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Teambuilding Programs

Teambuilding programs are a unique opportunity for groups looking for adventurous learning experiences. The Experiential Learning Center's team building and climbing programs provide learning opportunities through challenging and fun activities and yield benefits like self-development, positive communication, leadership skills, and the ability to work closely together as a team to solve problems just to mention a few.

Events last between 2-3 hours and can be customized to fit your group's needs. To schedule a program email Drew Deming and the Experiential Learning Center at avd34@drexel.edu. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required to schedule a program.

Focus

  • Effective communication
  • Complex problem solving
  • Improving trust
  • Leadership development
  • Strategic goal setting
  • The benefits of compromise
  • Discovering creative solutions
  • Improving confidence

Programs

  • Build the Tower
  • Comcast Climbing Challenge
  • Ice Breakers
  • Initiative Games
  • Academic Team Building
  • The Gauntlet

Build The Tower

Build the tower is a new team building activity introduced in the Fall of 2013.  It puts participants in a position to work as a team to achieve a common goal - to be the first team to build the tower. The game itself can be tailored to you and your groups needs. Some groups may want the event to last 3 hours and others only an hour and a half.  There is also great flexibility in the number of physical elements, mental components, and team challenges. For more information or to request an event for your group you can contact Andrew Deming at avd34@drexel.edu.

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Ice Breakers

These activities are perfect for newly formed groups or existing groups that are currently integrating new members such as clubs, organizations, athletic teams, and camps. Designed for group members to interact with and begin to know each other.

Initiative Games

Program activities are conducted at the ground level and are structured to appeal to people of all abilities. Activities can be customized to meet a group's goals. Initiative games are great for groups who are not interested in climbing.

The Climbing Wall

Climbing is a team sport requiring a partner to hold onto the other end of the rope. This powerful bond encourages communication, trust, reliance on others and can be quite empowering. Conquering fears and calculated risk taking is an important aspect to personal growth.

Costs

For pricing options, contact Andrew Deming at avd34@drexel.edu or 215-571-3778

Cancellation Policy

Classes are non-refundable.

For more information, contact Climbing Wall and Experiential Learning Program at outdooradventure@drexel.edu or 215-571-3778.