The journey begins with a 10-day trek of the Pembrokeshire Coast of Wales with our group of 5-8 people. The next month is based in St. David’s, Wales, where we will focus on topics such as career assessment, personal development, leadership, outdoor adventure, environmental awareness, and workshop options tailored to their individual interests, including, but not limited to marine biology, art, geography, music, and creative writing.
On November 1st we begin El Camino de Santiago from Bilboa (the Basque capital in Northern Spain) to Santiago de Compostela. Throughout the trek, participants will have opportunities to interact with peer mentors who can relate to their experience and receive personal guidance on each step of El Camino with our professionals. Parents can keep in contact with their students so as to participate in their transformative experience.
- Through Trek Epic's facilitation of the Core Gift Discovery process, participants discover their purpose.
- Trekkers engage in life planning through the Greenwood System 120 Career Assessment.
- Understanding one's gifts provides problem-solving help to overcome challenges people invariably face throughout their lives.
- Trek Epic's gap experience helps participants form and implement goals specific to one's life, educational and career paths.
- Trek Epic's gap experiences forms a foundation from which they make important decisions related to self, family, work, learning and community.