Go into the remote backcountry. Travel as a crew, living only on what you carry with you. Build memories you’ll never forget.
Dates: Friday, June 21 – Sunday, June 30, 2019
Age: Rising 8th graders (summer between 7th & 8th grade)
Get Out And Lead (GOAL) is an Outward Bound scholarship program that has been developed to cultivate budding leaders through the unique challenge of a 10-day wilderness expedition. The journey, specifically for designed for rising 8th graders (summer between 7th & 8th grade) includes backpacking and canoeing the wilderness of the Mid-Atlantic and rock climbing picturesque cliffs. You and your peer leaders will eat, sleep, and work together to ensure an unforgettable experience.
Selected applicants will have the opportunity to learn the value of cooperation and communication in a challenging, team-oriented environment. Upon completion of the course, you will return home with new skills, exciting stories, meaningful friendships, and insight into the strengths that lie within you. As a graduate of Outward Bound’s GOAL program, you will have opportunities to cultivate you leadership skills to benefit your community through service projects, reunions, and workshops throughout the year.
The GOAL Expedition is a merit-based scholarship expedition awarded to some of the area's elite youth leaders who are excited to challenge themselves and discover their leadership potential. This scholarship is available for rising 8th graders interested in attending this summer’s expedition in the Delaware Water Gap.
HOW TO APPLY
- Apply online: Complete application, including a personal intent essay and two letters of recommendation.
- Submit $100 application fee – Fee will be refunded to applicants who are not accepted
- Submission Deadline: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2019.
WE WANT YOU!
Push yourself or nominate someone you know for this unique scholarship-funded opportunity. Please submit all applications to Jennifer Raymond at [email protected]
After we receive your materials, you will be contacted for a brief interview.