NOAA Fisheries Science Camp Identifier

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Campers will spend one week at NOAA's state-of-the-art Inouye Regional Center facility learning about the important work of NOAA Fisheries' scientists. Through fun, hands-on activities, they will find out how scientists use technology to study the ocean and its critters.

Students will see if a career with NOAA Fisheries is right for them! View the 2017 Science Camp flyer here.

Camp is FREE for 8th graders in the 2017-2018 school year.
See 2014 Science Camp Video Highlights.


Dates and Times

July 10 - 14, 2017 | Approximate times: TBD
Note: This is not an overnight camp.

Location

NOAA Inouye Regional Center at Ford Island, Honolulu
and off-site for a field trip on Thursday at the He‘eia Fishpond.

Transportation

All students MUST meet at Rainbow Bay Marina - bus transportation provided
to/from Ford Island.

Student Selection Criteria

We will notify 45 students of their selection on May 31, 2017 and create a wait list, if necessary. When students are selected, both the student and their parent/guardian are REQUIRED to complete additional waiver and medical forms by June 9, 2017. Receipt of those forms will finalize the studentís camp registration.

Measuring and dissecting fish in Fish Life History Module

45 students will be notified of their selection on Wednesday, May 31, 2017. We will start a wait list at this time, if necessary. When students are selected, both the student and their parent/guardian are REQUIRED to complete additional waiver and medical forms by June 9, 2017. Receipt of those forms will finalize the studentís camp registration.

The funding for this camp targets public and charter schools on Oahu. Others students may be considered on a space available basis.


For more information:

NOAA Fisheries
1845 Wasp Boulevard, Building 176
Honolulu, HI 96818
Phone: 808-725-5022
Fax: 808-725-5215
Email: pirsciencecamp@noaa.gov

Science Camp 2017 Infographic

The fees associated with the NOAA Fisheries Science Camp are covered by funding from NOAA.