The Aquarium will be accepting applications for its African American Scholar Program starting September 9, 2022. Now in its third year, the program supports African American students pursuing studies in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields related to the work of the Aquarium.
The Aquarium of the Pacific has partnered with Orange Coast College (OCC) to offer a college-level course for thirty high school and college students during the fall 2022 semester.
These free live classes, paired with fun and educational at home activities, will engage your child during their summer at home.
These free live classes, paired with fun and educational at-home activities, will engage your child during their winter break at home.
The Online Academy provides innovative learning opportunities for students in pre-kindergarten to twelfth grade, as well as curated content for adults.
Contributions to the Field Trip Face Campaign August 20 to 28 will be matched by a $5,000 grant from the Whitney Young Children’s Foundation, $5,000 from the Schulzman-Neri Foundation, and a $1,000 matching grant from the Mike and Diane Jensen Family.
Parent and Me classes allow parents and children ages two to six to learn together through play, movement, and exploration.
Visitors can become citizen scientists and add their observations of animals collected from nearby Rainbow Harbor using the iNaturalist website and app.
Career Connections provides opportunities for scientists to connect with middle school and high school students anywhere in the nation through videoconferencing technology.
The Reflecting on Practice workshops use the latest research in ways of learning and teaching to help educators improve their teaching methods.
This summer Aquarium educator Katelyn Sullivan was selected as a 2017 AltaSea Nautilus Ambassador and sailed aboard the E/V Nautilus as part of an expedition off the California coast.
David Bader assumed the role of president of the National Marine Educators Association for a year-long term at its annual conference in June.
The Aquarium has created a series of videos to help teachers connect their students to careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Visitors can learn more about our planet during Exploration Shows at 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on weekends in the Aquarium’s Ocean Science Center.
By acting quickly to address pollution, overfishing, and climate change, we may be able to halt the trend of ocean extinctions.