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Science Camps - Co Ed


Science Camps - Co Ed - Staff Profiles

Staff are typically subject matter experts and experienced teachers. Staff assignments vary by program and all staff are held to the highest possible standards. Some of our recent staff members for this program include:

Education Unlimited - Macara Nicoll (Camp Director)

Macara Nicoll — Camp Director

Macara, an avid lover of acapella music and education, is thrilled to find herself for another summer with Education Unlimited. She, a UC Berkeley graduate and a CSU Sacramento graduate student, has an incredible passion for education and learning. Her work in graduate school will culminate in the awarding of her Masters in School Counseling,...


Education Unlimited - Jacqueline  Acres, MS (Instructor)

Jacqueline Acres, MS — Instructor

Jackie Acres will be returning to lead our Robotics program summer.  Ms. Acres graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering and from UNLV with a Masters of Science in Biomedical Engineering.  While completing her degree, she had the opportunity to teach high school and freshman mechanical...


Education Unlimited - Paola Odriozola (Instructor)

Paola Odriozola — Instructor

Paola grew up in Mexico and moved to the Bay area for college. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Psychology in 2013, after which she worked as a research assistant in a neuroscience lab at...


We will continue to add additional staff members as enrollment and availability dictate. Details are posted on additional staff members as they are confirmed.


Upcoming Camps

6th-8th grade: Marine Science & Astronomy

6th - 8th grade: Marine Science and Astronomy

Majors: Campers spend about two-thirds of their day in the “Major” class, allowing them to gain in-depth knowledge in their chosen scientific area - Marine Science and Astronomy.  

  • Astronomy:

9th-10th grade: Neuroanatomy & Robotics

9th-10th grade: Neuroanatomy & Robotics

Majors: Campers spend about two-thirds of their day in the “Major” class, allowing them to focus and gain in-depth of knowledge in their chosen scientific area - Neuroanatomy or Robotics.  

Neuroanatomy Majors: In this major, students will learn the anatomy and physiology of various systems in the brain and apply what they know to fictitious neurological pa...