Educational Programs for High School Students
Funded in part by the California Community Foundation
A youth “adventureprise” initiative, Nature Now trains student interns over the course of 10 weeks as outdoor adventure guides specializing in rock climbing while also learning important marketing and leadership skills to be young entrepreneurs.
Hunger Prevention Project
Funded in part by San Diego Gas and Electric
This 10-week leadership development series educates students about food insecurity, trains them as hunger advocates, provides leadership trainings, and empowers them to implement service projects.
Teen Adventure Challenge
The Teen Adventure Challenge is an annual youth adventure and team building race that brings communities across Southern California together to inspire young people to step out of their comfort zones and explore new opportunities in the outdoors. Learn more at teenadventurechallenge.com.
Youth in Action
The Youth in Action – Be the Change Club will meet once per week for 60 minutes after school starting after Spring Break to explore issues in the community as well as solutions. Participants will research, design and implement awareness and volunteer activities in their school and community.