blueFire Young Adults Begins a New Service Learning Project
blueFire PulsaR, an innovative and comprehensive wilderness and adventure-based program for young adults aged 18 to 28, has started a new community service-learning project in which they will be surveying a local farm property in preparation for a fence being built.
Students at blueFire have always played a part in the local community, but this exciting new project has students breaking into a new skill set that can be applied to a future career or homeownership. They are building on their previous wilderness skill sets in a new fashion by using their GPS, map planning, and compass skills to survey the property. An important aspect of this project is to keep and maintain the natural habitat and disturb it as little as possible during construction. So they are also learning and implementing proper habitat management and restoration techniques.
The skills these students will learn throughout this process are vital to supporting the therapeutic work done at blueFire PulsaR and give the students the additional opportunity to build skills that could lead to a successful career or hobby. Giving the students a chance to be active and helping others helps to build on their own confidence, success, and overall happiness.
To learn more about blueFire PulsaR visit https://bluefirepulsar.com/ or call (844) 413-1999 for more information.
BlueFire Wilderness is a wilderness therapy program based just outside of Boise, Idaho that offers teens ages 11-17 a comprehensive adventure experience. BlueFire Wilderness combines clinical expertise, academic assessments, and a family systems approach to help teens struggling with emotional, behavioral and social challenges.
About blueFire PulsaR
To learn more about blueFire PulsaR visit https://bluefirepulsar.com or call (844) 413-1999 for more information.