Welcome to the W.I.L.D. 

Wilderness Inner-city Leadership Development


A community building program of InterIm Community Development Association.


 WILD SUMMER 2016 PROGRAM APPLICATION IS OUT!

If you are between the age of 14-19 and enrolled in a King County high school, check this out! WILD is hosting another great STIPEND summer program filled with fun & exciting adventures. 

To apply, fill out the application form and submit it by Tuesday, May 31st, 2016 for priority consideration, at 601 S King Street, Suite 304, or via email to wild@interimicda.org 
 Hurry! Application is due Tuesday May, 31st, 2016.

APPLICATION IS NOW CLOSED










HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE WILD 2015 SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM


  
        

This summer was packed with excitement, meaningful hard work, and numerous learning opportunities. By the end of the summer, this group of youth learned about environmental justice issues that they see in their community. From the yearly camping trip at Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Forest, to hiking at a new forest at the Olympic National Forest, to learning about fair trade at Theo's Chocolate (and of course, while sampling some chocolate :p), to experiencing a historic walking tour with the Wing Luke Museum, to fundraising money for WILD at the Natsumatsuri Festival and to working with children at the Danny Woo Garden -- this group experienced it all (because like they said, just do it)!







HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE WILD 2014 SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM 

 


These WILD youth did AMAZING work this summer engaging with environmental justice issues and learning about healthy communities! 

WILD's 7 week intensive summer program included two 4-5 day camping trips and several civic engagement projects. From camping, hiking, and BLAZING trails in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Forest to gardening, cooking food, photography projects and working with children in the International District -- WILD youth did it all! 

We are so proud of their accomplishments! 










Check out WILD Youth at Glacier on a 5-day stewardship project! This camping trip consisted of restoring disperse recreation sites, maintaining trails near Heather Meadows Visitor’s Center and conservation education.





Exploring Healthy Community & Environment



Questions? 

email wild@interimcda.org 

or stop by the WILD office

601 South King Street, Suite 305|Seattle, WA 98104




            "Inside all of us is a Wild Thing... 'And now,' cried Max, 'let the wild rumpus start!'" - Where the Wild Things Are             


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WILD InterIm CDA,
May 23, 2016, 4:46 PM
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