Guard Up has signed an agreement with ST Unitas, the parent company of The Princeton Review, and a team of staff from Harvard Graduate School of Education, to open a series of STEM and story-based summer camps in Asia this summer.  Guard Up’s founder, Meghan Gardner, will be traveling to Korea and possibly China this spring and summer to train staff and help develop the operations model.  She was also selected to write the camp’s Mission Statement.  If successful, The Princeton Review would like to retain Guard Up’s services for developing afterschool programs in Korea as well as additional winter and summer camps in Malaysia, India, and other Asian countries. 

We are very excited about the opportunity to work with such reputable educational organizations and to expand the reach of story-based education. As more unfolds, Meghan will be sending us updates and photos from her travels abroad. Keep an eye out for new news!