STEM Camps

Summer STEM Camp is a fun and engaging way to enhance STEM skills and prevent summer learning loss while going on a journey of discovery and exploration for elementary grade students. The Mobile STEM Labs summer STEM Camp will take place from 9am-12pm for 3rd to 5th grade students on July 24, 2023-July 28, 2023 in Redondo Beach, CA. The camp is open to all students regardless of what school district they attend.

MOBILE STEM LABS is an educational program devoted to ensuring students have access to a quality Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. Mobile STEM Lab's Summer STEM Camp is for 3rd-5th grade students who want to have fun and engaging hands-on learning experiences while working as engineers and scientists.
The cost of the one-week program is $399 and includes:
  • All materials
  • Lab supplies
  • Hands-on experiments
  • Next Generations Standards aligned learning labs
  • Instruction from 9am-12pm
Program topics include:
  • Robotics
  • Coding
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Physical Science
To pay for the camp please visit our SHOP section and complete your online application by CLICKING HERE.


Mobile STEM Labs is an educational program devoted to ensuring all students have access to a quality Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education.


Our vision is to inspire the next generation of scientist, engineers, entrepreneurs and innovators to solve the global challenges of today and tomorrow.


Mobile STEM Labs provides K-12 students with authentic, standards-based learning laboratories, which integrates engineering design, mathematics and scientific inquiry.

Mobile STEM Labs, is eliminating disparities in access to STEM education by:

1. Building STEM Learning Communities

Collaboratively working with all stakeholders to create a school-wide culture of inquiry-based STEM learning.

2. Providing High-Quality Professional Development Models

Addressing the instructional shifts and practices associated with Common Core State Standards (CCSS), Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and the Computer Science Standards for California Public Schools.

3. Supporting Teachers

Equipping classrooms with the necessary materials, equipment, and support personnel to increase STEM Literacy. Teacher supports includes in-class coaching, demonstration teaching and modeling best STEM instructional practices.

4. Partnering With Schools and STEM Industry Leaders

Creating collaborative networks between primary and secondary schools, colleges, universities and industry to identify, assist and direct students into STEM related career pathways.