What is the Ocean Guardian Dive Club?
The Ocean Guardian Dive Club is a youth dive education program designed to strengthen youth involvement in diving and ocean conservation. Using real National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) students ages 8-12 learn how they can become ocean stewards while participating in a multi-day classroom program using NOAA marine science content and learn basic science scuba diving concepts in the pool.
What do students learn?
What is the stewardship project?
The Ocean Guardian Stewardship Project is a stewardship activity or project that Ocean Guardian Dive Club partners implement as a way to create a positive environmental change in their community. Ocean Guardian Dive Club students, partner organization staff, and other community members are encouraged to attend. For instance this may be a beach or watershed cleanup or a campaign to reduce ocean pollution. Learn more about the impacts of Ocean Guardian School Stewardship Projects .