Abandoned Vessels and Clean Marine Project
Find out more about this NOAA supported marine debris initiative in Charleston County that includes both the removal of abandoned vessels and Clean Marine Disposal Events that target unwanted boating and fishing gear.
Programs for Teachers and Students
Find out information on standards-based programs such as "From Seeds to Shoreline" and upcoming teacher professional development opportunities.
FREE Coastal Enviroscape© Model Loaner and Classroom Demonstration Program
Check out the Coastal Enviroscape© Model for FREE to use with your students, or request a FREE classroom visit by one of our education staff members! The Coastal Enviroscape© Model is a hands-on tool designed to teach about watersheds, estuaries and pollution.
Exploring Plate Tectonics: A Hands-On Approach (External Link)
Plate Tectonic lessons created by Leslie Sautter, PhD of the College of Charleston Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences contain student worksheets and teacher resources.
COSEE SouthEast (External Link)
Regional center serving NC, SC, and GA that facilitates collaborations between ocean scientists and educators.
Coastal Heritage Curriculum Connection
Curriculum Connection links topics found within the current issue of Coastal Heritage to South Carolina classroom instruction.
Beach Sweep / River Sweep
South Carolina's largest one-day litter clean-up event involves thousands of volunteers. Learn how you can participate and make a difference.
Community-Based Oyster Restoration (External Link)
Sea Grant is a partner in this initiative that involves citizens and community groups in oyster restoration.
Available Fellowships, Internships
Find out about student fellowship opportunities available through Sea Grant, including the Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, the Industrial Fellowship, and Fisheries Internship programs.
Sea Grant's education programs are part of state, regional, and nationwide marine education networks. Find out more about the organizations and programs here.
Curriculum Connection – Spring 2016