Join one of our “shark-tastic” summer camp experiences with an opportunity to discover marine animals and the oceans, engage in STEM-based learning, and connect with other students who share their love of all things aquatic. Get hands-on with one of our Marine Science programs designed for High School Students. Choose from a 3-hour snapshot of a marine biologist, or dive deeper with monthly programs. We are looking for educators to join our Teacher Advisory Committee and improve our STEM offerings. This is a great opportunity for educators to become more involved with the Center’s conservation education initiatives.
Outreach Program Guides (PDF)
If you love marine animals and the environment, the Center, with Adventure Aquarium, provides a number of opportunities for those who want to volunteer. The Center offers a wide variety of classrooms lessons, geared to certain ages and grades. Click one of the Outreach Program Guide links to the right for the list of offerings and call today to schedule a lesson onsite.
Outreach Program Guide (color)
Make your Group Visit to Adventure Aquarium Special!
Transform Science Teaching and Learning In Your Program!

A Behind the Scenes Tours offers your group an insider¹s view of Adventure Aquarium. If you're curious about conservation, try our Ocean Realm Tour: Sea Turtle Edition! This program offers a backstage look at Adventure Aquarium's largest reptiles. From the walkway over the aquarium's largest exhibit, groups will learn about the threats endangered species of sea turtles face in the wild, as well as the "turtle tales" of Adventure's sea turtle residents. Please plan ahead and call the Group Sales Department at 800-616-JAWS (5297) to schedule your visit and tour. You may also complete a reservation request form and a representative will contact you within 1-2 business days.

Click here for for additional information The Center offers professional development to help educators engage students in active STEM learning. We offer single or multi-session workshops tailored to your curriculum and grade-level needs, addressing:
  • Inquiry-based science learning
  • Specific content knowledge
  • Practical classroom strategies
  • Literacy links, writing for science and other cross- curricular connections


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