AEE Membership Partners

Our membership partners offer the AEE community unique discounts and select access to their programs, resources, trainings and conferences. 

 NOLS - National Outdoor Leadership School

Risk Management Training Discounts

AEE Members receive a 10% registration discount on NOLS risk management training seminars, geared to helping program managers develop sound risk management practices in their outdoor programs. This is a great course for programs that are preparing for accreditation, anticipating the re-accreditation process or desiring new perspectives and tools for risk management in their organization from a system-wide approach.

“Our partnership with AEE reflects our commitment to support experiential educators from around the world so that they are better equipped to lead. NOLS is proud to associate our name with an organization providing unsurpassed networking, professional development, continuing education, and community building to educators that make learning relevant.” Bruce Palmer, NOLS Director of Admission and Marketing

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Project Adventure

AEE Members get 10% off on Professional Development Workshops!

"We understand the diverse needs of the faculty, staff, and community members you work with every day, so we take the time to work with you to design a program that can be personalized to align with your school or organization's strategic plan. Our single day, multi-day or year-long programs allow participants to develop a growth mindset to create lasting change in the communities they serve. Because of this level of personalization, programs can either take place at our site in Beverly, MA, or at yours."



AEE Members receive 40% off on the Behavioral First Responder Certification Course from Alpenglow Education!

"The Behavioral First Responder course is designed for instructors, administrators, and counselors of all varieties that want to gain understanding  in common behavioral issues and useful responses within the experiential education context. Our course will teach you overarching theories, models, and techniques borrowed from the fields of social work, counseling, and psychology to help you understand why a student is demonstrating a particular behavior, as well as some useful techniques that well help the student through their difficult moment."