Mallard's Team of the Week — SROAM Jabronis
SROAMazing Race, sponsored by Selkirk’s Ski Resort Operations and Management (SROAM) program, was a tremendous success as numerous teams took over downtown Nelson for the third annual scavenger hunt.
Topping the race was SROAM Jabronis, edging second-place finisher I ski better than you and third place Nicholas Christen, for the activity Bend it on Baker.
Mallard Source for sport would like to salute not only members of the SROAM Jabronis but everyone who participated in the race.
The Ski Resort Operations and Management (SROAM) program has been around for just over 30 years, operating in Nelson, BC since inception.
As an integral part of Selkirk College’s Tourism department, the SROAM program educates students on the snow industry with classes in grooming, risk management, business communication, special events and so much more. Students spend three semesters in class and a fourth on a paid co-op at a ski resort of their choosing in any position.
The SROAM diploma also works as the first two years of a university degree at some Canadian universities, which is quite an amazing way of getting a degree.