BOG SUMMER BOOTCAMP
BOG SUMMER BOOTCAMP
Please see details below for the two available program options for 4th-8th grade students.
Want to learn how to run a business and help the community at the same time? Join us on a fun and hands-on adventure engaged in social entrepreneurship! In our two action-packed weeks, campers will learn and apply basic business skills to an important social issue. Each week concludes with campers running a 1-day business-like venture to raise awareness and funds to address the social issue. Field trips and outdoor recreation included in both weeks. Unite to make the world a better place!
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BOG Summer Bootcamp
Want to give a tax-deductible, full or partial scholarship to send a deserving child to our summer camp?
Or call us at 608-298-6949 for more details.
Social Issue: Visible and Invisible Disabilities
Do you want to learn how to teach young dogs new tricks? Then become a dog trainer and help turn puppies into future service dogs for people with disabilities. Each day, you will teach a puppy commands to help it be obedient and perform a life-task that allows a person with a disability to live more independently. At the same time, you will also learn basic business skills as you and your camp friends plan your very own 1-day business event where you will raise awareness and money by making and selling dog-related items. Help “paw it forward” for a person in need, one puppy at a time!
A portion of funds raised will support: Custom Canine Service Dog Academy, Inc.
Social Issue: Childhood Hunger
No child should grow up suffering from hunger. Help end childhood hunger in this powerful camp that gets you involved in your community by volunteering in a foodbank and experiencing organic vegetable farming and gardening that help Wisconsin children get the healthy food they need, everyday. At the same time, you will also learn basic business skills as you and your camp friends plan your very own 1-day business event to raise awareness and money by making and selling food-related items. Take a bite out of hunger!
A portion of funds raised will support: Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin
Edgewood College (Mazzuchelli Hall)
1000 Edgewood College Drive
CEOs of Tomorrow provides need-based scholarships and award amounts vary based on household combined annual income. Families that do not fall within predetermined criteria but are faced with other special financial circumstances are also encouraged to apply. Contact us at 608-298-6949 for more information and to request a scholarship application.
Payment plans are available for all families, if needed.