Blossom News

February 6, 2020

2020 Camps are here!

We’re ready for another summer of joy and learning! Are you?

Register before March 1 and get $50 off!

February 9, 2018

Hackathon at Rev1!

A big thank you to everyone who made this event possible - especially Rev1 Ventures and the Columbus Homeless Family Foundation! 

Blossom’s Hackathon at Rev1

February 9, 2018

Happy New Year! (Columbus Foundation Grant!)

There is a lot to be excited about here at Blossom as we ring in the New Year! I am excited to announce that the Columbus Foundation has awarded us a $42,000 grant! This is huge for Blossom and we cannot thank the Columbus Foundation enough for their consideration of our proposal for this grant.

With the help of the Columbus Foundation we will be bringing our camps to Columbus this summer! This grant will provide us with the funds to secure space, develop our curriculum, help others join our mission, and of course empower many more young girls to explore STEM. Bringing Blossom to Columbus marks the expansion of our summer camps in 3 cities. Now the young girls of Columbus will be able to take part in our program designed specifically for them.

With expansion comes opportunity and to those in the Cincinnati, Buffalo, and Columbus areas, we will be looking for interns, volunteers, and other support. If you or anyone you know would be interested in an opportunity with Blossom reach out to us and we will be happy to match up available opportunities!

As we bring in the New Year with all of the excitement of expansion, I want to thank you all for your support. Impact and change does not happen overnight and it requires the use of all skills and backgrounds. Spreading the word of our mission is critical as well as volunteering and donations. Here at Blossom we appreciate all that you do and hope that your New Year will be the best yet.

April 3, 2017

Springing into Action

We want to thank everyone who has donated to Blossom and contributed to our cause. Our all stars this month were Infotech WNY and Benjamin and Patrica Randle who gave scholarships to two girls in Buffalo! All of our donors and volunteers make a huge difference in our cause to reach out to young girls about the STEM fields.  With your continued support Blossom will continue to grow and become an even greater force in the movement to bring girls into STEM.

As we move into April we’ve been making great strides in getting young girls in Cincinnati and Buffalo to sign up to attend our camp! We still have a long way to go and lot more progress to make before we start our second summer of camps. It’s up to all of us to continue to make an effort to spread the word about Blossom and the opportunities we offer to learn at our camp.
Coming up this month is our second Hackathon ever that will be located in Buffalo.  We’re looking forward to another successful event for girls to explore all that STEM has to offer!

February 9, 2017

What’s New This Month?

We’ve had an amazing start to 2017 here at Blossom! We have many people to thank for our growing and continuing success. First, I’d like to start by thanking SparkFun Electronics, Inc. for including Blossom in their community partners! Another shout out to Rev1 Ventures for hosting our amazing first ever Columbus Hackathon!

February 4th was our first ever Hackathon specifically designed for young girls. We held the day-long event at Rev1 thanks to their generosity. We had a huge turn-out of 45 girls all eager to learn about the amazing world of STEM! The girls got to participate in soldering, programming robots, coding, and more. The success of this event was due to all the help we received from our volunteers and the young girls all eager to learn! Our next Hackathon will be in Buffalo, New York so keep a look out for updates!

Hardly two months into 2017 and we’ve already made sales for seats at our summer camps! We’re only just getting started and I can tell that we’re in for another successful summer of fun STEM learning! Let’s keep up this momentum as we near the summer!

Thank you all for your continued support. We’ve reached a new level in our development as an organization. We have a face in the public and will continue to spread our message to inspire young girls to learn and achieve through the world of STEM.

D. Bauer,