Leaders

C.A.M.P. Leaders

Mckala Wolf with DogsMcKala Wolf: Co-President

Year: Senior
Major: Nursing

Bio: Originally from Missoula, I am currently in my third year of the Nursing Program. My favorite activity at the moment is Mountain Biking, followed closely by Rock Climbing, Backpacking, and Kayaking.

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Patrick BaumanPatrick Bauman: Co-President

Year: Junior
Major: MDM: Mathematics for Small Businesses

Bio: I grew up in northern Minnesota hunting, fishing, boating, and hiking. Here in Montana I still do all of those actives along with added a few new ones!! I currently work in Alaska during the summers in sport fishing chasing salmon and halibut.

Interests: Hunting, fishing, hiking, rock climbing, canoeing/SUP, cross country skiing, and mountain biking

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I became a CAMP leader to grow in my outdoor skills and leadership, plus to introduce fellow students to the amazing opportunities that Montana and the Helena area has to offer!!


Dylan Young-VazquezDylan

Year: Senior
Major: Health Science and Spanish

Bio: When I was little my grandpa would take me out to “get lost” in the Oregon wilderness,and as I’ve grown, the habit has stuck. I love the outdoors and embracing all that mother nature has to throw at you. As an eagle scout I’ve been on my fair share of adventures and near death experiences, but that will never keep me from getting out and trying something new!

Interests: Hiking, Backpacking, Camping, Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Fishing, Biking, Snowshoeing, XC Skiing, Wandering

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: There are a lot of great opportunities to get away from campus with classmates and experience the amazing terrains Montana has to offer.

HarrisonHarrison Clement

Year: Sophmore
Major: Civil Engineering

Bio/Interests: I am from Boise, Idaho and I've loved to be outside for as long as I can remember, but it wasn't until I began mountain biking that I really made it my lifestyle. Now you can find me spending any spare time

Interests: Skiing, fly fishing, mountain and road biking, running, and camping.

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AmandaAmanda Harrod

Year: Senior
Major: Health Science and Public Health

Bio/Interests: I was born and raised in Polson, MT. I've spent many hours camping, hiking, fishing, backpacking, and snowshoeing in the beautiful Mission Mountains. I love being outdoors and experiencing the peace that nature brings.

Interests: Hiking, backpacking, camping, snowshoeing, XC skiing, kayaking/canoeing, and traveling.

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: It is so cool to have the opportunity we have at Carroll to experience new outdoor activities. I wanted to share my love and excitement for the outdoors with others while also learning and trying out new adventures!

ThedaTheda Knauth

Year: Senior
Major: Biochemistry/Molecular Biology

Bio: My favorite outdoor (and indoor) snack is milk chocolate, followed closely by pretty much any fruit, preferably dipped in chocolate. I get almost as excited cheering on/playing awesome campfire games with fellow climbers/backpackers/etc. as I do at the prospect of getting to spend time outside in gorgeous Montana. My spirit animal is Twitchy, the squirrel from Hoodwinked.

Interests: Horseback riding, backpacking, rock-climbing, hiking, kayaking, rafting, downhill skiing, climbing high ropes courses, whitewater rafting, and have recently discovered how fun mountain biking is!

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: My favorite part is cheering on others as they climb new routes or get to the end of a trail!


Ethan-VilesEthan Viles

Year: Freshman
Major: Biology

Bio: I grew up in Spokane Valley, Washington backpacking/hiking around the Inland Northwest. I'm really excited to explore Montana now! Right now my favorite thing to do is go alpine skiing (it's winter after all) or climbing in the HAC.

Interests: Backpacking, hiking, climbing, and skiing.

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I really enjoy introducing and teaching people about the outdoors.

Marissa-BaerMarissa Baer

Year: Sophmore
Major: Nursing

Bio:  I am originally from Everett WA and came to Helena for mountains and the Nursing program. My favorite food is mac and cheese and I love animals. If I could only bring one thing on a camping trip, I would bring duck tape because the possibilities for its usage are endless!

Interests:Hiking, backpacking, rafting, rock climbing, dry tooling, ice climbing, fishing, and exploring unfamiliar territory.

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I love learning new things, getting better with my outdoor skills, and hanging out with others who feel the same.


Amber-PickeringAmber Pickering

Year: Freshman
Major: Civil Engineering

Bio: I am from Chico, CA and love the sun. Over the Summer I am a white water raft guide and during the school year I try to get outside as much as possible.

Interests: rafting, kayaking, running, hiking, XC skiing, downhill skiing, and riding my horse

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: Going outside and meeting new people are my favorite things.

Melanie-TellinghusenMelanie Tellinghusen

Year: Sophmore
Major: Nursing

Bio:I am from Oregon where I grew up in Portland and moved to the small town Terrebonne, OR about 4 years ago. I have a 3 year old black lab named Scout that I love adventuring with. My spirit animal is a moose and my favorite fruit is strawberries. I really enjoy doing anything outdoors, but hiking and rock climbing are two of my favorite things to do. I love learning new things and making new friends.

Interests: hiking, climbing, skiing, running, paddle boarding.

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I want to inspire others to get out doors and I want to learn new things and make new friends.


Trey-ScofieldTrey Scofield

Year: Junior
Major: Applied Mathmatics and Engineering

Bio: I was born in the northern plains of Montana and I'm so glad to be living in the mountains now! You can find me doing the snow dance all winter long as I love to backcountry ski and snowmobile. And during the rest of the year, I love to mountain bike and hike the beautiful mountains around Helena. Get outside!

Interests: Mountain Biking, Hiking, Alpine Skiing, Snowmobiling, Fly Fishing (I catch big fish obviously)

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I love the outdoors and I am amazed every time I go into the backcountry. I want to share my passion for the outdoors with other Carroll Students.

Caleb-BerghoffCaleb Berghoff

Year: Junior
Major: Accounting

Bio: I grew up in Sandy, Oregon. I love the outdoors. I did a lot of hiking and backpacking with my parents growing up. I picked up climbing a couple of years ago though and got hooked. My favorite activities are rock climbing and mountaineering during the summer and ice climbing and skiing during the winter.

Interests: rock climbing, ice climbing, mountaineering, alpine skiing, XC skiing

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I chose to be a leader because I like teaching people about the outdoors and getting them outside. There's also a lot of places to explore in Montana.


Jo-KarrJo Karr

Year: Junior
Major: Biology/Anthrozoology

Bio: I am from Parkdale Oregon which sits near the base of Mt. Hood. I first came to Carroll with an interest in Anthrozoology and a love for animals. I'm a lover of mountains and miss the trees back home often. Throughout my life I've played sports such as softball, volleyball, and was once a part of FFA. Fun fact: my freshman year I was on the winning Softball Weekend team. I may take the game fairly seriously......

Interests: Hiking, dogs, and writing

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I chose to be a leader because I spend several hours a week out on trails near Helena, so I thought sharing my love for the outdoors with people ,who also like being outside, would be a great way to connect to my Carroll family.

Mary-Van-DykeMary Van Dyke

Year: Sophmore
Major: Nursing

Bio: I'm from Bainbridge Island, Washington, so I've grown up hiking and backpacking in the Olympics and swimming and boating around the Pacific Northwest with friends and family my whole life! I like reading Harry Potter, watching Game of Thrones, and listening to good music. It also goes without saying that I like to be outside. One of the reasons I decided to come to Carroll was all the beautiful mountains - we've got so many awesome opportunities for crazy adventures!

Interests: My favorite outdoorsy activity hands-down is backpacking, I have so much fun trekking around, setting up camp and cooking up grub. Hiking, rock-climbing and skiing are fun, too.

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I'm perpetually excited to get outside, learn new skills, meet new people and see what this state has to offer!!


Delaney-BurrowsDelaney Burrows

Year: Sophmore
Major:  Biology and Biology for Secondary Education

Bio: I was born and raised in Central Washington in the little town of Cle Elum. I grew up snowmobiling, boating, and hiking with my family in the surrounding areas. I love taking my two beautiful dogs on hikes and to the lake with me. I love whales, the color purple, and guacamole. I'm always ready to go out on a new adventure and find a new favorite hiking spot.

Interests: Hiking, Paddle boarding, Lake surfing, Snowmobiling, Rock Climbing, Kayaking, Backpacking and Camping

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: CAMP makes it possible for me to share my passion for the outdoors with others and learn new things along the way.

Caleb-KrautCaleb Kraut

Year: Freshman
Major:  Civil Engineering

Bio: I hail from the lonely mountains of Northern Idaho. I enjoy long walks through the woods and campfire lit dinners. I worked in a restaurant for two years, so I believe that I can make some of the greatest backcountry meals known to man.

Interests: Backpacking, Peak-Bagging, Fly Fishing, Rock Climbing

Why you chose to be a CAMP leader: I want to get more Carroll students excited about getting outside and experiencing and taking in all the beauty the state of Montana has to offer.