About Dare Mighty Things
"Dave Van Patten's advice and leadership in the development of the strategic planning at Prison Fellowship and International Student, Inc. have been major factors in the success and growth of the organizations."
-- Gordon D. Loux
President, International Students, Inc.

State-of-the-art Training and Event Center

Take a virtual tour of DMT's Portsmouth, NH Training facility!
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As a nationally recognized leader in providing professional training experiences, Dare Mighty Things maintains a client-centered, state-of-the-art event and training facility designed to offer a unique learning environment that maximizes problem solving and creativity. The facility is located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, just an hour from Boston's Logan Airport, New Hampshire's Manchester Airport, and the Portland, Maine Jetport.

Key features of our training and event facility include:

  • An 888-square foot central training room
  • Twenty-eight student capacity
  • Classroom style or conference style layout
  • Ceiling mounted VHS/DVD/computer-capable projection unit
  • Video teleconferencing
  • Motorized screen
  • Surround-sound speakers
  • Wireless mic unit
  • Variable lighting

Throughout each event, our team provides complimentary coffee, beverages, and snacks, and a pay-as-you-go catered lunch. Event participants stay at the Courtyard Marriott hotel, a three minute walk from the facility. The Courtyard offers government per-diem rates to qualifying guests. Event attendees can take advantage of easily accessible public transportation to explore downtown Portsmouth, the cultural hub of New Hampshire's seacoast.

"Dare Mighty Things' training center has been an extraordinary asset to the National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program. When ChalleNGe staff go to the center, I know that they will return home with outstanding knowledge and inspiration. This is due, in part, to the fact that during the training course they are going to experience a comfortable and dynamic training environment and will be well taken care of."

Joe Padilla, Deputy Chief
Office of Athletics and Youth Development, National Guard Bureau