Our Programs

Our programs are designed to fulfill our promise to not only increase female participation in outdoor activities, but also ensure that younger generations have the resources they need to get outside through adventure, education, and community building.

Youth Initiatives

SheJumps’ Youth Initiatives are geared towards building life skills; empowering ownership and confidence through exposure to positive female role models, supportive communities and the outdoors . These programs exist to give girls and young women the opportunity to know what it’s like to have dirt under their feet, sun on their cheeks, and wind in their hair.

    • Ages: 6-18
      Goal/Purpose: Our Youth Initiatives ensure that our message gets to girls and young women around the country in the form of events, workshops, camps, ‘Get The Girls Out!’ events, and any other way we can find to connect the youth of today with the resources they need—from equipment to instruction to mentorship—to envision a life where adventure in the outdoors is a daily staple.
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Outdoor Education

Our Outdoor Education programs focus on providing technical skills for all abilities and endeavors in the outdoors. This is our way of establishing and sharing our mission. All Initiatives facilitate educational opportunities that cater to the specific needs of each community.

  • Ages: All
    Goal/Purpose: To provide a safe and fun learning environment to share knowledge, learn technical skills, get inspired, and share the mission of SheJumps in an approachable, community-building manner. We envision that these courses are ideal ways to introduce the SheJumps vision to communities and also help all participants experience something worthwhile and self-empowering.
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Alpine Finishing School

The Alpine Finishing School is our top-level, all-women’s ski mountaineering course. This program is the ultimate social and technical winter experience. One day we envision this to be the final step in a journey that perhaps started for a young woman when she ‘JUMPED IN,’ and now, she is a full-on mountain woman making decisions on her own, knowing she got there by taking many small “Jumps.” This course is run in conjunction with ACMG Guide Anne Keller and the Selkirk Backcountry Lodge.

  • Ages: 18 and Older
    Goal/Purpose: Provide top-level technical ski and snowboard mountaineering skills with an emphasis on team building, group dynamics, and the importance of sharing knowledge and practicing skills to keep the cycle of learning alive and prospering.
  • 2014 Session: April 19-26 2014
    Location: Selkirk Backcountry Lodge
    Register: claire@shejumps.org



Our ‘Get the Girls Out!’ Program focuses on connecting girls and women in our communities with inspiring and dedicated female outdoor enthusiasts.

  • Ages: All
    Goal/Purpose: A national campaign to unite women as they support, challenge, mentor and inspire each other in the outdoor sports world. These events cultivate communities for women to have fun and connect with friends – new and old. ‘Get the Girls Out!’ also creates opportunities for women to share & inspire and ensures younger generations have the opportunity to storm mountains & develop the life skills necessary to succeed on the mountains and in life!
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Community Initiatives

New to SheJumps and interested to find out a little bit more about our programs in a low-key event? Our Community Initiatives are social events that focus on the SheJumps mission and team building. They’re a great setting for seasoned Jumpers and newcomers to meet and get to know each other.

  • Ages: All
    Goal/Purpose: To rally our supporters around the basic principle of friendship and activity. Our Community Initiatives are everything from pre-season fun workouts to picnics to networking and workshops. It’s our way of making sure we are touching base with our supporters on a regular basis and truly growing the community of outdoor women.
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