What We Do

Here at Terranaut Club…

We offer hands-on and immersive experiences in science and nature for middle school and high school aged girls, acting as an antidote to boring, in-class, learn-from-the-textbook STEM. We’re an alternative to traditional science education, and we work with both groups and individuals to develop customized programs. These programs can vary in length from 1 – 5 days, with overnight and day program options, that will provide girls with:

  • New and memorable experiences that are opportunities to step outside of their comfort zones 👏🏾
  • STEM exploration, but without the homework 🙌🏽
  • Environmental education, developing leadership skills and compassion for the Earth that they’ll bring home to share with their own communities ✌🏿
  • Female mentorship, from working alongside and learning from actual women in science, in a casual and supportive environment 🤝

Check out our programs!


Nova Scotia 🇨🇦


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.


Florida 🇺🇸


TC x Girls Inc. Sarasota: Threatened Species & Ecosystems of South Florida

In December 2018, we ran a weekend-long, overnight marine conservation program with 12 girls from Girls Inc. Sarasota. This “Threatened Ecosystems and Species of South Florida” included a learn-to-snorkel workshop and day of shark tagging. This program was ran in partnership with Field School, and funded by a Fulbright Canada Eco Leadership grant.


Interested in developing a program with us?

  • If you work with underprivileged and/or underrepresented girls, we can work with you to apply for funding to either partially or completely subsidize the program. We mainly fund our programs from grants, which means we’d work with our partners (you) well ahead of time to figure what kind of program we want to run, and where we can look for funding. We take care of writing the grant and planning the program, you take care of finding the deserving, awesome girls.
  • If you have a group of girls with means to pay for our programs, we’ll work with you to customize a program that suits you group’s interest and keep it as affordable as possible.
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