Free Challenge Course Experience for Local Nonprofit Leaders and Key Staff


Free Challenge Course Experience for Local Nonprofit Leaders and Key Staff

Monday, August 4

8am-Noon

Teton Science Schools’ Jackson Campus

Doug Walker Challenge Course

Teton Science Schools and the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole are teaming up to add a new course to CFJH’s nonprofit leadership series. Local nonprofit leaders, and key staff, can Join TSS instructors at the Teton Science Schools’ Jackson Campus on Monday, August 4, 8am-Noon, and explore the new Doug Walker Challenge Course.

During this half-day challenge course program, participants will engage in one ground-based initiative, one low element and one high element. The program is open to all local nonprofit leaders, and their key staff, in Jackson and Teton Valley ID. Maximum enrollment is 39 participants.

The Doug Walker Challenge Course is an outdoor, experiential obstacle course on the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools. It is an educational resource to help groups foster teamwork, cooperation and leadership, and to help individuals develop awareness, self-reliance and confidence. TSS incorporates educational themes throughout the course to teach participants about scientific topics and concepts. The challenge course is designed for youth groups, families and for professional development.

This is a great opportunity to experience the benefits of Teton Science Schools’ Doug Walker Challenge Course, and for local nonprofit leaders to envision how the course could be used  for their staff, board members, clients or participants.

This program is being funded by Teton Science Schools’ Jack Shea Innovation Fund and the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole. For more information, or to register, please contact Cynthia Millard at (307) 733-1313 or[email protected].