At NYC Outward Bound Schools, we instruct three to five-day long expeditions for public school students and teachers. Students are accompanied by at least one teacher per small student group, and we often see principals, school leaders and additional teachers... READ MORE
I’m 30 years old and the smell of spring still means one thing: it’s time to start making a hideous picture collage to paste into the lid of my camp trunk. (For those of you who didn’t go to camp,... READ MORE
The outdoors can be an intimidating place. If you’ve had some burning questions about the world of outdoor recreation, but perhaps have been too nervous to ask, you’ve come to the right place! You might be apprehensive about camping in... READ MORE
Feedback is a practice that is both rigid and creative. It requires methodical thinking and sophisticated emotional intelligence. And in order to understand how to give and receive feedback at its best, not only do we need guidelines, but we... READ MORE
Intercept courses teach students the connection between handling responsibilities and earning privileges. Parents and guardians learn parallel with them—at home—that the importance of structure comes from themselves and their ability to practice compromise and consistency. The bottom line is, if... READ MORE
Beth, Steve, Eli and Sage are known as some of the most intrepid and incredible expedition paddlers at the Outward Bound School in Maine. They also happen to be Instructors. The past summer, they were looking for a challenge. They... READ MORE
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