Welcome to the Association for Experiential
Announcing Our 2013 AEE
Keystone Student Summit & Symposium
April 12-14, 2013
Keystone Science School - Keystone, CO
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EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION RATE
EXTENDED TO APRIL 12TH!
(See the registration page for details on rates)
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The Association for Experiential Education (AEE) - Rocky Mountain Region website is a resource for AEE members, teachers, educators, camp directors, social workers and others to help promote experiential education in the Rocky Mountain Region. The Association for Experiential Education divides North America in eight regions. The Rocky Mountain Region is defined as encompassing Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Sonora and Sinaloa (Mexico).
This site includes recent announcements, newsletters, articles, member forums, and a calendar of events to help keep individuals up to date. To keep in touch with happenings, please take time to register as a site user. Registration is open to members and non-members. For more information about becoming a member and supporting the organization, please see membership information at the AEE national site.
AEE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION NEWSLETTER: THE ROCKY
The latest version of the newsletter is out. View it here: rockymountain.aee.org/newsletters/
Please contact John Lacroix at email@example.com if you'd like to post an event here.
Wilderness Ministry Professional’s Course (WMPC) Offered three times yearly. SROM offers the WMPC to provide a premier training and development opportunity for persons who want to lead wilderness or outdoor ministry experiences. The course is specifically designed to teach and develop individuals to instruct backpacking and rock climbing experiences from a Christ-centered worldview. Individuals must have a minimum of six weeks field experience in a minimum of one week increments. CLICK HERE for more info.
40/40 Internship (Jun 3- Aug 21, 2013) For thousands of years God has called people into the wilderness for personal encounter with Him and to develop them as leaders. The Father uses wilderness experiences as a training ground to teach His children about Himself, who they are in Christ, and their life calling. The 40/40 internship has three sequential phases: (1) A Wilderness First Responder class in Laramie, WY, (2) A 40-day wilderness expedition, including rock climbing, backpacking, and mountaineering, and (3) An apprenticeship position on short courses for the remainder of the summer. CLICK HERE for more info.
2013 Student Summit/Symposium
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