Nova Scotia

Upcoming Summer Programs


We are still accepting nominees for our Technology & Marine Conservation Program, but all other programs are closed. Girls must be nominated for the Technology & Marine Conservation program by an adult that knows them well (this includes parents), must be girls (or identify as female) that come from an underprivileged background, and must be from the HRM.

OTHER SUMMER PROGRAMS UPDATE:

We sent out our first wave of acceptance e-mails on Monday, May 13th, and will be sending out two more on Wednesday, May 15th and Friday, May 17th. If you haven’t heard back yet – don’t fret! But do keep a close eye on your e-mail πŸ™‚


Junior Marine Biologist πŸ¦‘

Girls aged 9 – 12 | July 4th – 5th, overnight | Wolfville | Pay-what-you-can

Intermediate Marine Biologist πŸ‹

Girls aged 12 – 15 | July 6th – 7th, overnight | Lunenburg | Pay-what-you-can

Junior Wildlife Conservation πŸ₯

Girls aged 12 – 15 | July 22nd – 25th, overnight | Bon Portage Island | Pay-what-you-can

Intermediate Wildlife Conservation 🐀

Girls aged 12 – 15 | July 17th – 20th, overnight | Bon Portage Island | Pay-what-you-can | Only open to girls who participated in the JWC program in 2018

Technology & Marine Conservation 🌊

Girls aged 13 – 16 | July 29th – 30th, overnight | Halifax to Wolfville and back | Free program | Only open to girls from underprivileged backgrounds who reside in the HRM

Food Science & Pollinators 🐝

Girls aged 9 – 12 | August 1st, day program | Wolfville | Pay-what-you-can


Past Programs


Junior Marine Biologist Program

Our 2018 JMB program was 1.5 jam-packed days of hands-on and experiential learning about marine biology and what it’s like to be a marine biologist. We assisted female marine biologists with their conservation research at a local weir at low tide during the day and overnight, and learned to camp at a local Provincial Park!

Junior Wildlife Conservation Program

This program took place in July 2018 with middle and high-school aged girls in on Bon Portage Island off of Barrington. We spent 4 days and 3 nights on the Island assisting female biologists with their Leach’s storm petrel research and learning about wildlife conservation.

Are you the leader/administrator/teacher of a group of deserving and awesome girls that you think would love an experience like this? Contact us, and follow our social media to keep up-to-date about program offerings!
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