Our 2013 season is around the corner and we here in the Chicago office couldn’t be more excited to get into the field. What makes us particularly eager is knowing that we will get to spend another summer working with our outstanding returning staff! Here is a short list of some leaders who will join us for 2013 and where they will be leading!
Is your leader returning?
Three-time leader Chris Emme is back this summer to lead our Footsteps of Giants program in Norway.
Former Service Leadership leader, Sarice Greenstein, will be leading our El Sendero program in Costa Rica this summer. We’re glad she’s back after a year off!
From the Gulf Coast to Colorado & Utah last summer, Hannah Russell-Goodson is ready to come back and lead a stellar program to Panama.
We’re happy to announce that Bradley Halpern is joining us again this summer on our Pachamama program in Peru. As a teen, he was a participant on RLT programs and in 2011, a trip leader to the Gulf Coast.
As luck would have it, we will be having a second Halpern joining us this summer as well. Former participant and Conservation is the Key intern Amy Halpern will be headed to Colorado this summer to work our Call of the Wild program.
After a year spent working in Alaska, our El Sendero leader from 2011 Dusty Grossheim is returning to head up our Call of the Wild program!
Former Aloha ‘Aina & Wapenduka leader Jackie Nesi will return and lead our Namaste program in India.
Casey Lynch will be bringing his energy and Spanish skills to Ecuador this summer after his summer in Costa Rica with us in 2012.
Our two-time leader Beth McMahon returns again this summer for an adventure in Peru on our Pachamama program.
Mary-Lacey Rogers led our Conservation is the Key program in 2011, Namaste in 2012 and this summer you will find her in Costa Rica, on our Pura Vida program!
After a year away from us, Sara Benge returns for a summer in Hawaii on our Aloha ‘Aina program!
Join us in welcoming them all back. As a reminder, we are still taking student applications for the summer.
Why not spend a summer with these remarkable men and women again?