Learn and Participate as a Citizen Shark Scientist
Our Shark Watch education program engages the public and youth in an exciting and hands on learning process.
We are available for public lectures and events on shark conservation, behavior and interactions using imagery and action. We incorporate our films into an exciting and inspiring shark adventure!
Contact us for public speaking engagements.
We offer single classes, school assemblies and day long field courses. Our day long educational course incorporates shark biology, art, film and fun to teach students the importance of sharks and rays to a healthy ecosystem.
Institutions we have worked with include:
University of California Berkeley
University of San Francisco
San Jose State
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Aquarium of the Pacific
San Francisco Aquarium of the Bay
Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Cordell Banks National marine Sanctuary
Tiburon Middle School
San Francisco State University
San Francisco Unified School District
Audubon Society and other non profits and schools
San Mateo School District, Pacifica
Lectures topics include:
Shark Biodiversity and Shark Conservation
Ocean and Fisheries Sustainability
Marine Protected Areas and Sanctuaries