Here at Skill Trek, we don’t want you to walk the life skills trail alone. That’s why we knew that our Trekkers would need mascots to guide them on the life skills trail for every level. Let’s meet them, shall we?
Mascots For Each Level Of Life Skills
Trekkers start their journey with Jasper T, a fun loving raccoon from Eagle Heights Wood. Jasper leads the Trailblazers as they start their journey and gain foundational skills that will last a lifetime. He’ll give you your first taste of what Skill Trek is all about. We picked a raccoon because it’s easily recognizable to small children as well as not being scary. Trekkers stay with Jasper until they are tweens.
Next, Trekkers are under the watchful eye of the Trail Guide, Roland D Scruffbear. Roland leads tween age Trekkers around the lower areas of Eagle Heights Mountain as they take on the rank of a bona fide Rockhopper. There isn’t much that Roland has not seen or done; much of it is still stuck to his fur. At this age, the skills start to get more independent so they are inherently harder. Who better to encourage Rockhoppers as they transition to becoming more independent than a bear?
Finally, Trekkers adorn their climbing gear and become a Cragsman to hone their final skills as they ascend the mountain with their mascot, Balthazar, the proud eagle. He looks forward to confirming them Skill Trek Certified, ready to face pretty much anything this crazy world tries to throw at you. This age level is teen and above who are getting ready to step out in the world independently. It’s crucial to set them up for successful adulting and to soar on their own wings.
Trekkers like to share their adventures and mascots fit that bill perfectly. It’s just one way we make Skill Trek fun for parents and Trekkers alike. Come start your journey today!
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