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Trekkers
Contact: Amie Hutchison
41 Buttermilk Drive
Thomaston, ME 04861
Phone: 207.594.5095
Email: amie@trekkers.org

Trekkers is a non-profit outdoor-based mentoring program that connects young people with caring adults through expeditionary learning, community service and adventure-based education. Our year-round program begins in seventh grade and continues through twelfth-grade graduation with a major grade-specific expedition each year.

Trekkers serves more than 200 7th through 12th grade students from the communities of Cushing, Owls Head, Rockland, South Thomaston, St. George and Thomaston.  Learn how you can be one of the 300 volunteers that help us make this possible.


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Trekkers Students Complete Rites of Passage Program

Eleven 12th graders from Team Panther completed the Trekkers Rites of Passage program, bringing closure to their six-year Trekkers experience and helping them move to the next phase of their life. Trekkers’ Program Manager, Brandon Caron, with the help of a team of dedicated volunteers and ...
Trekkers Students Complete 11th Grade College/Career ...

In April, Trekkers Team North Face and Team Patagonia completed their 11th grade College/Career Exploration expeditions. A total of 21 students and six leaders explored college and career path opportunities during their expeditions throughout New England. The students embarked on their respective...
Dee Megna and Mackenzie Murray Join Trekkers Board of ...

Dee Megna and Mackenzie Murray have joined the Trekkers Board of Directors. Trekkers, a nonprofit, outdoor-based, six-year youth mentoring program, connects young people with caring adults through expeditionary learning, community service and adventure-based education. Dee Megna started his ...
Josie Gates and Jeannie Burnett Join the Trekkers Team

Trekkers, a local outdoor-based youth mentoring organization, is pleased to announce that Josie Gates and Jeannie Burnett have joined the Trekkers team. These two new positions will help the Trekkers program team spend more time out in the community meeting with students, school administrators, ...