The Philmont Staff Association
Who can join?
If you are a current or former seasonal staff member of Philmont you can…
If you are a current or former PTC instructor, host or facilitator you can…
If you were an instructor at Philmont for NJLIC or NAYLE Staff you can…
Double H Staff
If you are a former seasonal staff member of the Double H you can…
Benefits of Membership
Get in touch with other members of the PSA or locate your former tent mate to send them a holiday card.
Receive our award-winning High Country magazine in digital or paper format at least six times a year. Special editions too!
Reunions and Treks
Participate in our annual reunion at Philmont. Trek the backcountry in the summer and fall. And attend local reunions.
Cast your vote for our governing board every three years and even run for a position yourself.
The Philmont Ranch Committee and Philmont management have invited us to construct our own standalone PSA office building as part of their Philmont Museum Expansion.
Getting certified in Wilderness First Aid can be a challenge—it is sometimes hard to find an available course.
Ways The PSA Supports Philmont Staff
Few places have mastered the leadership skills that have made Philmont such a success. A professional staff second to none, an intensely committed cadre of volunteers, and a corps of current and former staff work as partners, leveraging each other’s talents into a dynamic operation delivering wilderness adventures that last a lifetime.
- Building HOmE 23.7%
- 2015 President’s Circle 100%
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Recent Blog Posts
This listing is updated regularly, but not instantly. Please understand that a department, training crew or camp may no longer be available even though it is listed as available below. Nancy Coleman (firstname.lastname@example.org) will contact you regarding your selection.read more
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