Full Service Programming
A custom-designed program with Princeton-Blairstown Center promotes community and helps participants strengthen the creative problem-solving, teamwork and leadership skills necessary for success in the 21st century. Our experiential education facility allows participants the opportunity to try new things and empowers students to connect personal actions and the effect they have on their academic and personal lives.
- sharpen decision-making skills,
- articulate personal goals,
- persevere through - and learn from - challenges,
- develop leadership skills and use creativity to solve problems,
- practice effective communication—including active listening, negotiation, and compromise,
- learn positive ways to resolve conflict, and
- gain an awareness and respect for diversity.
The "wild woozy" Participants meet around campfire
Our 263 acre Blairstown campus is a beautiful setting that welcomes back more than 90% of our groups year after year. In the past year, some groups we have worked with were New Jersey Seeds, Trenton Central High School, Blair Academy, Westfield High School, Newark Recreation Department, Anchor House, SEED School of Washington DC, TEAM Academy, and The Convent of the Sacred Heart School of New York.
Princeton-Blairstown Center program coordinators will work with you to meet the unique goals of your group.
- Our programs are designed to serve 5th grade to adults.
- Our high-quality staff is able to facilitate individuals of various learning styles and levels to create meaningful experiences.
- To maximize the productivity of your visit, our ratio is 1 facilitator to 8-12 participants.
- We can develop programs that span 1-14 days in length.
- See Sample Schedules for 1-5 day programs (.pdf)
- See Sample Schedules for a 5-14 day programs (.pdf)
- Many groups enjoy working through our High Ropes Course (.pdf)
- Restoration is a process that involves all visitors to PBC.
- Here are Activities we can offer your group.
- Our Frequently Asked Questions page can answer many of your other questions, including cost, and how to make a reservation.
Rutgers Future Scholars students enjoy swimming in Bass Lake
Groups also come to PBC to utilize our facilities and lead their own programming. Our Meetings & Conferences page contains more information specifically about using our facilities for your own programming. If you are interested in this option, contact Blairstown Site Co-Director, Heather Haynes at email@example.com or call (908) 362-6765.
Students from NJ Seeds in Newark gather on the Blairstown lawn