Earlham CollegeOutdoor Education Office: Dennis email@example.com
Since 1971, Earlham has been at the forefront of training and developing outdoor leaders and educators with a unique, liberal arts approach to outdoor and experiential education. The Outdoor Education Integrated Pathway is designed to prepare students for a leadership role in the professional field of outdoor education.
NOLS Exploration Film Tour Join NOLS and Earlham College's Environmental Leadership Program for The Exploration Film Tour! The Exploration Film Tour shares stories that aim to inspire adventurers to pursue their dreams, whether they do that by reaching remote summits, paddling the world's oceans, or digging around in their own backyard. We'll be showing 8 short films, followed by a Q&A session about opportunities with NOLS.
Location: Loose Lecture Hall (LBC 105)
Time: 7:30- 9:30 pm
This event is FREE and open to the public.
August Wilderness 2018 Earlham's long-standing pre-orientation program is the ideal way to start the Earlham College experience. Incoming First Year students have the opportunity for 12 days of backpacking in the Uinta Mountains of Utah or canoeing in the water wilderness of Wabakimi Provincial Park, Ontario. Forming lifelong friendships, gaining leadership training, and receiving an introduction to Earlham's integrated curriculum opportunities (3 academic credits are awarded) are just some of the benefits of this unique experience. For many students August Wilderness is just the start of a rewarding relationship with Outdoor Education program.
August Wilderness Program
New Zealand Semester Abroad
Center for Career & Community Engagement
Campus Sustainability Initiatives
Environmental Leadership Program