Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
Schooner Ernestina is an historic 156' Grand Banks fishing schooner, Arctic explorer and Cape Verdean transatlantic packet sailing today on an educational mission. Programs range from dockside programs and day sails to weeklong expeditions exploring the coastal environment.
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
Seacamp, located in the Florida Keys, offers both a marine science/SCUBA camp for teenagers during the summer and a school year marine science program during the fall and spring.
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
The Sierra Club is the largest grassroots environmental organization in the country and has been running outings for over 100 years.
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
Located on Starr Commonwealth's Albion, Michigan campus, the Adventure Education Program offers a wide range of programming options including indoor climbing gyms, outdoor and indoor high ropes courses, and numerous other outdoor and indoor group initiatives and activities.
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
Founded in 1957, the Student Conservation Association (SCA) is the nation's largest and oldest provider of conservation service opportunities, outdoor education, and leadership training for youth.
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
Operate a residential facility with wilderness programing treatment component: Backpacking, rockclimbing, mountaineering, whitewater rafting, canoeing, fishing, snorkeling, and snow camping. Serves dependents and wards of the juvenile court, adoptive failures, and private placments
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
The Teva Learning Center exists to renew the ecological wisdom inherent in Judaism. The program also facilitates personal growth, community building, and a genuine commitment to Tikkun Olam, healing the world.
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
VSAC Outreach Programs work with Vermont students who aspire towards higher education. The majority of our students are from low to modest income families and are first generation, college bound.
Type: Company Profile
Date Posted: Jun 26, 2001
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps is a non-profit youth, service, conservation, and education organization that instills in individuals the values of personal responsibility, hard work, education, and respect for the environment.