Summer 2023 Cohort Update

The Summer 2023 Cohort has finished the 10-week program! We are excited to celebrate the incredible group of volunteers and small businesses that spent their summer building their online presence with the re:Bloom program! 

Chelsea Cavlovic

August 3, 2023

As the days grow colder and shorter, there is a feeling that summer is fleeting. When we look back on our summer at re:Bloom, we celebrate the incredible group of volunteers and small businesses that spent their summer building their online presence with the re:Bloom program

The re:Bloom program would not be possible without our team of volunteers. The Summer 2023 businesses had 15 volunteers from 5 different organizations working on their web presence. The volunteers worked on teams of 3 to consult directly with clients and provide a tailored experience that helped small business owners develop their branding, grow their digital presence, and learn how to maintain their tech independently. Throughout the program, volunteers spent an average of 10 hours per week doing research, developing and designing, user testing, and providing final training documentation. If you’re interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities, please visit our volunteer webpage.

We are excited to share the small businesses that completed that 10-week program and to share their updated websites! 


eduFAB is dedicated to curating and sharing resources to catalyze the potential of digital fabrication maker spaces for authentic student learning in K-12. During the re:Bloom program, the team updated eduFAB’s website by improving responsiveness, providing a contact form, redesigning the site map, updating 6 webpages, providing 8 training videos, and more. Updated Website: 

First Sip Studios

At First Sip Studios, their mission is to empower businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals to unlock their creative potential and thrive in the digital era. re:Bloom helped First Sip Studios communicate its mission and services more effectively and update design elements. The team built out 8 new pages, developed 3 new features and created 4 training videos, and focused on ADA and SEO quality assurance. Updated Website:

Infinite Lifestyle Solutions

Infinite Lifestyle Solutions strives to serve our youth by creating safe spaces for them and their families to heal after trauma, supporting their educational needs, and teaching them how to resolve conflict and become resilient. They worked with the re:Bloom team to modernize their website and more effectively communicate their values and mission.  Updated Website: 

Goddess Care Shop

At Goddess Care Shop, they provide an array of products that cater to individual needs and preferences. With Goddess Care Shop, every woman has the freedom and luxury to choose how she wishes to express her divine self. The owner of this small business was selling her products in person but wanted to increase her revenue by having an e-commerce presence. re:Bloom helped her build a new website that reflected her brand that she could easily maintain and that customers could easily navigate.

Sejin Plus

Sejin Plus is transforming textile waste into desirable, useful, and usable building materials. The company worked with re:Bloom to create an American/English version of the business's Korean website. The team built 9 web pages, developed 3 infographics, and completed thorough research on competitors within the businesses industries to gain insight into developing an effective digital presence. Updated Website: 

We are proud of the work that was completed over the summer by our small business owners, volunteers, and staff. As we enjoy the last few weeks of summer, we remember that the seasons are another opportunity to re:Bloom. Stay tuned for our Fall 2023 Cohort that will be announced soon!