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outward bound

[′au̇t·wərd ′bau̇nd]
(navigation)
Heading for the open sea.
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Mark Evans, General Manager of Outward Bound Oman said, "We have been delighted to deliver these courses on behalf of Ooredoo, who have played a key role in supporting Omani youth through this training.
Outward Bound is a nonprofit educational organization serving people of all ages and backgrounds through challenging learning expeditions focused on character development, leadership, and service.
As with the global growth of the Outward Bound movement in the 1940's, the growth of Outward Bound within Oman has been similarly rapid.
In honor of their 50th Anniversary, the Hurricane Island Outward Bound School would also like to announce a $50,000 matching challenge grant for the School's Student Opportunity Fund, a part of the overall HIOBS scholarship program that ensures no student is turned away from an Outward Bound experience due to an inability to pay tuition.
An Outward Bound course involves taking small groups - called patrols - of participants into unfamiliar, often wilderness, settings with highly trained instructors.
There have been millions of moments when I have thought 'I am not going to be able to do it' but the training has been fantastic and we just kept focusing on the possibility of raising pounds 1m for Outward Bound.
Donors have given more than pounds 290,000 to sponsor the prince, who is the Outward Bound Trust's chairman of trustees.
Donors have given more than pounds 290,000 to sponsor Andrew, who is the Outward Bound Trust's chairman of trustees.
The Duke of York, 52, said: "As chairman of The Outward Bound Trust, I am very proud of the work it undertakes with young people.
Worcester, MA 01605 or to the Outward Bound Scholarship Program, www.
The partnership with Outward Bound Canada is designed in part to help increase the graduation rates among the Nakoda students at the school.