Job Posting and 2017 Calendars

2016-10-18 18:21:04.000 – Ryan Knapp, Weather Observer/Staff Meteorologist


Having worked here for over a decade, one thing I have learned is that the only constant is change. Every year, winter changes to spring, spring changes to summer, summer changes to fall, and once again fall changes to winter. Views change from 20 feet to 130 miles then back again. Technology changes becoming more efficient and smaller. Our museum has changed. Our gift shop has changed. And apart from me, our summit personnel has changed a few times. Most recently is a change that occurred earlier this month as Mike Dorfman departed us to pursue higher education. With his departure, that means in due time, another change will come with whoever we decide to higher as his replacement. Today, we posted the vacant position and are starting to receive the resumes of possible replacements. If you have ever wanted to work on the summit, you can click on the highlighted words above and throw your hat into the ring as they say.

Another change that comes annually is our calendars. This year we have produced two 2017 calendars – a Vistas calendar and a Marty calendar (both available HERE). If you are looking something to track the changes in your life, a calendar might be worth picking up. And if you decide to purchase one, our publisher is having a 30% off sale from now until October 24th at 2359 EDT. At checkout, enter code OCTHIRTY. If we learn of any changes or additional sales codes from our publisher from now until the end of the year, we will post them to our various social media sites.

Vista and Marty 2017 calendars


Ryan Knapp, Weather Observer/Staff Meteorologist

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