The Pocono Alpine Ski Educational Foundation, Inc. (PASEF) is a parent-run 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that operates and manages the alpine and freestyle snow sports programs at Camelback Resort in Tannersville, PA. It was founded at Camelback in 1995 as a legacy to Rob Corchnoy, one of the original members of the Camelback Alpine Team, who tragically passed away in 1994 as a result of injuries sustained in a skiing accident. PASEF’s mission is to support and grow snow sports competition in the Pocono Mountains, with an emphasis on commitment, sportsmanship, citizenship, and the preservation of Rob’s legacy.
- We instill healthy values and improve opportunities for higher education through snow sports competition.
- We provide a high caliber and rewarding competitive experience in a supportive team environment.
- Our athletes are dedicated to continuous self improvement and the achievement of personal excellence.
- We build lasting friendships among like-minded athletes, volunteers and coaches, with an emphasis on commitment, sportsmanship and citizenship.
- We promote snow sports safety and concussion safety awareness.