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Adventure Leader Training - September

Our 2022-2023 Adventure Leadership Program is now accepting applications! View our information page for all of the details. We meet once per month for training and also attend the HFAC adventures together as leadership (optional). Recommended for Grades 5th-12th.

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Adventure Leader Training - September
Adventure Leader Training - September

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Sep 09, 2022, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

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About the event

Outdoor Youth Leadership Program 2022-2023 Now Accepting Applications

First Meeting is coming up on September 9th! 

Register to be a Leader today.

Read more and request an application on our Adventure Leaders page!

This group of selected homeschoolers will have the opportunity to build life-long leadership skills, challenge their mental and physical abilities, and learn about their important role as change-makers in this world.

​Our Adventure Leadership program goes far beyond promoting a general sense of enthusiasm for the idea of being a leader, and instead help students develop a sense of confidence and of perspective such that leadership is seen not as the exclusive goal in and of itself, but rather as a means to greater accomplishment in one's life, a tool for personal empowerment, and as a springboard to provide meaningful service to one's community.

It is recommended that leaders are in grades 5-12, and will be separated at many points into middle and high-school aged groups. After acceptance to the program, they will be invited to participate in Adventure Leader monthly meet-ups beginning in September (2nd Friday of each month), activities and field trips for younger groups as Leadership Mentors, fulfill outside volunteer-work for approved organizations and events, and attend exciting HFAC leadership team-building events. Some students may also take part in areas of operations, research, marketing, and planning for HFAC based on their skills and passions. Locations announced one week before each meeting and will be between Pasadena and Claremont.

Their first team-building trip will be in September, where they will be challenged and called upon to use their communication and teamwork skills to build comradery and trust among their group in preparation for their exciting year together. This is a maritime lesson on an American Revolution tall ship replica where they will need to sail the ship out to sea as a team, lift and lower cargo, and work together as a crew. Once out to sea, the cannon will be fired!

Please keep reading for more details about the financial and time investments expected to take part in this unique program. We welcome you!

Space is limited to 12 students per age group. 

***To apply, scroll to the bottom of our Adventure Leaders Page to fill out your interest form. We will contact you within 24 hours. Every student that completes the application will be enrolled in the leadership program.

Read more and request an application on our Adventure Leaders page!

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