At the Stepping Stones Program, students are grouped into 4 teams. Your team will work together to during the program’s activities.
Each team consists of:
Students are housed in cabins over the weekend. Each cabin sleeps up to 6 people and includes a bathroom. The opportunity to shower in private stalls in the bathhouse will be made available every evening. All gender cabin options are available.
While at the Stepping Stones Program, a catering company serves delicious and plentiful meals. We also provide a variety of snacks throughout the day. We are happy to accommodate food allergies and dietary considerations.
Led by natural resource professionals, students enhance their knowledge base of natural history, ecology, conservation, and more through detailed lectures in the classroom and hands-on activities outdoors in the field.
You will spend time outside learning field techniques and participating in the focused outdoor recreation activity.
Your time at the Stepping Stones Program will consist of a mix of indoor and outdoor activities. Click on the button below to view a sample packing list and get an idea of what you would need to bring with you!
Have you read all the details but still have questions about the Stepping Stones Program and becoming a Conservation Advocate?
Please reach out to our Director of Outreach and Alumni Engagement, Katie Cassidy, and she will be happy to answer any questions you might have!
You can reach her at 570-939-5109 or email@example.com.