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Terranaut Club is a Canadian non-profit organization that specializes in extra-curricular science and environmental education, bringing girls to the forefront of exciting, hands-on, immersive experiences in science and nature.

Join our Board of Directors!

We’re looking for a motivated and passionate individual to join our Board of Directors for a 1-year renewable term with an expected time commitment of 5 – 10 hours per month. This position is of a voting Board member, and duties will include assisting with our organization through: (1) fundraising, (2) marketing, and (3) community building. While a background in STEM is beneficial, it is not required for this position.

Read more about this opportunity.


🌊 NOVA SCOTIA SUMMER PROGRAM PHOTOS 📸

Food Science & Pollinators

Acadia University’s Nutrition Department and Cosman & Whidden Honey

Supported by WISEAcadia (Women in Science & Engineering) and Cosman & Whidden Honey

Junior Wildlife Conservation

Bon Portage Island’s Evelyn & Morrill Richardson Field Station in Biology, Nova Scotia

Funded in part by a donation from McCallum Environmental, and supported by Acadia University and the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources

Intermediate Wildlife Conservation

Bon Portage Island’s Evelyn & Morrill Richardson Field Station in Biology, Nova Scotia

Funded in part by a donation from CBCL Limited, and supported by Acadia University and the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources

Technology & Marine Conservation

Halifax & Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Funded by a WISEatlantic Partnerships Program grant and donation from Vemco/InnovaSea with support from the Ocean Tracking Network, Acadia University’s Coastal Ecology Lab, and the Porter fishing family

Intermediate Marine Biologist

Heckmans Island & Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
Supported by Acadia University’s Morton Centre, Coastal Action Foundation, and Lunenburg Whale Watching

Junior Marine Biologist

Wolfville and Smiley’s Provincial Park, Nova Scotia
Sponsored in part by the Canadian Federation of University Women, Wolfville Chapter. Supported by Acadia University’s Coastal Ecology Lab, Striped Bass Research Team, and Biology Department, and the Porter fishing family

Our mission is to empower and inspire girls to pursue STEM careers and become environmental leaders in their own communities. Specifically, we aim to work with underprivileged and underrepresented girls in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Canada, offering a range of free, subsidized, and paid programs.

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