Whether you’re looking for a quick introduction to marine science, or you want to get more in-depth and hands-on with biology and environmental topics, our STEM-based teen programs offer a variety of options for students ages 12 and up. From 3-hour glimpses, to monthly sessions, or 2 week camp experiences, these unique programs enable future ocean scientists a great way to gain experience and knowledge outside of their science classroom.
Do you want to learn what it takes to become a marine biologist or work with animals at the Aquarium? Our High School Shadow program is a 3-hour experience that gives students in grades 9 – 12 an opportunity to meet up with Aquarium staff and get a behind the scenes look at a day in the life of a marine biologist. (Read More)
Are you looking for a way for your teen to gain practical experience in Marine Science? The Teen Marine Science Institute not only gives high school students hands-on experiences, advanced marine science content and opportunities to discover biology related careers, but will set them apart from their peers when applying for college. This program meets the first Saturday of each month, and includes in-aquarium lessons and experiences, as well as trips into the field. (Read More)
Junior Marine Biologist camp is a two-week, daily summer camp at Adventure Aquarium for teens ages 12-15. Full of hands-on science, animal interactions, field trips and more, this program is a great way to begin your research into marine science as a career or nurture your student’s love of the ocean. (Read More)
Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) boldly go where human divers cannot. During this two week ROV program, camper-engineers will hone their maker skills to design and build their own underwater robot. They will learn about the industrial and scientific applications of ROVs and develop hands-on skills like soldering, waterproofing, and tool use. Camp culminates with a friendly competition, where campers will pilot their ROVs through challenges based on real-world situations.(Read More)