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A gap year program may be just the thing for high school graduates looking to take a year off on between graduation and college to find themselves. This year is often very important to a budding young woman or man Read More

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Camp Lohikan in the Pocono Mountains

65+ DAILY ACTIVITIES! YOU CHOOSE YOUR ACTIVITIES EVERY DAY! All Arts, Sports and Adventure Activities PLUS Horseback Riding (FREE!), Jet Skiing, Paintball, Quad Riding, Circus Arts, Flying Trapeze, Rock Band, Spy Camp, Skateboarding, Tennis, Golf, Water Skiing, SCUBA, Bungee Trampoline, Dance, Drama, Arts & Crafts, Rock Climbing, Sailing, Survival Camp, Laser Tag, Dirt Bikes & more. 2,4,6,8, Week Sessions. Two Weeks (8/18-18) $1900. One-Week June Mini-Camp (6/17-23) $1000. August Mini-Camp (8/18-24) $900. Owned and operated by the Buynak Family since 1957. First-Time Camper Specialists! Tuition Refund Guarantee!

Langskib Wilderness Canoe Programs

Wilderness canoeing adventures leave from our remote island basecamp and travel through the surrounding five million acres of North America's finest canoe country in a spirit honoring awareness, freedom, balance, and trust. We believe that our canoe trips are an excellent metaphor for life's journey and represent an important rite of passage into adulthood. Sessions include 2, 3.5 and 7 weeks programs for young men ages 10-17.

2 week program: Boys ages 10-12

3.5 and 7 week programs: Boys ages 10-17

Please visit our Northwaters listing for coed and all girls programs.

Northwaters Wilderness Canoe Programs

Our wilderness canoe trips take us through some of the most beautiful country in the world, creating opportunities for all experience levels that focus on learning from the land and one another in a spirit that honors awareness, balance, and trust. We believe that when participants learn how to handle life on the trail, they become better equipped to handle life in general. Programs available for for girls (ages 11-17) and coed (ages 14-17) in separate 2 and 3.5 sessions.

2 week program: Girls ages 11-14

3.5 week sessions: Girls ages 12-17 and Co-Ed ages 14-17

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Camp Quinebarge

Camp Quinebarge is an 80 year old traditional, co-ed, overnight camp in New Hampshire that offers children ages 7-16 the ability to learn about themselves, each other and the world around them while having the best summer of their lives and making friendships that will last a lifetime. Quinebarge offers all the great traditional summer camp activities of swimming, boating, wood shop , sports (soccer, tennis, lacrosse, gaga, kick ball), archery, mountain biking, nature, horseback riding, arts and crafts, and evening activities like all camp capture the flag and find the counselor. We also have our own homegrown Quinebarge world ...

Outward Bound

For 50 years and with more than 1 million participants, Outward Bound continues to be the premier provider of experience-based outdoor leadership programs. A national nonprofit, we offer over 500 adventure-based courses year-round serving youth (starting at age 12), teens and adults.

Course activities include rock climbing, sea kayaking, backpacking, mountaineering, canyoneering, skiing and snowboarding, sailing, dog sledding, canoeing and whitewater rafting in some of the most beautiful and inspiring wilderness areas across the nation. No matter the activity, courses focus on learning through experience, compassion, ...

CIEE's Gap Year

  • Portland, ME U

Global Volunteers

  • St Paul, MN U.S.A.

GlobalQuest

  • Portland, ME U.S.A.

i-to-i Volunteer Travel

  • Various Locations, Costa Rica, Ecuador, India

Center for Interim Programs (The)

  • Princeton, NJ U.S.A.

Ruined for the Ordinary

  • Hazelbrook, Australia

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