Introduction to Guiding

February 23, March 2, & March 9
Do you have what it takes to lead a group of people in today’s most popular outdoor adventures? Find out in our one-of-a-kind experiential outdoor leadership course, which prepares enthusiasts for leading trips in the wild! These three full-day informative excursions will prepare you with hands-on skills for both on-land and on-water environments. You will receive in-depth technical outdoor training for hiking, kayaking, Leave No Trace practices, and more! Discover how to make informed decisions using common risk management practices, exploring schools of thought and techniques used. Learn how to harness the power of impromptu facilitations with Teachable Moments! Still not convinced? Come to our FREE “How to become a Guide” seminar on Feb. 12. Get ready to find the coolest job ever, because once you’ve completed this course, you’ll have what it takes to lead people outdoors!
Mandatory Pre-trip Meeting: 
Thursday, February 21 • 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM, Recreation & Wellness Center Room 124
Program Fee: 
$60 HSU Students • $80 All Others
Program Fee Includes: 
3 full days of experiential learning and professional training in the field. Participants who complete the course will receive a certificate of completion.
Day and Time: 
Saturdays • 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Registration Deadline: 
Wednesday before event
 

EVENTS

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