Tag: Kids Who Care
Learning science…. You can help inspire youth!
Do you remember first learning about science? What was your experience like? Did you love it? Science. Technology. Engineering. Math. These “STEM” skills are important, both for individual success and community sustainability. And yet, we are falling short. Far too many young people say they “don’t like” science or “can’t do” math. We even hear […]
Student Leads Recycling Project to Help Marine Animals!
We were honored yesterday by a local student who loves the idea of saving animals and took it upon himself to do something to help. In his words…. “Dear National Marine Life Center, “Hello! My name is Jayden. I am an 8th grader at the Bourne Middle School, and a BLAST member. BLAST is an […]
2nd Grade Class Raises $150 for NMLC!
The second grade class in room A312 at Forestdale School in Malden, MA raised $150 for the National Marine Life Center . Inspired by a sea turtle unit they were doing in class, the 21 students joined together to make a display to share their knowledge, raise awareness and encourage people to donate in whatever […]
Shoutout to Kids Who Care
Kids (of all ages!) are responding to Townsend, sending get well notes, and making donations to help. Thank you! This week, we’d like to extend a special thank you to Ashley, who sent this note along with a gift of money. We’d also like to thank Mrs. Milot’s fourth grade class from St. Margaret Regional […]
Girl Scout Project Helps Sea Turtles!
I have been a Girl Scout since I was in Kindergarten and just finished my last year in Juniors. The highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn is the Bronze Award. I learned that sea turtles were endangered and decided to do my Bronze Award project creating a brochure that told people the dangers […]
Summer Internship Commences
It’s been quite an interesting start to my summer internship here at the NMLC. My first day was at the Burrage Pond turtle release event where I finally met all the other interns and staff. Being my first time in these lands, I had yet to acquire that oh so critical sense of direction and […]