Colorado Wilderness Corporate And Teams (CWCAT) News and Events
Colorado Wilderness Corporate And Teams has roared in 2018, bringing a unique brand of community impact, leadership development, and experiential team building to Colorado. We’re working harder than ever to provide the state’s best experiential leadership development and team building experiences, and working with crucial partners, which are changing lives and the communities we live in. Check out what we’ve been up to and what exciting projects we’re working on!
Successful Event for the Outdoor Industry Association Future Leadership Academy
Following the Outdoor Retailer Show, the first in Denver, Colorado Wilderness Corporate and Teams, an Outdoor Industry Association member, was proud to host the Outdoor Industry Association’s Skip Yowell Future Leadership Academy at a team-building event in Estes Park. Named for Skip Yowell, the founder of backpack company JanSport, the academy helps to build skills for those who aspire to lead in the outdoor industry. Guides from Colorado Wilderness Corporate and Teams engaged in activities specially designed to promote leadership and teamwork, and build confidence in their abilities. On a blustery day in Estes Park, the team participated in several activities as part of an Experiential Leadership Amazing Race, afterwards reveling in the new connections they’d made and creating skills and memories that they’ll be able to take back with them.
Colorado Wilderness Corporate and Teams and Kaiser Permanente Support Boulder Underserved Kids by Building Bikes
As part of the community engagement program, Colorado Wilderness Corporate And Teams teamed up with Kaiser Permanente to challenge employees to build bikes for local underserved kids and build skills, teamwork, and leadership abilities. The Fuji bikes are going to be built in teams by Kaiser Employees and then donated directly to local underserved youth. This comes on the heels of Colorado Wilderness Corporate and Team’s drive for more events with altruistic purpose, and to better improve our outdoor spaces and our communities while building trust, teamwork, and leadership between employees. There is no limit to opportunities to engage with the community and we invite you to talk with us about how you can engage your team and help the community in one exciting event. Our theme was “O’ The Places You Will Go” and help inspire and improve the lives of our future youth leaders of tomorrow. More than 10 kids received new bikes, helmets, and inspirational books.
Grand Opening for Boulder Embassy Suites and Hilton Garden Inn Boulder
Colorado Wilderness Corporate And Teams will be onsite to celebrate the grand opening of two of Boulder’s newest hotels, the Boulder Embassy Suites and Hilton Garden Boulder with a presence at the grand opening, plus interactive adventure themed exhibits for the community. The team will be there to present their brand new Zorb Ball – which resembles a human hamster ball, which adds a whole new dimension of fun to our team building events! We’ll also be there with activities and demonstrations for our group activities including rock climbing, whitewater rafting, fly fishing, hiking, and bike tours among many others.
Colorado Wilderness Corporate And Teams attending the Meeting Industry Council (MIC) Denver
Colorado Wilderness Corporate And Teams will be presenting at the Meeting Industry Council (MIC) Denver at the Colorado Convention Center March 13 and 14 with the City of Boulder Conventions and Visitors Bureau. With a call for interactive exhibits, our team will be at the event with a surprise experiential adventure exhibit that promises to be fun, engaging, and demonstrate what our experiential outdoor education is all about. We’re bringing the outdoors to the urban, and we invite your team to come back with us to the outdoors.
Colorado Wilderness Corporate and Teams Founder Joshua Baruch Presenting for Boulder Conventions and Visitors Bureau Panel.
Recently nominated as a ‘Locals Local’ of the West by Elevations Outdoors Magazine, Joshua, who is a Boulder resident and city expert, is invited to sit on a panel of three to help promote Boulder’s vast activities, events, and opportunities for team building, community impact, and leadership development. The panel is working with hotels and motels to promote local experiential activities, which utilize the best of Boulder’s outdoor spaces, as well as areas such as Rocky Mountain National Park and Roosevelt National Forest. As Colorado Wilderness Corporate and Teams looks to further work with our esteemed hotel partners, we look forward to the opportunity to present some of our favorite activities and spaces that’ll make your next team building activity unforgettable.