For Kids and Teens
This program is a great tool for teachers to instill the joy of ocean conservation and philanthropy in their students. Change the Life of a Seal is a service learning project and fundraiser. All donations go to fish, water, and medicine for our patients here at PMMC.
The Pinniped Pollution Project (PPP) is a grant-funded program that focuses on ocean pollution and its effects on local marine mammals and the environment. This program is limited to 4th and 5th graders and is approximately 2 hours long.
Investigate the world of marine mammals through our one hour marine mammal education programs. All field trip programs include the opportunity to view and hear about current patient stories.Our field trips align with Next Generation Science Standards and Ocean Literacy Principles.
Pacific Marine Mammal Center has been lucky to have conservation-minded children choose to assist with PMMC's animal care needs by giving up their birthday or holiday presents and asking friends and family to support the patients at PMMC instead.
Will embark on an amazing quest to explore our ocean ecosystem from the tiny algae to the majestic gray whale. We will investigate our connection with our marine world through hands on marine science labs, guest presentations, and optional offsite stewardship projects.
Let your scouts investigate the world of marine mammals through the It’s Your Planet—Love It! Leadership Journey. Girls get the opportunity to learn about environmental issues such as clean water and air, noise pollution, global warming, soil contamination, and agricultural processes.
Let us bring marine mammals to you! Our distance learning programs are for K-12 classrooms, college groups, scout groups, after school programs, senior centers and more! Programs are specifically tailored to your audience's interests, grade level and/or age group. Each program is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards.
Our facility offers a unique experience for children to witness a marine mammal hospital in action! Campers learn how our animal care team rehabilitates our seal and sea lion patients through a series of mock activities including weighing fish, preparing fish smoothies, cleaning pens and learning the art of marine mammal rescue. Each day has a different theme in order to provide a well-rounded study of our ocean environment. Each theme is creatively reinforced through games, arts and crafts.