Fixa What? Fixa Bike! Come to Outhouse at 1pm on Saturday for a L.E.G.I.T workshop. You can get advice, help and learn new things about your bike you never knew before. You might even ask what L.E.G.I.T stands for. All of your friends will be begging for the sweet new skillz you learn after this weekends workshop. RSVP to jtbrown(at)wesleyan.edu to get yourself a spot. Wrench on.
Before everyone gets too busy, lets go on a HIKE! Saturday 11am. After just a fifteen-minute drive, we’ll make the 2-mile hike to Chauncey Peak. We’ll have an unobstructed view of the glistening lake that laps against the rocky summit edge. Simply beautiful, folks. Meet at Outhouse at 11 am, and we’ll be back in a couple hours. If you want to come, email Hannan, at hbraun(at)wesleyan.edu.
Wondering about how to get outside and get paid this summer? These people might help you out, they lead pretty ambitious programs for kids. Their rep Steve will be here tomorrow, Wednesday November 1, to recruit/spread the word: you can find him outside the campus center from 11-2 or at a special presentation at 7:30 in PAC002. Here’s a little bit of what they’re about:
Overland offers outdoor adventures, community service projects, and language study abroad programs to young adults ages 11 to 18. We are seeking bright, dynamic and accomplished college students and recent graduates to lead trips this summer. The locations of our programs range from the beaches of Hawaii to the trails of Alaska, from the peaks of the Rockies to the quiet roads of Cape Cod, and from the small towns of Costa Rica to the high mountain passes of the Swiss Alps. Our focus on small, supportive groups, carefully planned trips, and inspiring leadership makes us a leader in summer programs for young adults.
Charismatic, motivated, and fun, our staff ensures the safety and well-being of every Overland student. Far more than counselors, guides, or instructors, Overland’s leaders are role models for our students, inspiring young adults see a world beyond themselves, explore new places, master new skills, and learn to work together towards a common goal. Most of our leaders have completed at least their sophomore year of college, worked with kids, and had extensive leadership experience-typically through high school and college leadership positions. For more information, please email steve(at)overlandsummers.com or check out our website. Applications are due in early January (or early December if you will be abroad in the spring semester). Finalists will be invited to interview in Williamstown, MA in February.