The Introduction to Marine Biology summer program
camp activities focus on aquatic biology and water chemistry, plus tubing, rafting, scuba/snorkeling, swimming, glass-bottom boat ride, Sea World and more
URI's Alton Jones Camp is set in 2,300 acres of forest with a 75 acre private lake, 10 miles of hiking trails, streams, ponds and a working farm!
Education Unlimited has partnered with Sally Ride Science Camps to encourage girls' interests in science by giving them hands-on science learning and activities in an environment that is supportive, enriching, and fun!
Schooner Summer Camp brings kids to the coastline to explore, learn, grow, and get their feet wet! We offer shore based programs for ages 4-8 and sailing programs for age 9-12 where campers engage in science-based learning through adventure, exploration, crafts, songs, and games on our coastal location. We also offer a Leaders in Training program for ages 13-14.
HPA's program is an adventure of a lifetime for high school students. Whether backpacking, snorkeling, caving, or volunteering, participants will fully immerse themselves in the Hawaiian landscape and culture.
Ready for adventure? With a focus on education, culture, service and leadership, earn high school credit while enjoying the best of Hawaii's outdoors.
Award-winning summer STEM research programs for teens include: Biological Research, Applied Physics, Chemistry, Neuroscience, Biomedical Research, Marine Biology, Forensic Science, Psychology, & Engineering. Day and residential options are available.
Camp Broad Rock is located on the 20 beautiful acres featuring open fields, hiking trails, low ropes course, archery range, indoor & outdoor basketball and a five-lane aquatics center.
Join Salish Sea Expeditions' Scientists as we explore the mysteries of Puget Sound through scientific inquiry. Our journey begins at Fort Ward Park where we will learn the story of the watershed through hikes, scientific investigations and hands on activities in the streams, rocky shores, beaches and in the forest wetlands.
The Oliver Hazard Perry is a 200-ft long tall ship, operating out of RI as a non-profit organization focusing on experiential learning. Campers will experience the thrill of sailing the ship together and visiting ports all over New England.