Our Team Building program sessions are based on a “learning by doing” process that places participants in a unique setting with purposeful problem-solving activities that require and develop full engagement. Groups experience success by working together with the help of guided facilitation and reflection. Our goal is for participants to take what they learn and apply it to their personal, professional, and academic life.
University Affiliated Pricing
This includes Boise State University departments, groups, clubs, or organizations.
- 2 hour program: $10/person
- 3 – 4 hour program: $20/person
Non-University Affiliated Pricing
This includes any group who is a part of the Boise community but not connected to the University.
- 2 hour program: $25/person
- 3 – 4 hour program: $40/person
- Programming will be held on campus
- Available for groups of 8 – 100 people
- Teambuilding activities can be combined with all other custom offerings
- Activities can be adapted based on different physical needs
Video – Team Building
Hear from participants of past team building activities. Video contains closed captions and a transcript is provided on this page.
[Participant 1] Basically it’s a big fun game event teamwork building day for the new incoming RAs so that way they can get a closer bond for the upcoming school year. When you’re an RA there’s a lot of problems that pop up you have to do conflict resolution do teamwork with your students. So just having this event where they can practice those together as a group and figure out how to solve those issues and work as a team together that’s basically the goal of this.
[Participant 2] We want to get to know each other kind of break the ice a little bit and then break those boundaries between people that don’t know each other very well and then gain those experiences that kind of bring them together on a better level. Hopefully they’ll have a better idea of how to tackle challenges that come their way and how to work with each other better so they know that each other’s personality styles and things like that and know how each other you know faces different issues.
[Participant 3] I’ve gotten to know a lot of a lot of people and a lot of good skills to start conversations and get to know people really well and trust them. We can’t even talk so we have to plan everything out and lift people over a rope. I didn’t know a lot of these people before today but now I can trust them.