93% of students said they were more interested in learning this year because of Trekkers.
Supporting Trekkers’ youth mentoring and experiential learning programs can help motivate students to learn. Through the 6-year program, research shows students build resilience, sense of connection to community, and aspirations for their future. They learn to cultivate their strengths, interests, and goals.
Trekkers’ fiscal year ends August 31st. There’s only one week left to contribute to Trekkers’ Annual Fund to ensure a strong start to the coming year. Please consider a donation of any amount to Trekkers’ Annual Fund to make a difference.
Source: Permission to use the Holistic Student Assessment (HSA) was obtained from Partnerships in Education and Resilience (PEAR). PEAR was founded in 1999 by Dr. Gil Noam of Harvard Graduate School of Education and McLean Hospital, and has contributed to the social-emotional and STEM education fields for the past 20 years. Learn more at pearinc.org.
About Trekkers: For over 25 years, nonprofit organization Trekkers has been dedicated to helping young people thrive. Through its unique six-year mentoring and expeditionary learning program, research shows Trekkers helps students increase their ability to be resilient, build positive relationships, and name aspirations for the future. To learn more, visit the website at trekkers.org.