Online and Virtual Programs
Project U.S.E. is working with a number of our current school and community partners to develop online and virtual programs in order to continue providing high quality environmental and experiential education courses to the students we serve. These courses are designed to incorporate the same team building exercises, initiative games, small group activities, and small group debriefing that make our outdoor programs so successful in community building and helping students to improve their leadership and communication skills.
We have pre-designed activities and virtual programming to use with participants of different ages, and are also able to develop customized workshops and programs for organizations depending on their needs. We’re more than happy to work with schools, non-profits, companies, colleges and universities, and other organizations who are looking to provide a unique, memorable community building experience for remote teams or students and employees working from home.
A few examples of the types of online programs we are able to develop include:
- Online scavenger hunt workshops and programs that can be focused on any number of different subject areas – outdoor exploration, music, geography, program or campus orientations, community gardening, nutrition, and environmental justice are just a few of the available options.
- Virtual sessions focused on small group learning combined with independent activities that participants can engage in individually for continued learning. As an example, our Pedal Farmers program will be operating this summer with a modified program model combining online and virtual sessions for community gardening with hands-on student activities that participants will engage in with gardening kits that will be delivered to them.