This was the one that hit students the most. They got to zip line, see Arenal Volcano, water slide the hot springs, practice archery, and learn Maleku culture.
This is one of the most heartfelt life changing experiences in the history of PBC. Thanks to the Maleku for inviting us to their reservation and sharing their culture.
This was another destination for PBC that ranked at the top of the list because students got to volunteer with over 30 different species including the two toed and three toed sloths, squirrel monkeys, and currosaws. Students visited the jungle, learned the history of Kids Saving the Rain Forest (KSTR), picked plants to put in the habitat , and cleaned the exhibits of each animal. Working with KSTR was such an amazing experience.
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These two ladies inspired everyone else to step up and try.
Students prepared and worked for this panel discussion teleconference throughout the entire trip. We're so proud of students for preparing great questions and organizing the entire event.