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Cultivating Life-Long Creative Problem Solvers 

Students today are facing an abundance of challenges, obstacles, and judgments. C2C’s goal is to give students the opportunity, and space, to navigate those challenges and learn how to be creative problem-solvers without the fear of failure or judgment.

The C2C Program

Students will learn about and practice their creative problem-solving skills through various playful and fun hands-on activities within our no-judgment learning environment. C2C offers 1-week camps and 6-week sessions where students are taught the creative-problem solving process, and how to use it as a tool, to create options and solutions for any challenges that come their way. These are skills students can use all their lives to reach their fullest potential. 

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What We Do

Explore Curiosity 2 Create

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About Us

Learn about our mission and vision

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Our Program

Scientifically curated activities that bring curiosity and creativity back into our community 

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Our Blog

Featuring peer-reviewed articles about creativity and curiosity 

The C2C Team

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Consisting of seasoned professionals with diverse abilities and experience, our team is determined to cultivate curiosity and creativity in today's youth. 

Our Blogs

Our bi-weekly blogs feature educational articles filled with loads of curiosity and creativity research, tips, and so much more. See our latest blogs below!

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How Do You Invent An Invention? 

Want to see what a C2C Class entail? Watch this video of our Executive Director and Creative Marketing Manager going over one of our favorite projects from Curiosity 2 Create!

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Albert Einstein

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence."

Contact Curiosity 2 Create

Get in touch with Curiosity 2 Create to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

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