Get into uncomfortable situations. You’d be surprised how much you learn about yourself when you’re experiencing something new and scary.
A thoughtful response from April to a potential student
Our curriculum is more than just a series of apprenticeships.
This isn’t a full-fledged how-to book. Rather, it is a series of lessons extracted from challenging journeys with the hopes to catalyze further exploration and discovery.
We are hosting two events this month—to create an ongoing dialogue, answer any questions, teach you what we’ve been learning the past year and how you can apply it to your own life
Our students have done a great job of sharing their stories and learnings in ways that are unique to their own personalities.
From tying knots to herding cats, the students captivated the audience—6 minutes and 40 seconds at a time.
In a world saturated with talent and grit, how can one stand out?
The fact is, digital learning won’t take over because it is lacking one very important element—real connections
For those who have a difficult time in taking risks, ask yourself “why not?”
Is work and chore the same thing?
What comes to your mind when you think of a classroom?
What is the most important thing you’ve learned and how did you learn it?
Where do great ideas come from? Space. And, I’m being completely serious.
Contrary to popular belief, intelligence and talent are not the only factors in success.
We only get one shot at this thing called life, so why not make the best of it?
Bridges will always connect the disconnected.