Ocean Discovery Institute STEM Inititiave Needs Helpers!

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Wednesday, February 05, 2014
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Ocean Discovery Institute is looking for scientists that can speak with students about their career pathway in marine science (ecology, biology, fisheries, oceanography, etc.) and 'The Maritime Alliance' has agreed to help get the word out. Details of the program are as follows:

What: 10-15 minute career talk given to 3rd grade students, then help them explore La Jolla tide  pools and share more about your experiences, answer questions, and help students build a relationship with STEM professionals.
 
Who:   Marine science (ecology, biology, fisheries, oceanography, etc.) professionals, Ph.D. candidates, post docs, and graduate students welcome. Multiple speakers needed each day.
 
When: Feb.4th through March 24th, 2014 (excluding weekends). Field trips are approx. 3 hours and start times vary (9 or 10:30am).

Where: La Jolla Tide Pools, 850 Coast Blvd. La Jolla, CA 92037

Why:   As a professional in a STEM field, you can help create the scientists of tomorrow!
 
How:   Please visit our online calendar for more details and to register by clicking on the following link http://oceandiscoveryinstitute.org/get-involved/calendar/. You can select the date or dates you would like to commit to by clicking on “STEM Speaker Registration-Biologist”.
 
Questions:  Contact Travis Kemnitz by phone 858.488.3849 or email tkemnitz@oceandi.org
For more information about Ocean Discovery Institute visit www.OceanDiscoveryInsitute.org
 

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