Leadership

The Will Steger Wilderness Center offers a unique experience for leaders to come together to solve problems in a purposeful, inspirational setting designed to produce breakthroughs through close attention to small group dynamics. The Center’s character, design and purpose are about cultivating and activating a better world. The transformative experience of the Center and the subsequent improvement it brings to the world are its defining hallmarks.

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The Will Steger Wilderness Center serves both non-profit and for-profit groups and institutions, as well as ad hoc groups of individuals. It will host 10-12 groups a year, with each group comprised of a maximum of 12 people. A typical group would include eight participants plus a facilitator, and up to three others who will provide supportive services. The size limit is based on an understanding Will Steger developed in the planning of his polar expeditions of the interaction quotient necessary for fruitful small group dynamics, as well as respect for the wilderness. Small groups focused on the critical issues of the day can be the catalysts for big change.”

News & Updates

  • Jenna Pollard

    Jenna Pollard came up to the Steger Wilderness Center during the summer of 2009 after completing her junior year at the College of Saint [...]
  • Jake Potts

    Before coming to the Steger Wilderness Center, Jake Potts went to Anoka Ramsey Community College and worked as a driver for UPS. The 26 year-old [...]
  • Jaqlyn Bentz

    Born and raised in Princeton MN, Jaqlyn Bentz is a 21 year-old Anoka Ramsey Community College student pursuing her AA in business. At Anoka [...]
  • Nick Sallen

    Nick Sallen is a 21 year-old resident intern from New Hope, Minnesota. He is a senior fish and wildlife biology major at the University of North [...]