost is $600 on top of the Devo Team Fees. Athletes must have the Devo Head Coach's permission to sign up for the Trasitional Team.
Q: What does WD stand for?
A:WD stands for” Work Deposit”. Most of our work deposits are used for the Races and events we host at Snowbird resort. Other work deposit opportunities are possible but limited to one time events such as working the Ski and Snowboard Swap in the fall.
Q: How does the WD work?
A: The amount of WD’s or work deposit days required for each SBSEF Team varies. One WD = 8 hours of work at $100.00. This work deposit is collected up front then a “credit” is applied to your account as you work off these hours/days.
Q: What if I have more than one athlete on the SBSEF Team?
A: If you have more that one athlete that has an WD associated with their teams, the second athlete’s WD is given a 50% discount. If you have more than 2 athletes, the WD will be waived for the 3rd athlete. The order that the WD is charged is the highest WD assessment will be billed first and then the next highest second. After that the rest are waived.
Q: Do I have to work 1 full day per session or can I work a few hours at a time?
A: Most of our WD opportunities are scheduled either in 4 or 8 hour blocks. Exceptions can be made by contacting the office.
Q: What if I don’t work any days, what happens to my work deposit?
A: If you don’t work any WD days or you don’t work all days required, you will forfeit any portion of the Work Deposit not worked to the team at the end of season. Likewise, If you work, and have a credit left in your account you can request a refund or you can keep the money active in your account for Summer Camps or payment toward fees for the following year.
Q: How old do I have to be to work for WD Hours?
A: You must be 18 years old to work for WD.
Q: How do I sign up to work off hours for the WD?
A: WD opportunities can be found on the website under the Parents Tab.
Q: What if I don’t know anything about working a Race, do I need to be qualified in some capacity to work?
A: NO! You will be trained onsite for the event. Some of our more experienced race workers do attend clinics that help them advance into higher categories of race officials. It’s actually a great way to learn more about the sport and become involved with your athlete. But we do onsite training.