BLUEPRINT 4 DAY SUMMER INTENSIVE
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
2020 Registration is Now Open!
BLUEPRINT @ TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
400 Bizzell St, College Station, TX 77843 | Open To Students Entering Grades 9 – 12
Founded in 1876, Texas A&M University at College Station, Texas, spread over 5,200 acres, is one of the largest campuses in the nation. Enrollment for the 2018 year was 63,288 students representing 50 states and 124 countries. The campus is split into east and west sections by a Union Pacific rail line. The east section, considered the main part of the campus, contains the administration building, colleges of engineering, science, education, and liberal arts, main dining centers, dormitories, and various support facilities. In the west portion are sports facilities,, business school, agricultural school, life sciences school, the Bush School of Government and Public Service, and the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library.
2020 PROGRAM DATES
2020 PROGRAM TUITION
|4 Day Summer Intensive Dates: July 9 to July 12|
4 DAY SUMMER INTENSIVE CURRICULUM
A blueprint is something that acts as a plan, model, or template for something to be built in the future. Here at Blueprint Summer Programs we believe that students should be prepared for the future, not just for college success but for career and life success as well. All of our programs provide foundational academic skills that will lead to a fulfilling college experience and the soft skills that are required for living a healthy, productive, and independent life.
What is Blueprint’s College and Career Success Curriculum (CCS)?
Our CCS course is broken down into 2 sections: Practical knowledge and skill development (or college prep) and soft skill development. We are confident that both of these areas are critical not just for college success but for success in life.
- Practical Knowledge & Skill Development
Students will explore post-secondary options such as community colleges, 4 year colleges/universities, trade school programs, certification programs, and apprenticeships; how to pay for college; choosing a major/career; writing resumes and interviewing skills.
- Soft Skill Knowledge & Development
Soft skills are those skills employers look for when hiring employees, and those skills that are necessary for living a healthy and independent life, such as: self-management, time management, goal setting, communication, problem solving, critical thinking and utilizing resources.
The best experience of my daughter’s life. Her words. Thank you!
By the second day we had each other laughing hysterically on our way back from the dining hall! I couldn’t believe how quickly we all became friends.
I would HIGHLY recommend Blueprint to any family looking for a personal, high-value summer college experience.
Blueprint was the best part of my summer. It gave me a taste of college and helped me discover the type of college I would like to attend. I would not pass up a chance to do this program.