Our vision is that all people have access to
tools to create lives of meaning and purpose.
Project Wayfinder is innovating education with a yearlong purpose learning curriculum called the Wayfinder Toolkit. Designed at Stanford University’s d.school, our curriculum uses a wayfinding metaphor to equip our next generation with tools to unleash purpose in their lives and meaningfully contribute to the world they are a part of. Our toolkit is currently being taught by 200 teachers to more than 4000 students at 64 schools and colleges across the US and in 11 countries.
Patrick Cook-Deegan, Claudia Biçen and Aneel Chima teach a semester-long program on the psychology of purpose development at Stanford University.
Project Wayfinder's Director of School Engagement, Adrian Michael Green, teaches a semester long program on the science of purpose development at UC Berkeley.
Chris Rudd facilitates a 2-day On-Site School Training for 15 faculty at Bennett Day School.
Good Shepherd Episcopal School is hosting Project Wayfinder for a two-day Multi-School Training April 17th + 18th, 2019. Open to all high school educators in the greater Dallas area!
Lamoille Union High School’s EPIC Academy is hosting Project Wayfinder for a two-day Multi-School Training April 24th + 25th, 2019. Open to all high school educators in the greater Northern Vermont area!
This summer, Project Wayfinder will gather a select group of 30 college educators to help shape the growing purpose learning movement in higher education. Explore the science and philosophy of purpose through three days of keynote talks, experiential workshops, and collaborative forums.