50th Anniversary Speaker Series presents:

Glen Tripp, Founder and CEO of Galileo Learning on the Innovator's Mindset

Tuesday, April 8th at 7:00PM at RDS in the Library

The event is free and open to the community! Registration closes on Monday, April 7th.

Childcare is available for school-aged children only.

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Redwood Day School
3245 Sheffield Ave.
Oakland, CA 94602


Tuesday, April 8, 2014

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Denise Breland
Redwood Day School
For more information about Redwood Day School, please click HERE.

About the evening: Glen will talk about the importance of developing young people into innovators and will share practical strategies for parents who want to encourage creativity at home.

Glen Tripp Glen Tripp started Galileo summer camps in 2001 and they've since served more than 100,000 kids from pre-K - 8th grade, attracting boys and girls in almost equal numbers. Galileo teaches kids a process for tackling creative projects that includes identifying goals, generating ideas, creating, evaluating, and revising. The programs also reinforce character traits like determination and courage along the way.

Glen's goal is to extend Galileo’s impact to parents. On April 8th, he will share strategies intended to help parents develop their children into innovators in both their personal lives and in the world at large.

This event is free and open to the community. The event is for adults only. RDS will provide limited, free childcare available for school-aged children (K and up) with RSVP. Invite your friends!