Across the nation, camps were forced to close this summer because of the COVID-19 virus, and students are preparing for an even more limited fall semester. Camp Girl Boss, a STEM, leadership and entrepreneurship program for girls ages 10-13, realized this challenge and partnered with BizzyB to create a dynamic virtual platform for girls all across the country.
With 30 fully interactive lessons on-line, complete with 75 educational videos, activities, and projects, girls learn how to set goals, develop leadership skills, and grow self-confidence by starting their own business. The BizzyB system also provides an unmatched project-based learning (PBL) experience by incorporating mentors and participants globally, in real time. With direct access to industry experts and mentors, campers design their own logo, website, pitch, and more, alongside thousands of their peers in all 50 states.
According to Emily Breedlove, Director of Camp Girl Boss, “To build a virtual program that fully engages the campers, while hosting safe place for girls to be social online, we needed more than just a standard learning management system. With BizzyB, we not only met the challenges of the current environment, we have created a model that ensures greater ease, access and equity.”
As the world moves to a blended virtual experience, more organizations are going to need to innovate. BizzyB’s system ensures curriculum is seamlessly melded with critical interaction and team-building skills. Youth have greater interest and retention, while developing the key Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) skills that will define the next generation’s workforce.
With a flexible model, expert guidance, and a full support staff, BizzyB invites other organizations to contact us at bizzyb.com/contact to see how we can help.