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City Skyline Challenge 2018
October 12, 2018 @ 8:00 am - October 13, 2018 @ 5:00 pmFree to watch, rappelling requires fundraising.
October 12 & 13, 8AM-5PM “Everyone who steps up to rappel with us discovers firsthand what Outward Bound California students discover every day – that you are capable of achieving more than you ever thought possible.” Outward Bound California’s 2018 City Skyline Challenge features two days of Bay Area civic leaders, local celebrities, entrepreneurs, students, educators, and individuals from all walks of life rappelling Spiderman-style from the Hilton San Francisco Union Squares roof, before cheering onlookers and a vast online audience. The community-wide extravaganza will raise upwards of $350,000 in scholarship funds for low- income students and veterans to experience Outward Bound California’s life-changing outdoor leadership and character development education programs, perseverance, courage and teamwork skills in the face of profound challenge. About Outward Bound California and the 2018 City Skyline Challenge Outward Bound California’s City Skyline Challenge raises essential scholarship funds for underrepresented, low-income students and veterans to experience Outdoor Bound California’s life-changing leadership education programs and engage in perseverance, courage and teamwork skills in the face of profound challenge. What makes the City Skyline Challenge unique is that it enables everyday individuals to help change the lives of students by challenging themselves, and discover firsthand what Outward Bound students discover every day – that you are capable of achieving more than you ever thought possible. Outward Bound California is a nonprofit educational organization and expedition school offering experiential learning programs that challenge students to develop leadership, character, and a desire to serve in their schools, communities and show case their inner strength within careers. Outward Bound California is deeply committed to serving low-income, underrepresented students, and facilitating effective community partnerships.