An update from the Kino Bay Center's Waterbird Monitoring Program.
“The Master of Arts and Adventure Education programs are really self-directed. I built a plan that integrated those two areas of study to help move my career forward. “I picked Prescott College because I’ve been working as a river guide for a few years and I wanted to learn more about the educational side of the outdoor industry, and I wanted to go to a place where there was a lot of social justice talking and thinking.”
Jeff was profoundly impressed with the power of wilderness-based adventure education to build team skills and self-confidence.
“I am concerned that folks do not recognize how hard and unsafe it is to currently be a
transgender person in this country and abroad. I am concerned for young people that
are in college that are beginning to, or have found their voice, only to be told that they
are not worthy, they do not count.”
Amy earned her Bachelor’s degree in Education enriched with emphases in Adventure Education and Outdoor Program Administration. She used her academic and hands-on learning to start a volunteer program at Northern Arizona Adaptive Sports Association for her senior project.
Nicholas teaches courses in research skills, research methods, and APA formatting to support students in their understanding of information literacy and college-level writing and composition.
Adjunct faculty member Michelle Banks had the pleasure of teaching this year’s U.S.-Mexico Border Studies course and said that her students were “an incredible group to work with.”