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Marine Biologist in Trianing New England Aquarium
Central Wharf
Boston, MA
September 13 - October 11, 2020
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
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Explore science at the New England Aquarium! Join researchers and educators as we investigate the world around us in a bid to better understand and protect our blue planet.

Marine Biologist in Training (MBIT) courses are challenging opportunities for students in grades 7 to 11 to learn about marine science and build skills for problem solving, scientific study, leadership, and population and resource management. Students might find themselves studying fish in a lab, taking water quality samples from a research boat, or contributing to ongoing research projects. Combining classroom time with hands-on experience, this program creates a unique learning opportunity with the New England Aquarium as a resource.

PROGRAM

- MBIT: Animal Conservation

  • Fisheries science
  • Turtle rehabilitation
  • Right whale populations
  • Community-based solutions
- MBIT: Your Local Ocean
  • Study local habitats during coastal field trips
  • Analyze animal behavior on a whale watch
  • Study local invertebrates in the lab
  • Use models to study the ocean floor
  • Learn about ongoing research in Boston Harbor
- MBIT: Field Work
  • Contribute to citizen science projects
  • Travel to and study a new habitat for each class
  • Gain familiarity with actual field biology methods
  • Work with classmates to plan and conduct field research
  • Practice using common scientific tools 

- MBIT: Scientist

  • Scientific methods and research study design
  • Visit Aquarium research labs and meet with professional scientists
  • Practice project management
  • Build leadership and teamwork skills
  • Gain confidence with public speaking as you communicate your research to an audience

Students might find themselves studying fish in a lab, taking water quality smaples from a research boat, or contributing to ongoing research projects.

Field Work classes meet from 9am to 4pm, all other classes meet from 10am to 4pm.

For general information, please visit us online, call the camp office at 617-226-2425, or email harbordiscoveries@neaq.org.


To learn more about the program & application, please visit the website.


Marine Biologist in Trianing