Bluecology’s student field program aims to inspire and develop future ocean conservation leaders. The program’s purpose is to give students a greater understanding of field science, and collaborative and integrated environmental problem solving. High school and college students work side-by-side with field scientists, cultural practitioners, community leaders and other local mentors.
Bluecology facilitates learning opportunities in Hawai’i with partner Hawai’i Wildlife Fund, and in Micronesia with collaborator One People One Reef.
To learn more about the Micronesia Conservation Field Program and the Ulithi Student Expeditions. Students, both local and international, work with scientists and community leaders to accomplish specific goals.
Youth outreach and community service groups can learn more about the Hawai’i program by contacting email@example.com.