California Outdoor Education with Jacob Sackin
Exploring New Horizons (ENH) empowers students, builds environmental literacy, and strengthens school communities through residential environmental education programs. Founded as a non-profit in 1979, ENH partners with over 100 schools from Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, San Francisco, Monterey, and other Northern California counties, empowering students to better succeed in college and career and to work together to create a healthier and more sustainable world. ENH has two program models operating from September to June at its Loma Mar and Pigeon Point sites, and over its 40-year history, it has served over 200,000 students.
Listen to Jacob Sackin, Executive Director of Exploring New Horizons, highlight some of the great features of their programs, and discuss what environmental literacy means to him.
Exploring New Horizons is an organizational member of the California Association of Environmental & Outdoor Education (AEOE).
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If you are a teacher, parent, or guardian looking to get involved with an outdoor education program like Exploring New Horizons, visit the CAELI Community-Based Partner Hub and find partners and programs near you: CAELI Community Based Partner Hub.