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.
Program participants meet twice monthly for a group workshop at Sangha Education Center and an outing to one of our community partner locations. We afford young adults the opportunity to develop confidence, social awareness, and communication skills, as well as problem solving and coping strategies, as they explore areas of interest and embark on new experiences.
Additionally, cultivating leadership skills enables opportunities in caring and advocating for people and planet. Learning the importance of personal well-being and environmental stewardship occurs while making new friends with peers and mentors.
Dungeons & Dragons Add-On
Our program participants have truly enjoyed our seasonal Dungeons & Dragons events. Therefore, we are now introducing regular Dungeons & Dragons series as an add-on to our Project Stewardship program. Dungeon Master, Scott is also an artist. He will combine game play and artistic creation throughout each season. Group storytelling will take on different formats including nature themes! Imaginative play is encouraged with current props and sets as well as new creations. Activity stations will be set up outdoors when warmer weather permits. We also plan to have our original Dungeon Master John back to visit with us this season or next. There will be something for everyone! Join us!