"Colorado Outdoor Recreation Expedition (CORE) is a field based semester within the Recreation and Outdoor Education program at Western State Colorado University, allowing students to gain hands on field experience in outdoor recreational pursuits. Students are taught fundamental skills through experiential education which help to build a solid foundation for future career p...aths. Through volunteer work we as students strive to better the community while gaining experience within different aspects of the recreation industry" -- Kelsey Haun, CORE 2012 Team Member!
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Western State Colorado University CORE 2012
CORE Tribe competes in the Adaptive Sports Center of Crested Buttes www.adaptivesports.org "7 Hours of the Twisted Banana" and skis/rides a combined total of over 170,000 vertical feet!
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Meet the CORE Tribe 2012
The Crested Butte Mountain Guides have over fifteen years of working and playing in the Elk Mountain in the heart of the Rockies.
Applications are available by emailing
Dr. Mark A. Gibson firstname.lastname@example.org
- ROE 295 Snow Based, 3 credits
- ROE 296 Land Based, 3 credits
- ROE 293 Water Based, 3 credits
- ROE 320 LNT Master Trainer, 3 credits.
- ROE 398 Program Planning, 3 credits
15 Credits Total
- ROE 496 Field Experience option (up to 6 credits) will be available for students who have already completed any of the aforementioned courses.
"The CORE Program will be based at Western State Colorado University and focus on multi-day expeditions here in the United States. Although we will be in the field a majority of the time, students must have housing arrangements during the Spring 2012 Semester. Students must be admitted to the ROE program to participate. If you are interested, please fill-out the attached application and submit to Dr. Mark A. Gibson, Room 220, Wright Gym, by Friday, October 14, 2011".
The CORE program is a field-based semester allowing students the opportunity to gain knowledge by active participation in the following areas:
• adventure education programming
• snow, land, and water based outdoor pursuits
• leave No Trace Master Trainer Certification
• environmental education
• interpretation of natural and cultural history
• wilderness leadership
• who use creative and critical thinking strategies to manage complex issues, problems, or tasks;
• who monitor their own thinking, decisions and concepts and who can adapt to other’s ways of thinking and have empathy for opposing views;
• who analyze decisions made and actions taken in order to develop a broader base of information for future judgment and decision making; and
• who can identify and maintain a positive contribution to decisions and make sound judgments in a variety of environments, relative to the need and outcome
• who independently set and/or modify priorities, goals, expectations and persevere to completion;
• who monitor and evaluate their own progress and take responsibility for their own actions;
• who develop a plan for completion of their academic pursuits and career; and
• who adapt flexible study habits to fit the CORE environment and are then able to utilize those abilities in future years.
• who express ideas clearly through writing, speaking, interviewing, and discussion;
• who match communication to diverse audiences, purposes, and circumstances; and
• who comprehend what is read, heard, and observed through written and verbal means.
• who use various resources and technology to present an original product or performance;
• who develop a product or performance which fits into the context of CORE or an agency, with attention to aesthetics, efficiency, appropriate content, and educative appeal;
• who cooperatively work within the confines of CORE and the larger industry; and
• who produce a product or performance of professional quality and substance.
• who exhibit positive interpersonal behaviors while still remaining true to their own needs and social values;
• who contribute to group productivity while allowing others to grow and learn; and
• who use problem solving strategies on diverse logistical and social problems.
• who contribute their time, energies, and talents toward community needs
• who develop working knowledge and skills to use decision making styles appropriate to the situation;
• who, as leaders of the group, use an appropriate leadership style based on group need, maturity level, task, and personal skills; and
• who develop conflict management and resolution skills appropriate to the situation.
Applications are now available for Spring, 2012 and are due by:
Friday, October 14, 2011
See Below for Application and Information
Please contact Mark A. Gibson email@example.com to receive an email attachment of the application.
Students examine and develop ethical practices and behavior for those utilizing wilderness resources and skills relating to planning, organizing, and executing a backcountry outing.
Colorado Outdoor Recreation Expedition (CORE) Spring Semester 2012
Application and Information
Please contact Mark A. Gibson @ firstname.lastname@example.org
to receive an email attachment copy!
Make this the best semester of your life!