Expedition document (pdf)
For the 10th stage of the impossible2Possible World Expedition Series a Youth Ambassador team will venture to a remote and unforgiving region of the planet that is known for its majestic beauty. The Lost Coast is the most undeveloped region of the California coast. The combination of beauty and rugged terrain is an incredible setting for the i2P youth ambassador team to push their mental and physical limits.This unsupported journey will test their perseverance, resiliency, and dedication while they Educate, Inspire, and Empower thousands of students around the world!
The education program is multi-faceted with every aspect benefitting youth of all ages. Students will engage in critical concepts consisting of forest and marine ecology, the importance of wilderness to our planet, and financial literacy.
impossible2Possible is once again reaching out to Educate, Inspire, and Empower an entire generation! The impossible2Possible Origins of the Universe Program will be the focus of Expedition Atacama. An advanced education resource program will span the preparation and execution of this expedition, with students witnessing what it takes to prepare physically and mentally to push beyond perceived limits.
Read the following document (PDF) to get started with registration:
- School Registration
How exciting! As of April 28th, there are 19 new schools joining the i2P Atacama Youth Expedition and participating in the i2P Experiential Learning Program! Welcome aboard! They are teaming up with the already 346 schools in the i2P Program!
|Collège St-Alexandre de la Gatineau|
|KB Woodward Elementary School
|Linton Country School|
|Maraetai Beach School|
|Otorohanga South School|
|St Mary's School|
|St. Anne's Catholic Secondary School|
|Stuart High School|
|Te Kura o Te Teko|
|Thames South School|
|The Cushman School|
|Waikowhai Primary School|
|Wellington Girls' college|
|Woodroffe Avenue Public School|
i2P in the Classroom
World Expedition Series
The World Expedition Series is designed to transport students to remote and contrasting locales around the world. To date, the Series has seen young adventurers trek among glaciers containing millions of liters of water in the Canadian Arctic, across the desolate sands of the Sahara, through the dense and lush jungle of the Amazon, traversing portions of the Bolivian salt flats into the mountainous Altiplano, venturing through the vast & expansive Thar Desert, and exploring the Kalahari & Makgadikgadi regions of Botswana! As with all i2P Youth Expeditions, the team will push themselves beyond any perceived physical and mental boundaries they have ever placed upon themselves to discover that they are truly capable of achieving the impossible.