Join the Roundhouse Aquarium Teaching Center as we educate ocean lovers of all ages during our Summer Science Sea Camp. The Roundhouse is a non-profit aquarium dedicated to spreading awareness about our oceans and its inhabitants. We will be hiring several interns to assist the aquarium directors and staff during our summer camp classes.
Service Learning Students (SLS) will gain experience facilitating hands-on ocean activities as well as helping plan the activities, work closely with the staff to learn the curriculum and discover the behind the scenes organization behind our summer camp activities. Teaching children and spending time in the sun while simultaneously expanding your knowledge and experience... What a productive and exciting way to spend your summer!
Learn more on our website and apply online: https://roundhouseaquarium.org/volunteer/service-learning-students/
SAFETY PROTOCOLS: Masks required (except when in the water) Social distancing Limit to 12 campers max per group Limited capacity while inside Regularly scheduled cleaning to disinfect surfaces Hand washing and hand sanitizing planned throughout the day
The specific and primary purposes are to foster and promote the public study of, and interest in, the oceans, tidelands and beaches of Southern California, the marine life therein, and the impact of human populations on that environment.
The Roundhouse Aquarium Teaching Center is a small aquarium run by Oceanographic Teaching Stations. The aquarium is a non-profit 501(c)(3) located at the end of the Manhattan Beach pier. The Roundhouse is a home to many native species to the Santa Monica Bay. It also is a Marine Science Education facility.