This is a guest post by RLT alumna Emma Franklin, now an Innovation Consultant for Innosight.
I’ve always been perplexed by the outdoors.
How can a place simplify life and present the most complex of challenges?
How can a place bring forth your best self and break you down to Posted by Donna on Mar 27, 2014 / Leader Staff, Personal Stories
This is a guest post by Jake Berman, participant and instructor on The Road Less Traveled for six summers in the United States and abroad. What may distinguish The Road Less Traveled from virtually all other summer experiences is the scope of its personal impact: it goes deep, it goes broad, and it lasts forever.
I was a
We know that young people who experience certain formative life lessons before they are launched into independence have a considerable advantage over their peers.
These lessons are not the ones measured by SAT or ACT scores. They are not lessons learned by being plugged into an electronic medium for hours a day. They can only
At least once a year, we drive from Chicago to Monument to meet in Colorado for an irreplaceable two weeks of staff training. Flying would be a lot quicker, and probably even less expensive. However, we prefer to spend time in the “wide-open spaces” that lie between the two states.
As we pass though the