Introducing Jackson Chou

March 8, 2019

Jackson is a Junior at Westminster College studying Outdoor Education and Leadership and working as the risk management and outdoor program intern in 2019. He grew up In Marin County, California with the Bay Area and the Sierras as his backyard and he brings a wide diversity of skills to our programs. He is currently certified as a Wilderness EMT. In the Spring of 2018, Jackson completed a semester with the National Outdoor Leadership School in Patagonia, Chile. This February he also helped lead a community service and experiential education-based trip to Ecuador. During his free time, he enjoys backpacking, camping, skiing and traveling. At this time he has traveled to 21 countries and hopes to visit more in the near future.

 

 

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