MEXICO- Guanajuato, INTRO RETREAT
MEXICO- Guanajuato, INTRO RETREAT
Our unique 9 day learning community takes place in Guanajuato Mexico with an emphasis on history, food, adventure and community exploration. During our stay we’ll immerse ourselves in the local culture and explore the history and traditions of local Mexico all while practicing the principles of trust, teamwork and leadership.
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A 22-day learning community retreat taking place in Thailand complete with world-class adventure sports, Thai cooking, massage, tai chi and exploration of the Thai culture in both the north and the south of the country. We will give back to the community by volunteering at an elephant rescue in Chiang Mai for a full week.
Mental Health Retreat in Mexico!
Define your own Hero’s Journey based on the work of Joseph Campbell. Our 10 Day retreat is grounded in self-inquiry combining creative expression, writing, art, theater, self reflection, discovery and empowerment.
Project World School founder Lainie Liberti has created several online programs specifically designed for teens and tweens. Transformative Mentoring For Teens courses are designed to empower teens by providing safe spaces, valuable tools, experiential exploration, and deep self inquiry challenges, all important for transformation. Teens explore topics to facilitate a deeper understanding of what’s coloring their inner worlds, practicing new techniques and reflecting during weekly classes, group coaching and 1:1 sessions. Valuable Skills For Teens, For Life!
Project World School was born from an inspired idea: co-create temporary learning communities around the world with teens and young adults, in order to collaborate in rich experiential and social learning. During the retreats, both natural and academic learning occurs through immersive cultural experiences while encouraging social learning, teamwork and leadership. Participants create strong connections to other participants, the world around them and community through a rich collaborative environment. Teens who participate are inspired to continue their worldschooling explorations (and most return for other retreats).
I can honestly say my cultural horizon and worldviews have been expanded because of everything we did and experienced during the retreat.
After the retreat, I realized that learning in a group was Way more fun then I thought it was going to be. It was amazing how all of us would go into that particular learning experience with all of are different interests and opinions, then at the end of the day share our opinions and viewpoints with the group, therefore expanding the learning experience even further. I liked learning in community more than I could have imagined.
About learning: I know that it is a lot more complex than it's given credit for and that it's easy to get anxious/scared when in a new situation. So one key thing I learned in the retreats is to stay relaxed and openminded. I got to practice this during the retreat and realized afterwards, I learned so much!
My experience with Project World School has given me a much needed spring in my step! I have a significantly higher level of confidence coming off the retreat. Easier for me to confidently say YES now after watching myself excel as a volunteer, especially on the days when I was feeling down, on the days where self doubt crept up on me the most. I still did what I needed to do. And did it well.
Before I left to come to Thailand, I've never been outside the US and now after a 22 hour flight I was on the other side of the world! Before the retreat I didn't know I could do a lot of the things we did. Now I feel much more capable. As a teen I am always trying to figure out the world. And it just got a lot bigger.
During the retreat I felt both supported and that I was among a group of equals. It was incredible to work with a group that was so ready and willing to say yes, no matter the task. In the end, we build a house together and that showed me what what possible with teamwork.
Before the retreat I didn't feel at peace with myself or the world. But after the retreat I feel great. I feel more at peace with myself, who I am and my life choices. Also more in control of my emotional self.
My experience at Project World School was very enlightening. I left Peru having learned many things including, how the Incans setup and performed their rituals, how to prepare guinea pig. All in all I feel that I really grew from my time in Peru with Project World School...
I just realized, in the past year, every time I have completely stepped out of my comfort zone is when I have been my happiest and have felt confident. And I can confidently say, I am pretty proud of myself. I went to Peru for almost 3 weeks and I met the most amazing people and saw the most amazing things. Stepping out of my comfort zone resulted in some great things happening for me. And I am so grateful.
After coming home from the Ecuador retreat, I had a heightened sense of pride in who I am and what I do. It became apparent to me what is important in my life and what isn't; something that was murky to me before. Project World School really opened my eyes to the world.