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Lead an Earthwatch Student Group Expedition and see your students become full participants in real-world research in places as diverse as Madagascar, Nova Scotia, and Belize.

These expeditions are unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for your students to discover what it means to be a working scientist engaged in field research that helps protect, conserve, and make sense of the natural world.


WHERE DO EARTHWATCH STUDENT GROUP EXPEDITIONS GO?

Here are a few examples of travel opportunities available on Earthwatch Student Group Expeditions:

  • Step aboard a riverboat on the Peruvian Amazon to help conserve pink river dolphins, giant river otters, monkeys, turtles, and macaws
  • Take a hike in South Africa to study hyenas and other scavengers to document the threats they face and help find ways to protect them
  • Explore the clear waters off the coast of Belize to help establish protected areas for sharks along the magnificent Mesoamerican Reef

LET US HELP YOU RECRUIT YOUR STUDENTS

We've provided all the materials you'll need to recruit and present your expedition plans to students and parents, as well as tools to promote signups.



STUDENT GROUP EXPEDITIONS


SHARK CONSERVATION IN BELIZE

How can we keep shark populations strong?


MAMMALS OF NOVA SCOTIA

How are humans reshaping the wild lands around us, and what will the consequences be?


ORIGINS OF ANGKOR

Join an archaeological dig in the Thailand and explore the origins of the ancient Khmer Empire.