in July, I blogged about a new adventure opportunity called the Generation IX
Project. A mentorship program for teens and young adults with hemophilia B,
this program kicked off in October with an adventure retreat outside of
Portland, Oregon (my kind of fun!).
the looks of it, the guys had a great time! Check out the video from the weekend.
next program is scheduled for June 9–14, 2015, and the Coalition for Hemophilia
B is now accepting applications. If you are between the ages of 14 and 30 and
have hemophilia B, don’t miss your chance to be part of this great experience! The
program is proudly sponsored by Emergent BioSolutions.
the application for mentors or for teen participants for your age group and send it to Kim Phelan at email@example.com at
the Coalition for Hemophilia B to reserve your spot today.
Generation IX Project is an adventure education program created by the
Coalition for Hemophilia B with the support of Emergent BioSolutions. Led by
Pat “Big Dog” Torrey and his company, GutMonkey, this national
mentoring program for young adults and teens with hemophilia B provides
participants the opportunity to learn tangible mentoring skills through
experiential learning in an unforgettable environment.
supported strangers as if we knew them our entire lives.”
stick with me is knowing to trust the people around me.”
more information about the Generation IX Project, check out the Generation IX
Project Facebook page.
for people living with hemophilia B, register for updates at www.ebsi.com/hemphiliab.
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