MLE Clients are in the market for working students! If you are thinking about becoming a working student or have always wanted a position at a barn, take a look at the ads below!
Courtney Cooper, C Square Farm
Courtney Cooper and the C Square Farm team are back in Pennsylvania after enjoying a very successful winter season in Aiken and we are looking forward to competing extensively in Area II. We are looking to add another working student (or two!) to our program. Preference is given to individuals wanting to stay for a minimum of 6 months who are looking for a rigorous, educationally geared apprenticeship.
Our working students learn about training, sales, horsemanship, and breeding, and they also get plenty of opportunities to compete and ride themselves. Our winter working students brought home several blue ribbons of their own, (one is actually 3rd in the country on a horse C Square Farm lent to her) in addition to attending top events such as Carolina International.
We value our working students and treat them as members of our team with regular lessons, regular riding, days off, board for their horse and housing in a new, beautiful, and safe apartment complete with WIFI.
In addition to the benefits listed above we also do team dinners, and have our working students watch lessons with Courtney and top pros, including Boyd and Silva Martin and Richard Picken. We also strive to teach our working students life lessons; such as goal setting and planning for their future and are happy to stay involved with them individually after leaving our program.
If you are interested in joining this enthusiastic working student program, email your resume and riding video to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glenda Player, Playland Equestrian Center
Calling all working students! We are looking for a special candidates to join our team of working students. Our ideal candidate has a good work ethic, strong time-management skills and a keen interest in learning, as well as their own method of transportation. You must be able to work well with others, take direction and have a great attitude. Practical experience with horses is a must, and experience with young horses and a familiarity with eventing would be helpful. We maintain a 6-day workweek with consistent barn hours. Most days will consist of barn work for the first part of the day with routine horse management and the availability of a lesson in the afternoon. Travelling to shows and events also available for the right person. Must be at least 18 years old and have your own transportation. Live-in on farm situation available. Compensation will be in exchange for board for one horse, lessons, clinics, competitions and other fun learning opportunities!! What are you waiting for?
Email email@example.com and send a riding video and resume to apply today!
Stephen Bradley Eventing
Stephen Bradley Eventing is looking for a working student (or two!) to join the team in mid-March when they return from Florida! 6 months to a 1-year commitment would be preferred, but summer working students are also welcome.
Working students are immersed in the sport of eventing and can expect to travel to shows, assist in riding at the farm, and will be expected to help complete the day-to-day duties of an active training facility. Knowledge of eventing would be helpful, but is not required.
Housing, lessons and board for 1 horse are included.
If an opportunity like this appeals to you, please send a riding video and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.