Half the applications are now filled for the 9 day Sea to Snow Journey for Year 10 students.
This 250km ‘journey with altitude!’ is an incredible achievement for young people, a conversation starter with new employers and an excellent leadership certificate for uni scholarships applications.
From the sea at Bermagui to the Snowy Mountains of NSW, this experience becomes a lifetime memory.
Up to 7 guys and 7 girls are accepted each year for the journey. But first they must apply for and complete a 3 day leadership training camp at The Crossing in August that prepares everyone for the journey in September.
The 9 day journey starts two days before the end of Term 3 in NSW and goes into the first week of the September school holidays.
The cost of participating can be easily reduced by selling Crossing recipe books. The recipe book helps explain The Crossing and the Sea to Snow Journey in pictures (8 books equals a quarter scholarship, 15 books equals a half scholarship and 30 books equals a full scholarship). This ability to help themselves makes the journey accessible to all young people with initiative and energy.
There are also two journey scholarships available for aboriginal students who complete the training camp. These two scholarships are provided by the Biamanga National Park Board of Management.
Sea to Snow Leadership Achievement
The Sea to Snow Journey develops leadership skills and confidence, and provides life-long friendships. The Journey can also contribute to a gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. This involves an additional online application to the NSW Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme with an associated registration fee.
‘Get into the wild and find yourself’
For more info see: Sea 2 Snow info
For bookings see: Sea 2 Snow training