Written by: Lydia Carrington When U.S. military personnel return from active duty, their mission may be over but the difficult work of readjusting to life back home is still ahead. From complex and serious issues like physical and emotional trauma,... READ MORE
When thinking about NCOBS, many people envision groups camping in the North Carolina mountains. But if you take a closer look, it’s evident that the story goes far beyond the forest–and the Charlotte Unity Project is a perfect example. This... READ MORE
The Charlotte Observer, June 27, 2014 At the very least, spending time in the wilderness helped Anthony Butler develop a new appreciation for his family, his bed and indoor plumbing. But the Vance High School rising junior is counting on... READ MORE
North Carolina Outward Bound School employs more than 200 instructors each year to work in the field with its participants. As the leader in experiential and outdoor education, our instructors are accomplished outdoor educators who have extensive experience and training... READ MORE
“Young people today need authentic adventure,” said Josh Miner in a 1964 article in the Princeton Alumni News. The article, which inspired many that year, highlighted Miner’s efforts to introduce a unique experiential education methodology called Outward Bound to the United... READ MORE
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