3 results for month: 06/2018


Summer Challenge: June 2018

As the first month of our Summer Challenge program comes to an end, we're sharing a mosaic of voices from the June session with photos from 17-year old Canadian, Halle, and reflections on the last month from the journals of two ladies from New Jersey and California. Kate, 20, from New Jersey appreciates what Surfing the Nations taught her this month - Summer Challenge has been one of the most life changing, fun, adventurous, and of course, challenging experiences for me. While the leaders took time to be intentional in all that we did, they were also so easy to approach with anything. With every challenge that came our way during these last ...

Staff Snaps – Vol. 2: Emily Clark

On Staff Snaps we feature some of the all stars who make the good stuff happen behind the scenes at Surfing the Nations. Today on Staff Snaps we're featuring the legendary Emily Clark, staff of the month for January and current department head and captain of the ship for our Internship program. Emily loves quoting old movies, eating local food on the weekends, and is a fierce friend - this chick is all time! Born and raised? Tacoma, Washington. My parents even still live there. I'm loyal to my home roots of the PNW. Favorite part of the workday? Nap. Lunch. No, I’m kidding. Actually, I love community impact when I get to go. ...

Surfers Coffee: Rebranding Party

Like any proper party, the night didn't truly begin until the sun went down and the music filled the room. With a full house bubbling with conversation and music, Surfing the Nations Interns, Summer Challengers, staff, and unfamiliar friendly faces poured into Surfers Coffee throughout the evening. The anticipation for the night had been building all week, with last minute changes for the set up of Surfers Coffee, brand new signs on the windows and exterior, and fresh displays of the newly printed mugs. During my time on staff at Surfing the Nations, changes are usually refreshing, but changes when it comes to design takes the cake. Seeing Surfers ...