A Unique Outdoor Education and Adventure Experience in July on Hornby Island.
Young women enrolled in a secondary school in BC are invited to take their learning , leadership and love of the environment to a whole new level this July in a new exciting outdoor education program and adventure camp on breathtaking Hornby Island. Tribune Bay Outdoor Education Center in partnership with Ocean Wise are offering an inclusive five day, four night all female camp running from July 15 to 19, with only 10 spaces remaining.
The camp is centred on developing students' understanding about marine life and stewardship. Participants will also gain strong understanding of the leading environmental issues affecting out oceans today and be inspired to take part in a global effort to protect our waters.
Throughout the week, participants will get involved in team building, leadership and outdoor adventure activities including kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking, climbing and high ropes. An exclusive marine boat tour to experience local marine animals will also be planned during the outdoor education. As a special feature to the camp, which is centred on young women taking leadership roles in ocean ecology and protections, participants will meet courageous young Australian kayakers, Lucy Graham and Mathilde Gordon of Passage Adventures.
Students who successfully complete the program are eligible for 4 grade 12 course credits which will be applied to the BC Graduation Certificate.
Cost of the program is $500.00. The fee is already heavily subsidized by school credits, but if additional subsidies are needed, the organizers request your kindly write a note with your application you have done or will do to fundraised and what you will need to get to the full amount. Limited subsidies are available.