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Triple Play Summer Camps: Caribbean Festival Arts (Building Futures + Central Print)
Looking for a fun, interactive learning environment for your 4th- 6th grader? Well, we have triple the fun and learning opportunities this Summer with our Triple Play Summer Camps: Caribbean Festival Arts!
|July 9-13||July 23-27|
Time: 9:00 AM til 5:00 PM each day
8:30 early drop-off for breakfast
Camp starts and ends each day
@ 2720 N. 13th Street.
Printmaking @ 2624 N 14th St. after lunch.
Near North Residents $25 per week
All others $230 per week
Light breakfast and lunch
For More Information
for more information and/or contact:
2624 N. 14th St. 314 241 1346
2720 N. 13th St. 314 518 5279
Only 16 students per class
Classes will fill quickly.
Full tuition must be submitted with completed application.
March 2018 | Diversity Inclusion Organization Award
Building Futures was presented with a Diversity Inclusion award from the St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers (SLCCC). Pictured (l. to r.), Robert Conte, Monsanto (SLCCC Chair); Board Members Jusean Archibald, Frank Lorberbaum, Jay Reaves, and Holston Black; and Ramona Tumblin-Rucker, BJC (SLCCC Diversity Chair).
November 2017 | Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
"Aptly named local nonprofit Building Futures recently got a boost for its mission of inspiring youth in the city of St. Louis through hands-on design build workshops with a brand new space in an Old North St. Louis building purchased by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. Last year alone, Building Futures assisted 650 local K-12 kids, many of them at-risk, teaching them valuable trade skills in design and construction through computers, drawing, model-building and problem solving as well as working with hand and power tools."
October 2017 | Workforce Development (Organization) Award
Building Futures was recognized at the Construction Forum Education Foundation Building Tomorrow Awards. CFEF presented the not-for-profit with a Workforce Development (Organization) Award.
"Filling the pipeline with skilled trades people is already a critical need in our industry. Building Futures introduces K-12 children to design with computers and construction with hand and power tools. By providing free training to disadvantaged youth, Building Futures gives them skills and career direction to quality local jobs."
February 2016 | Community Outreach
On February 7, Issac Zimmerman, Alissa Zimmerman, Frank & Gay Lorberbaum presented 30 handmade chairs to pre-schoolers at Patrick Henery School!
Issac lead as project manager to see that all 30 chairs were crafted in the design shop to completion and on-through donation.
January 2016 & January 2017 | AGCMO Donation
Construction Leadership Council of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) donates proceeds of Glow Ball Golf Tournament to Building Futures.