The Young Adult program provides a focused learning opportunity to support young people facing transitions into college, community and adulthood with greater meaning and purpose. Students practice boundary setting, intentional dialogue, supportive feedback, while developing life skills and leadership. Lessons foster self-reliance, trust and intentionality as students identify their strengths and healthy strategies for coping with life’s challenges. Flexible trek length with an average length of stay of 21 days to 6 weeks STUDENT PROFILE: Young Adults age: 18-over Withdrawn from academic institution
In need of a Gap Semester
Small groups 1:3 staff to student ratio (up to 6 students/group)
Flexible enrollment and length of stay
Sailing, SEA KAYAKING expedition, wilderness canoeing, and BACKcountry camping
Assessment with recommendations for transition structure
Northern Minnesota: Superior National Forest, Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area and Voyageurs National Park, New Mexico: Gila National Forest, Florida Ten Thousand islands, Everglades, The folrida Keys.
Admissions Applications are reviewed in collaboration with the students’ parents and referral sources. Airport locations: Minnesota—Duluth or Minneapolis. New Mexico – Silver City, Texas El Paso, Florida, Fort Myers, Miami. Depending on program area.