Stewardship Saturday Program for High School Students
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 flexible monthly commitment. All events will include the opportunity to learn more about ocean conservation and how to start taking action now.
Past Stewardship Saturday topics have included:
- Discovering the Power of Photography for Conservation
- Searching for Marine Mammals in San Francisco Bay
- Familias unidas por un mar sano
- Monitoring Harbor Seals in Marin
- Experiencing Fish Kitchen
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.
No events in your area? Explore our virtual leadership program, Ocean Advocacy Collective, to connect with other youth passionate about ocean conservation.
Stewardship Saturday: Sailing Through Past and Present in the SF Bay
Stewardship Saturday: Exploring the Bay Shore with Cafe Ohlone
Stewardship Saturday: Searching for Marine Life in the San Francisco Bay
Virtual Programs and Activities
Recorded presentations will be posted online after the program airs.