Genesis Lab Camp
Summer Camp for Middle Schoolers
Genesis Lab Camp is a five-day, fully immersive adventure into math and science, enveloped in rich historical contexts. Your child will engage with a host of innovative tools spanning 3D printing, virtual reality, and everything in between. Students will be challenged in an active learning, design-centered environment created by professional educators and college-level professors.
The camp offers:
- Small session sizes with individualized attention for each camper
- Exploration of STEAM principles
- Opportunities to create with cutting-edge technology, such as 3D printing and virtual reality
- A small group approach emphasizing collaboration
- Tools to inspire curiosity, independence, and confidence
Camp sessions will operate Monday through Friday, from 9 AM to 2 PM, with a 30-minute drop-off and pick-up period for parents. Snacks and lunch will be provided daily at no extra charge.
Select from multiple five-day sessions:
|June 18–22 (Girls only)|
|July 9–13 (Girls only)|
$50 discount for Pepperdine alumni, faculty, and staff
Meet the Camp Staff
Anna Speth is the Librarian for Emerging Technology and Digital Projects at Pepperdine's Payson Library. She holds a Master's degree in Library and Information Science. Anna previously worked with the Dig@Lab at Duke University, using emerging technology to look for new interpretations of humanities disciplines, and with the User Research Center at Harvard University, performing usability testing on archival discovery software.
Landon Phillips is the Co-Director of the Genesis Lab and Lead Instructional Designer at Pepperdine University. He is the co-author of the grant that created the Genesis Lab here at Pepperdine, and earned his Master's degree in Learning Technology. Landon has a passion for learning in all its forms, with a special place in his heart for both game-based and experiential learning styles. He is also a member of the faculty at Pepperdine and teaches a class on Photoshop and Design.