Project Stewardship provides enriched learning experiences for young adults of all ages and serves as a bridge to understanding self, others and the natural world. Our program offers a variety of channels for young people to get involved in becoming effective participants in their own learning, livelihoods and successes. Read more about Project Stewardship.
Our program participants meet twice monthly for a workshop and an outing in addition to embarking on volunteer and/or internship placements with the Sangha Education Center and our community partners. We afford young adults the opportunity to develop confidence and social awareness, communication and leadership capabilities, problem solving and coping skills, and varying levels of ability in areas of interest and community need. Increasing personal well-being and environmental stewardship occurs while making new friends with peers and mentors. Participants are able to explore an array of different LIFE opportunities that relate to leisure pursuits, creativity outlets, and academics towards college majors and/or career. Project Stewardship ultimately serve as a pathway for participants to “find and follow their bliss”.