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OutdoorEd.com has the largest directory of outdoor and experiential education programs on the Web including schools, camps, training providers, therapeutic programs, corporate training and development, team building, and outdoor education schools and centers. If you are searching for a outdoor education provider go to our Company Search page.

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Current Job Postings

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Female Program Director - Summer Camp Camp Hidden Meadows
  • Mid-Atlantic US
Mountain Biking Adventure Leader Gwynn Valley Camp
  • Southeast US
Associate Pogram Director - Logistics Colorado Outward Bound School
  • Rocky Mountains US
Climbing Assistant Director Gwynn Valley Camp
  • Southeast US
Lead Teacher Naturalist - Summer & April Vacation PUDDLESTOMPERS Nature Exploration
  • Northeast US

Upcoming Trainings

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Featured Law Center Case

A Club climbing wall employee and client arrange a “side deal” and ignore the Club’s posted rules regarding use of the wall. Following the client’s injury, who is responsible? 

Price: $25.00

Company Directory

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Featured Article

Epinephrine, it’s one of outdoor education’s ‘unspoken secrets.’ Something you don't like to talk about outside your program, lest you raise red flags about how your program operates. And that applies both to programs that carry epinephrine, perhaps against state law, and programs that don’t carry... Read more

Featured Blog

Author: Paul Auerbach
by Paul Auerbach, M.D. reposted with permission from the Medicine for the Outdoors Blog   The journal Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, published by the Wilderness Medical Society, always has a number of very interesting articles of significance to the layperson outdoor medicine enthusiast... Read more

Upcoming Events

Type: Conference
Dates: Thu, Apr 16, 2015 - Thu, Apr 16, 2015
City: Becket
State/Province: MA
Country: United States
Type: Conference
Dates: Wed, Oct 14, 2015 - Fri, Oct 16, 2015
City: Portland
State/Province: OR
Country: United States

Mile for Mile: A Film About Trail Running and Conservation in Patagonia

Mile for Mile: A Film About Trail Running and Conservation in Patagonia

Ultrarunners Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning and Luke Nelson run 106 miles through the newly opened Patagonia Park in Chile, to celebrate and highlight Conservacion Patagonica’s efforts to re-wild and protect this vast landscape. A short film by Rios Libres and Patagonia, Inc.

Outdoor Education: Publish or Perish?

We all know what this means in an academic setting. For all of us in the outdoor education field, publish or perish means something different. Something real. As outdoor professionals if we don't publish and share our best practices, our ideas and experience across programs it is a fact that people can perish and programs can perish as well. We all know of outdoor programs that have simply 'gone away' because they didn't have the resources--not just money: they lacked trained staff, protocols, solid curriculum, excellent risk management, etc. Outdoor Education isn't just about teaching our clients, it's also about us continuing to learn. That means each of us a professional staying up to date with our field in order for our industry to remain vibrant, professional and safe. We've done our part to build a platform for you to learn. Now it's time to do your part. Share.

Click here to be part of the Publish or Perish Challenge

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