HSU VETS Outdoor Program

HSU VETS Outdoor Program

Summer 2019

                             MAY 22-25 WHITE WATER RAFTING                                                          JUNE 17-20 Beg/Int - BACKPACKING
                                              Trinity River                                                                                                      Klamath National Forrest

                        

Vets program rafting                              Vets Hiking

Transportation, food, equipment provided!

Recommended Equipment and Supplies                                                                                       Forms

Backpacking                                                                                                                                                 Reservation Form

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 The transition program at Humboldt State University embraces the values and strives for the outcomes of Adventure based practices and Wilderness Therapies. Our Adventure based programs are concerned with intention. That intention is the transition provided by the program, to the benefit of participants. Our programs have been created to provide an experiential learning environment which has been defined as "a learning process that happens for an individual involved in a direct experience." Our program provides this direct experience by building a connection with nature that each individual can use to learn to find their spiritual space, to manage stressors and perceived or real challenges of civilian life. Stehno (1986), in reviewing seven models of experiential learning indicated that each includes: 

  • 1) action that creates an experience, 
  • 2) reflection on the action and experience, 
  • 3) abstractions drawn from the reflection, 
  • 4) application of the abstraction to a new experience or action.
We marry Experiential Learning with Experiential Education which is about the trans active process between educator and learner. Our programs use the environment and being immersed in nature to provide the Experiential Education. In this environment the use of self-reflection combined with the spiritual elements of nature aids in providing individuals with transition management skills.
 
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