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This free program for high school students features rotating themes exploring the science of the Center, shadowing researchers and veterinarians, creating action projects and more.

Looking for an opportunity to become more involved with the Center's work and make a real difference for the ocean and marine mammals you love? You're invited to join us for Stewardship Saturday, a program for high school students in grades 9-12.

Sign up now for these free learning opportunities with rotating themes exploring the science of the Center, shadowing researchers and veterinarians, creating action projects and more.

You can join us for one event or attend monthly, at no cost and with no commitment. All events will include the opportunity to learn more about ocean conservation and how to start taking action now.

Hands-on opportunities with animals will not be available as part of Stewardship Saturdays. For more information on further training in animal care, check out our Youth Crew program.

Upcoming Events

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Creating Communities for Youth Action in Ocean Conservation

Saturday, April 24 |  10:00 am PT  |  Live Virtual Event

Join us to learn about and get involved in the community action projects being led by recent alumni of the Ocean Conservation Leadership Program including some sneak peaks into the program currently accepting applications for the summer cohort.  

This event is free but requires registration to get the Zoom link. Please plan to attend for the full 90-minute event.


Register Now


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Save the Date

Saturday, May 15 |  10:00 am PT  |  Live Virtual Event

Join us for another session of Stewardship Saturday - topic TBD.  

This event is free but requires registration to get the Zoom link. Please plan to attend for the full 90-minute event.


Registration coming soon!


Past Events

Recorded presentations will be posted online after the program airs.

Have Questions?

Contact us at learn@tmmc.org.