The Outdoor Leadership Environmental Education Program (OLEEP) facilitates the development of high school student leadership by connecting experiences in the wilderness and in the city. Through small group mentoring, weekly workshops in the school and community, and field trips to science centers and outdoor locations in and around Providence, the program develops individual awareness and skills as well as a community in which Brown and MET students learn from each other. OLEEP is currently in its 20th year of existence (started in the fall of 1997) and has a strong network of both mentee and mentor alumni.
|Causes||Children & Youth Community Education Environment General Service Health Poverty & Basic Needs|
17 People | 342 Impacts | 1,848 Hours