Young Innovators Camp Toronto (July)
Due to the high volume of interest for our Toronto program we have added another week this July!
The Young Innovators Program Helps Youth Build Big Ideas!
Future Design School’s Young Innovators Camp brings together kids ages 10–14 for a fun, high-energy week that has over the past two years has empowered hundreds of campers in dozens of cities to realize their own innovation potential.
Not your average summer camp — kids are empowered to develop their creative genius while learning about design thinking and experiencing their own entrepreneurial journey.
Developed by successful entrepreneurs, software engineers and educators — kids are equipped with important skillsets and engage in real-world experience that transforms both their perception of themselves and the world around them. All campers are given the opportunity to pitch their solutions to a live audience at the end of the week and publicly celebrate their inventions.
Kids can look forward to advice from successful entrepreneurs, exciting activities, making new friends, and most importantly; developing a greater sense of confidence in their ability to creatively problem solve. We know firsthand that every child possesses incredible creative capacity and we strive to unlock that potential.
Build Solutions to Real World Challenges and Opportunities
Learn Design Thinking Strategy
Create and Pitch a Business
Develop an Innovator's Mindset
Parents are invited to “Demo Day”
Students are picked up from camp
Students arrive at camp
Laura has has had the distinct privilege of being an educator in the York Region District School Board for the past six years. She is passionate about developing modern learning experiences for all of her students. Her current focus is to embed design thinking into her lessons, cultivate innovative mindsets, and show young people that they can be agents of change. Laura is dedicated to continually refining her teaching practices through different professional development opportunities. The Future Design School methods have allowed her to transform her teaching practice and learning environments.