There are many features that make our yearlong bushcraft immersion program unique, and to read about them you should check out the yearlong page as the purpose of this post is to list a few of the perks that go along with taking the yearlong, but aren’t a part of it.
Yearlong program graduates have an opportunity to expand their experience with our summer homesteading, sustainability and organic gardening internship. At the end of the spring term, they’d stay on at the field school and learn all about growing food and taking care of the soil by actively doing it.
Yearlong program graduates also have an opportunity to be assistant instructors during our summer courses. This can be combined with the homesteading internship for a busy and engaging summer of working with people, working with bushcraft and working with the land.
They can also participate in future yearlong programs as a teaching assistant, where they participate in the yearlong program again, teach what skils they’re comfortable with and continue to learn.
Another option is to join us for one or more of our guided trips as assistant guides.
Lastly, they get a lifetime discount on our courses and adventure travel trips that aren’t associated with the yearlong program.
When someone chooses to take a semester or yearlong immersion program, they’re not just taking a course; they’re joining a community of likeminded people. We take our commitment to helping them learn and achieve their goals seriously by providing continuing learning opportunities such as these.