World and Wilderness Youth Leadership Development
Looking for the right blend of nature engagement, educational mentorship, and most importantly, fun for your youth?
Then it may be time for them to enter the WYLD; World & Wilderness Youth Leadership Development. Offering programs from Orange County to Santa Cruz, WYLD is a growing program that offers guided adventures in some of California’s most iconic natural places.
WYLD is now offering monthly Forest School day programs at Santa Clara County parks, starting March 16th, for all youth aged 6-8.
The whole family’s invited for the June 8th Family Campout at Butano State Park! Also check out their Kids Summer Camp, a week-long exploration of Big Sur and Morro Bay in late June.
WYLD offers programming for teen-aged youth as well, from monthly Teen Leadership & Field Schools to the week-long summer Teen Camp program, also held this year in Big Sur and Morro Bay–and don’t worry teens, it’s a separate program from the Kids Camp! Participants in the teen Field School program actively develop leadership and outdoor skills through practical application, nature immersion, and service-based learning in a fun and safe community environment.
For more information about World and Wilderness Youth Leadership Development programming in Northern and Southern California, check them out at www.wyldeducation.weebly.com