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outward bound

[′au̇t·wərd ′bau̇nd]
(navigation)
Heading for the open sea.
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Outward Bound was developed in 1941 as a resiliency program for young British service personnel.
Worcester, MA 01605 or to the Outward Bound Scholarship Program, www.
Horvath used to work for Outward Bound Canada, running canoe courses for the organization.
Nick Barrett, chief executive of The Outward Bound Trust, says: "The outdoors is a wonderful and healthy classroom.
For 70 years, the Outward Bound Trust have been running residential outdoor adventures - giving children the fun and excitement of meeting new people, experiencing wilderness, learning to climb, kayak, camp out under the stars, gorge scramble, sail and so much more.
For nearly 70 years, generations of young people have been having the same intense Outward Bound experiences and we would like to hear about them.
Keepmoat organised and funded the Outward Bound course to help put something back into the community where it is working.
Nick Barrett, The Outward Bound Trust's CEO said: "Our experience of over half a century has proved we inspire young people to fulfil their potential through challenging outdoor experiences, raising self esteem and preparing them to face the future with confidence.
Since Omani schools do not follow co-education, Evans revealed that the Outward Bound activities would also be separate for girls and boys.
And he'll raise money for Outward Bound, an organization geared toward helping underprivileged children connect to the outdoors.
Leadership the Outward Bound way; becoming a better leader in the workplace, in the wilderness, and in your community.