Beth Arnold

For over 30 years Beth has worked as an experiential and adventure practitioner with Project Adventure, Outward Bound Wilderness, the American Youth Foundation and Unity College. A consummate student-centered educator she has a strong background in canoeing, wilderness expedition, teaching and learning, institutional adventure administration, as well as challenge course design, installation and programming. Beth has worked with all ages and is dedicated to tailoring learning experiences to the needs of the learner. Her professional interests are integrated learning and multidisciplinary approaches to teaching, as well as the development of women’s leadership in adventure education.

Beth grew up in the woods of Wisconsin and Minnesota and has worked and played in many of the nation’s natural treasures.  She is extremely pleased to have landed in the mid-coast of Maine to enjoy the next phase of her life and work.

  • Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI
  • Master of Education in Administration and Supervision from Antioch University New England
  • Senior Instructor in Adventure Programs/ School of Environmental Citizenship, Unity College