Summer LaunchPad - An Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute

This is a camp for passionate young changemakers – campers with great ideas and a strong drive to share them with the world.

  • How do you take an idea and make it a reality?
  • Create a product?
  • Can you successfully have an impact on real-world problems?
  • What skills do you need to start out and succeed as a young entrepreneur?
  • What does it mean to pivot your idea or product?
  • How do you adapt your idea to meet the needs of the market?
We will delve into these questions and more! Campers will receive mentorship and training from a team of experienced entrepreneurs, businesspeople, and educators and will have the opportunity to publicly showcase their product and/or work at the end of the session. Campers will also have the opportunity to spend time on our 16-acre campus, play outdoor games, and enjoy our swimming pool. 


The program runs between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 

Ages 10-14

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Sessions

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Session 1: Idea to Product

    Dates: July 11–15, 2022 
    Session Cost: $725
  • Session 2: Quick Thinking - Pivoting and Adapting and the World of Startups

    Dates: July 18–22, 2022 
    Session Cost: $725
  • Session 3: Ideas for Impact: Innovation and Social Change

    Dates: July 25–29, 2022 
    Session Cost: $725
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