Science at the Sea has fantastic marine science programs, intended to provide accessible science experiences for kids from historically excluded groups in STEM: including gender minorities, racial/ethnic minorities, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and people from low income or underserved communities.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
Program cost: FREE!
Location: Emerson Point Preserve
5801 17th St W
Palmetto, Florida 34221
March 12th 9am-12pm
April 30th 9am-12pm
May 21st 9am-11am
June 18th 9am-12pm
July 23rd 9am-12pm
August 13th 9am-12pm
September 17th 9am-11am
October 22nd 9am-2pm
November 19 9am-2pm
Middle School Workshop: Watersheds
High School Workshop: Watersheds
Family Workshop: Watersheds
Middle School Workshop: Critters of Tampa Bay
High School Workshop: Critters of Tampa Bay
Family Workshop: Critters of Tampa Bay
Coastal Cleanup (all ages welcome)
Middle School Workshop: All About ROV's
High School Workshop: All About ROV's
MISS provides a community and funding opportunities for gender minorities of color who wish to enter the field of shark sciences. We aim to show that there are many women of color succeeding in and interested in this field.
We fundraise and apply for grants to create paid opportunities to attempt to knock do the financial barrier into shark science. We encourage other organizations in our field to do the same.
MISS is a registered US nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation under 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
PO Box 10493
Bradenton, FL 34282
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