Someone asked last week about what Galileo Learning was like on the inside, and I explained that what is seen at camp – the enthusiasm, encouragement, thoughtfulness, and willingness to try new things – is true company-wide. Then I mentioned Glen Tripp’s background and how he came to found Galileo Learning, which is when the person with whom I was speaking said, “Oh! So he’s someone who really cares!” This make me chuckle a little because yes, he really cares.
Glen will be leading an informal workshop this week in Menlo Park, where he’ll share ideas to use at home to help foster creativity and innovation in your child. This is open to anyone – you do not need to be a Galileo Camps family, nor will there be pressure to sign up for camp. The details are below, and note that only a few tickets remain.
Young people who grow into adult innovators will make an impact as professionals, citizens, and community members. They will also have the ability to shape their personal lives in ways that lead to greater happiness and fulfillment. What traits and tools do innovators need to utilize? And what can parents do to help nurture them? Join Galileo Founder & CEO Glen Tripp for an informal workshop offering practical tips for developing your young innovator.
- What: Parenting workshop on Developing Kids into Innovators
- Where: Oak Knoll School — 1895 Oak Knoll Lane, Menlo Park
- When: Thursday, August 1 from 9:15 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
- How: Register HERE by Wednesday, July 31. Admission is free.
- Why: To gain specific strategies to help you develop your children into confident creators and problem solvers.