A web app providing easy mobile access to summer camps and events in the local area so you can plan your summer around fun activities.
It’s more than what happens in the classroom that adds up to a student receiving a great education. Fun and diverse learning opportunities ensure that youth and young adults will develop their own creative pursuits, expand their education, and prepare for career success. Our Blueprint platform was designed to be an easy-to-use mobile tool that connects ALL young people to a wide array of learning opportunities. It was built with the generous support and partnership of community leaders and organizations who want to help youth succeed.
Of all summer camps offered, 72 percent are day-camps and 15 percent of camps offer both sleep away and day camp options.
Sixty-nine percent of parents are planning to enroll their child in at least one summer or day camp program each summer.
Seventy-four percent of campers report that they conquered their fears and tried activities they were scared to do at first.
Sixty-three percent of children who learn new activities at camp will sustain an interest in those activities after camp is over.
Statistics provided by KinderCare Learning Centers 2011 “Summer Fun” Survey and the ACA.
Build-A-Bear Workshop Foundation Emerson Charitable Trust & Emerson Employee Contributions Ever-Appropriate Etiquette Institute Express Scripts Dr. Jeanne and Rex Sinquefield Incarnate Word Foundation Jess Yawitz John McDonnell Joyce Wood Charitable Fund Regional Business Council Ron & Pam Rubin St. Louis Children’s Hospital St. Louis Regional Chamber The Clark-Fox Family Foundation The Deaconess Foundation The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital The McDowell Family Foundation St. Louis Social Venture Partners Ward & Carol Klein William H. Danforth William T. Kemper Foundation – Commerce Bank, Trustee
CEAM – Children’s Education Alliance of Missouri Columbine Printing Connectria Hosting DDI Media Hereford Printing iHeart Radio Metro Transit Obata O’Malley-Hansen Communications Radio One St. Louis Community Foundation Technology Partners The St. Louis American United Way of Greater St. Louis Vector Communications