Quest is a 10-session experiential learning program designed to support young adults at a time in their lives when building a foundation of self-belief and a positive social network are critical. Groups of 8-12 participants will meet together as a “Tribe” on a weekly basis. Together, they will encounter adventures and group challenges, all facilitated by trained staff and designed to serve as catalysts for self-discovery, personal growth and the development of a supportive community
Quest is designed and delivered for groups of 8-12 participants of called Tribes. Over the course of 10 weeks, these Tribes encounter a series of challenges designed to build community and trust, to support self-confidence and self-belief, and finally to conquer a group challenge called the Quest. Our next session launches in January! Submit your contact information through our link to stay informed about next steps.
Quest (For Groups) is designed to enable groups of 8-12 participants (typically of the same gender) from a common school, church or other group to participate together. 10 weeks of shared experiences will strengthen group dynamics and support individual empowerment.
Quest (For Individuals) is designed to enable interested participants to be paired with other participants to create groups, generally organized by gender and grade level. This experience will create amazing and lasting friendships for participants, first building trust among participants and them supporting them as they explore the Quest.
At Kinetic Heights, we've figured out how to make personal growth, empowerment and team-building REALLY fun. This is because we want participants to be excited to be here, so they'll lean in and embrace all that's in store for them.
Check out this video for a glimpse of some activities that Quest will include!
I learned that people around me don't always have it all together, and that I can act with kindness and patience. I grew from learning to take risks and from being open and vulnerable.
One of my favorite activities was the mask sharing activity, because I was able to be vulnerable and not feel alone in my insecurities.
I got to face my fears on the ropes course. I love physically challenging activities and my team encouraged me so much.