WYLD summer camps have different itineraries and destinations, but all teach life long skills.
by setting and achieving goals, students are able to build a healthy confidence that will foster a greater respect for themselves and the people around them.
instilling the added responsibility involved in wilderness travel helps people to work for themselves. This can help create a sense of independence and personal accomplishment.
in working with others and sharing in their hardships and triumphs, one learns compassion as well as a sense of tolerance.
Appreciation and Awareness for the world around us:
our classroom takes people away from the convenience of their everyday lives and requires them to live in balance with their surroundings.