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.

OUR MISSION:

  • 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.