The CAUSE program is designed to address the needs of under represented minorities in the science and education workforce and to provide quality science education through early intervention to underserved youth K-12. There’s no better way to learn about the ocean than to explore it. There’s no better way to appreciate the animals that live there than to know them. There’s no better way to protect the world’s oceans than to love them. And there’s no better way to learn to love the oceans than to be a Sea Camper! The Center offers a wide variety of classrooms lessons, geared to certain ages and grades. Click one of the links below for the list of offerings and call today to schedule a lesson onsite.
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The Urban Water Partnership is a collaborative of several local organizations working together to address water quality issues in the Camden City area. 2015 Dates Available Now!
Outreach Program Guide (color)
Outreach Program Guide (black & white)
Protecting Our Water Poster Contest Transform Science Teaching and Learning In Your Program!

Camden City School Teacher's - We Need Your Help!!! We have an amazing opportunity for your students to learn about the importance of our local waterways while educating their classmates, family and friends about their personal link to the Delaware and Cooper Rivers, Newton Creek, Chandler’s Run and Baldwin’s Run.

The Protecting Our Water Poster Art Contest was created to draw upon your student’s artistic expression with the goal of encouraging public understanding of the critical importance water plays in all of our lives. Click here for contest details

Click here for for additional information The Center offers professional development to help educators engage students in active STEM learning. We offer single or multi-session workshops tailored to your curriculum and grade-level needs, addressing:
  • Inquiry-based science learning
  • Specific content knowledge
  • Practical classroom strategies
  • Literacy links, writing for science and other cross- curricular connections


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