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Top Tech Tools for Summer Camp Planning: A Guide for Parents

Scheduling the school-free months of summer can be a logistical nightmare, even for the most organized among us. Fortunately, there are a ton of online resources out there for researching the best camps, keeping track of who's going where and managing the logistics of getting there. We've taken the liberty of compiling some of the best of them all in one place. Read on for the essential technology tools of summer camp planning.

Embracing Creative Confidence: Why David and Tom Kelley's Book Is a Must-Read

Embracing Creative Confidence: Why David and Tom Kelley’s Book Is a Must-Read

Galileo summer camps were founded on the idea that every kid can envision and create a better world—and our programs are designed to give campers the mindset, skills and confidence to do just that. So when we come across content that speaks to that mission, we can't wait to share it more broadly.

Gift Ideas for Kids That Engage Growing Minds

Gift Ideas for Kids That Engage Growing Minds

Choosing gifts for kids—people who are growing and changing practically every minute—can be a challenge. And that super-cool toy they loved unwrapping yesterday might end up gathering dust tomorrow. So instead, why not give your kids gifts that allow them to do something new, create something special or expand their world a little? Here are a few suggestions for gifts that will keep growing along with them.

Galileo’s 2nd Annual Spark Scholarship Honorees Announced

Three university students who are aspiring educators have been awarded Galileo’s 2019 Spark Innovation Scholarship. Each winning student will receive $1000 to apply to their own educational endeavors. This year’s winners are Jessica Cheng (University of California, Berkeley), Leah Nadir... Read more