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Business Undergrads Look to Wilderness Expeditions for Leadership Training

By Stephanie Cantu on Aug 26, 2019

Editor’s note: Dozens of candidates from undergraduate business and MBA programs across the U.S. go on wilderness expeditions with NOLS each year. Stephanie Cantu, Senior Student Program Coordinator and academic advisor for the Canfield Business Honors Program at The University of Texas, shares what she sees her students gain from these expeditions, and how they’re set up for success in the ever-changing business world.

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Topics: leadership, wilderness education, Business School, students, MBAs, wilderness, NOLS Custom Education

NOLS Pro featured in Businessweek

By Casey Adams on May 7, 2012

“Outdoor education, once largely confined to orientation at business schools, is making inroads at a growing number of MBA programs as schools look for more effective ways to teach students the dynamics of leadership and team-building. Many of them are turning to the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS),” writes Alison Damast in a Bloomberg Businessweek article published today.

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Topics: NOLS, leadership, Bloomberg, Wharton School, Businessweek, National Outdoor Leadership School, Business School, MBAs, Educators Notebook, NOLS Professional Training