One of our core values at the Ten Oaks Project is “learning by doing”. We believe that the best way to understand how the world works, and how to change it, is to engage in it. To facilitate this, we ensure our programs are rooted in experiential education (hands-on learning) that inspires active engagement, piques curiosity, and creates spaces where questions can be asked, investigations conducted, successes celebrated and mistakes learned from.
Over the years, our campers and volunteers alike have lived this value at our programs, taken what they’ve learned back into their own lives, and had a ripple effect in their communities. Today, we want to share their stories with you.