Project Adventure

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Project Adventure is an international nonprofit education organization based in Beverly, Massachusetts. The mission of Project Adventure is to provide leadership in the expansion of adventure-based experiential programming.[1]

History[edit]

Project Adventure began as an adventure-based physical education program at the Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School in Massachusetts in 1971. By applying Outward Bound's adventure learning principles in schools, the organization received federal funding to expand its programs across the United States.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Mission. Project Adventure. Retrieved 8/18/07.
  2. ^ Neill, J. (2005) Project Adventure - In Brief. Wilderdom.com. Retrieved 8/18/07.

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