Wilderness Introduction to Leadership Development (W.I.L.D.)
Monday, July 11 – Friday, July 15
Check-In and Pick Up Times
Check-in from 9 – 11am on Monday, July 11
Pick up between 4 – 6pm on Friday, July 15
Southern Adventures Center; Located inside the RAC in Statesboro
$275 (includes camping equipment, food and all activities)
What is W.I.L.D?
W.I.L.D. is designed to give Georgia Southern students an opportunity to learn leadership skills through intentional directed learning while participating in hiking, paddling, climbing, challenge courses and more! Students will experience growth through learning skills that allow them to thrive in adverse and uncertain situations while leading their peers. This trip is designed to directly support the purpose of CRI to “inspire self-discovery through sport, fitness, wellness, and adventure”. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of wilderness skills required to thrive while leading others in remote settings. Students can also expect to gain self-awareness regarding their default leadership style, roles, and skills associated with leading others in any future setting.
This program is designed to teach leadership skills in a wilderness setting. Students will apply these skills to challenges in a supportive learning environment with high expectations. Students will have the opportunity for a positive, transformational experience and leave inspired and empowered to lead others positively.
If you are interested in a W.I.L.D. experience please reserve your spot on this year’s trip as soon as possible!
Other important information
Your trip fee includes meals starting with breakfast on July 11 through breakfast on July 15, all group gear (indicated on equipment list), safety equipment, instruction, permits and transportation to and from the hiking, climbing and paddling areas and all camping fees. The Statesboro campus will serve as our “home base” throughout the week where we will be camping (all equipment is included) and we will be taking day trips to participate in hiking, paddling, and climbing activities. You are responsible for travel to and from Statesboro, additional lodging and meals before and after the trip, and any necessary evacuation expenses. It is recommended that you bring money along for meals in town and on the road on July 11 and July 15 as they will not be provided.
Your enrollment is considered complete with receipt of your full cost and your completed application forms; these are due on or before July 8. You will receive a refund for payment if you cancel by July 8.
After registering, our staff will contact you the first week of July regarding arrival and departure logistics, what to pack, and any additional questions you may have.
- Refund Policy
- Canoeing and Kayaking Informed Consent
- Climbing and Caving Informed Consent
- Backpacking Informed Consent
- Challenge Course Informed Consent
- Medical Info. & Health Statement Form
- CRI Adult Waiver
- CRI Minor Waiver
Last updated: 7/1/2021