Crypto Kids Camp and Blockchain at Pepperdine will immerse children in technologies such as Blockchain, Crypto, AI, ML, DApps, Robotics, Cyber Security, Gaming, and more
On April 6-10 in Los Angeles, Crypto Kids Camp will host its spring break session at Pepperdine University. Children ages 5 – 17 taking the 1 week, 40-hour course will learn the basic fundamentals of Blockchain, Evolution of Money (Crypto), Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Technology, Machine Learning, Online Gaming, DApps (Decentralized Apps), and Engineering.
Wednesday, April 8 will be coined “Blockchain 4 Kids Day” in which children will spend the entire day engaged in blockchain activities that deepen their understanding of this technology that includes, but not limited to, blockchain games, blockchain art, building their own blockchain, and receiving mentorship from the Pepperdine Blockchain Masters Program students.
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Dr. Lene Martin, Founder, and Director of Blockchain at Pepperdine said, “New technologies help to break barriers and provide opportunities. It is in recognition of this that Blockchain at Pepperdine is proud to partner with Crypto Kids Camp. With its 5-day immersion course, our future leaders will take their first steps into a world where emerging technologies have the power to transform all trajectories.”
The cost of Crypto Kids Camp is $399.00 per child and each child will receive and take home a laptop, cellphone with donated crypto, a drone, a Skycoin Skyminer, a robot, virtual reality headset and much more. In addition, transportation to Pepperdine (if needed) and lunch are provided every day.
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Founder and Executive Director, Najah Roberts believes that “Exposing children at an early age to a variety of technologies that exist, allow the children to pick and choose what they are most interested in. This not only opens the eyes of children to see the possibilities, but it helps parents guide their children towards something that fulfills the child’s ultimate dreams and aspirations for the future.”