Outward Bound

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Outward Bound

n
(Education) trademark (in Britain) a scheme to provide adventure training for young people
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As is typical of an Outward Bound program, this one is not for the faint of heart.
Its activities include: Bulgaria's first Street Children Program for homeless and unemployed youth, which was later expanded to include over 16-year-olds; Outward Bound Program, Civil Society Programs, including the establishment of Junior Achievement a Bulgaria, annual Excellence in Journalism Prizes, donations and scholarships.
Fox and middle school drama teacher Eliza Hale remember how the idea of the urban Outward Bound program impressed them when they heard about it at a National Association of Independent Schools meeting.
Bower, who has macular degeneration, was participating in an Outward Bound program there, and Fisichella, an engineer, was a sighted guide for a sailing program for the blind.
The Outward Bound program gives veterans suffering from PTSD the skills to deal with the wilderness as a method of personal growth.
Wassegijig got involved in the Outward Bound program while at Laurentian and after graduation headed south to work as an instructor at the Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center in Boston, delivering outdoor courses.
In thinking about how we might best respond to the obvious and immediate challenges to the future of dental hygiene, the Outward Bound program came to my mind.
LAURA SCOTT, a Staff Assistant, was formerly a development intern in the Thompson's Island Outward Bound program, and a program coordinator at Princeton University.