This program provides teachers hands-on, real-world research experience working at sea with NOAA scientists and crew. TAS provides a unique opportunity for kindergarten through college-level teachers to sail and work on board NOAA research vessels.
Teacher in the Lab in Seattle, Washington is a 2 to 3-week summer program that brings high school teachers into the genetics laboratory at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center’s Mukilteo Research Station. Teachers learn about conservation genetic research techniques and research.
This program provides K-16 educators with ongoing professional development and support to build a climate-literate public actively engaged in climate stewardship. The program also provides support for educators to implement climate stewardship projects.
STAR is a nine-week paid summer research experience program for aspiring K-12 STEM teachers. It provides aspiring STEM teachers with opportunities to do authentic research while helping them translate their research experience into classroom practice.
B-WET funds locally relevant environmental education for K-12 students and related professional development for educators. The program serves California, Chesapeake Bay, Great Lakes, Gulf of Mexico, Hawai'i, New England, and the Pacific Northwest.