Adventure Education major highlights for your consideration

The Adventure Education curriculum will challenge you, and is intended for the student who is academically motivated, enjoys reading and writing along with spending lots of time outdoors, and has professional interests in helping others learn and grow through outdoor pursuits. The expectations are high, but the rewards can be transformative.

Our four full-time staff and several additional part-time faculty are readily available to students, often involving you as a colleague in professional projects and conference presentations, and they walk their talk, with years of experience as practitioners and teachers of adventure education. We are eager to help you succeed here at Fort Lewis College, and progress toward a rewarding career in field-based leadership and instruction, and administrative positions with adventure education, outdoor education, therapeutic adventure, and environmental programs.

If you are interested in embracing both the challenges and rewards of the Adventure Education program, we are eager to see you as one of our students starting this fall. If you have any questions, please browse our website or give the Adventure Education Program Director, Dr. Bob Stremba, a call at (970)247-6295.

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