The DREAM BIG program strives to empower college and technical school bound youth with disabilities to dream big about their future. The program aims to show students that they can do many things that their non-disabled peers can do, and they should not limit their career goals.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT DREAM BIG CAREER CAMP
PAST DREAM BIG CAREER CAMP PARTNER COMPANIES HAVE INCLUDED:
Danforth Plant Science Center, Nestle Purina PetCare, Washington University School of Occupational Therapy, Fleishman Hillard, Missouri History Museum, Monsanto (Bayer), Centene Corporation, Bi-State Development, Boeing, Express Scripts, Riot Games, Cortex Innovation Community (CIC), Microsoft @ CIC, St. Louis Community College Culinary Arts Program, and Launchcode.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is transportation provided?
No. Students are required to arrange transportation to and from the camp site each day. Arrival time is 8:30 a.m. and camp closing time is 4 p.m. each day.
Are meals provided?
Yes. Breakfast and lunch are provided each day.
What is the dress code?
Each student will be provided with two DREAM BIG Career Camp shirts at the beginning of the week. They shirts should be worn each day unless otherwise instructed.
Is there a fee to participate?
Yes. The DREAM BIG Career Camp fee is $375, payable before the first day of camp. Scholarships based on financial need are available.