Women’s Expeditions is an exciting program aimed at empowering women to become leaders through outdoor experiences. Women’s Expeditions seeks to challenge women mentally and physically by taking risks and testing their limits in the great outdoors. At the end of each Expedition, participants are encouraged to apply what they learned to their personal and professional lives.
Women's Expeditions 2014-2015: Open to Bennies of all ages, majors, and experience levels!
Winter Break Trip: One Spot left! Apply Now!
Who: 5-6 Bennies!
What: Learning to sail in the British Virgin Islands!
When: January 3-11
Highlight of the trip: Every Bennie gets the opportunity to captain the sailboat for a day! Be prepared for snorkeling, swimming, and other fun activities as well = ]
Cost: $1700 + Airfare ($700 of the program fee will be due shortly after acceptance in order to secure your spot)
Applications due ASAP!! https://www.csbsju.edu/forms/O2IIRJAXM0.aspx
More Information: See below or email the IWL for a brochure IWL@Csbsju.edu
November 14th: Winter Camping at Lake Sarah
When: Evening of November 14th- Morning of November 15th
Where: Lake Sarah at CSB
How: Apply here https://www.csbsju.edu/forms/VVRXAHFBVB.aspx
Quarry Climb Day Trip:
Falls and Foliage Long Weekend Trip:
Past Expeditions include:
- Hiking and Orienteering at the Black Hills
- Camping 101 at the North Shore
- Dog sledding at Camp Menogyn
- Rock Climbing at Vertical Endeavors
- Climbing at the Quarries
To participate in an Expedition, give ideas for locations/topics, or to volunteer for a project, contact the institute at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter Break: Caribbean Sailing Trip in the British Virigin Islands
Applications can be found at: https://www.csbsju.edu/forms/O2IIRJAXM0.aspx
Becoming an Outdoors Woman: Deep Portage ELC in Hackensack, MN
Women and Weapons: Archery Country
Long Weekend 2013: Grand Marais, MN
Join us for canoeing, hiking, and soaking in all that a Minnesota Fall has to offer. No experience necessary.
Photos: Dogsledding Trip Winter 2011 - Courtesy of Carrie Vandelac '11