Academic and Institutional Opportunities

The History of the 24 Hour Blueprint on Campus

24 Hour Blueprint Program (Student Edition)

Birth of the 24 Hour Blueprint – On January 30, 2013, the 24 Hour Blueprint made its debut being delivered in a lecture-workshop format to the Collegiate Science and Technology Entrance Program’s (CSTEP) students at the State University of New York at Buffalo.  The primary pilot audience consisted of Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students and students of other majors joined as word spread. The program’s success and warm reception lead to a second invitation where it was presented as a part of a Blueprints for Success series, sponsored and hosted by the CSTEP program.  On September 17, 2015 – for the 3rd consecutive year, the 24 Hour Blueprint stepped into a place of distinction as a reliable, go-to resource and standard-setting program for students in search of breakthroughs in productivity and time management.

24 Hour Blueprint Breakthrough Impact On Students & Universities After Three Years

Given the success of the 2015 event, it became apparent that it was time to share the program with other institutions and a pre-collegiate institutions  committed to empowering their students to breakthrough their self-imposed productivity limits to academic achievement.  As a result, the IMPOSSIBLE to Fail initiative, a campaign designed to inspire students to see themselves as society’s transformational agents using 24 Hour Blueprint principles, was created.  Plans were then made to give program directors of STEM (and STEAM) programs an opportunity to host events first as well as program directors of non-STEM programs.

Today, the 24 Hour Blueprint is poised to have an impact unlike any other program of its kind at the collegiate and pre-collegiate level and seeks to cause a lasting transformation in the lives of the students and collegiate program directors it touches.

Below is a short video showing how far the 24 Hour Blueprint has come…and its undeniable effects on the lives of the students who’ve attended LIVE events.

How Can You Bring the 24 Hour Blueprint to Your School?

Given that time management and productivity habits, like any other habits, are easier to form when things are new, a 24 Hour Blueprint event is best hosted during the first month of a semester or school year.

So, if you’re a program director or lead a collegiate prep program and wish to give your students a competitive advantage or is considering hosting a 24 Hour Blueprint event to supplement your along-the-year programming, please email staff@24hourblueprint.com

International Recognition

In 2015 based on the demands of the work required to continue teaching the principles of the 24 Hour Blueprint in-person, the 24 Hour Blueprint Academy was created.  In 2017 – two years later, the work was selected for presentation by the World Conference of Online Learning out of over 600 submissions.  It was presented in partnership with an innovative online student learning management system for it’s innovative approach to online learning.

To learn more about the creator of the 24 Hour Blueprint, Buihe Madu start here.

BEHIND THE SCENES: Testimonials from an Attendee of the First EVER 24 Hour Blueprint Event


Testimonials From STEM Program Director …

I was (challenged) in a way that I have not been … in quite sometime.  There was a definite paradigm shift in your insightful approach to time management that challenged the decision making process … Because it was about much more than time management.

 

Shanna Crump-Owens

Director of Collegiate Science & Technology Entrance Program (CSTEP)

Bring the 24 Hour Blueprint to Your School Today …

Email: Staff@24hourblueprint.com or call 312-869-4196 to learn more or schedule your next event.

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