Outward Bound’s history is rooted in finding solutions within catastrophe. Kurt Hahn started the program in 1941 as a means of addressing the high casualty rate of young seamen in Great Britain whose ships were torpedoed in the North... READ MORE
As an Outward Bound Instructor, I’ve often felt inspired by my students. I recently reached out to former students and asked what aspects of their Outward Bound experiences have continued to positively impact them in their daily lives. It was... READ MORE
How did an Outdoor Educator course and two scraps of paper lead to a business with a mission to alleviate loneliness? This is Audrey’s story. How It All Started Audrey was a recent college graduate when she signed up for... READ MORE
From all angles, Scotty Hernandez is an unlikely author. That may be because he is only 19 years old, or because he is a product of the Bronx, a notoriously dangerous but culturally rich borough of New York City. “Statistically... READ MORE
You may be wondering, If your first course was so monumental and moving, can you recreate the experience a second time or even a third time? Maybe you’re worried those deep pockets of tenacity wouldn’t be accessible again. Maybe the... READ MORE
Outward Bound Student Interview: Memekas Boyland “It started raining the moment we showed up, and it literally rained every day for the whole course!” While it may sound less than pleasant, Memekas Boyland (pronounced muh-MAY-kahs) has nothing but fond memories as... READ MORE
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