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In the fall of 2006, Save The Bay and the MET School began a unique collaboration. Part of the MET school philosophy is that school-based learning should be blended with outside experiences -- an idea that fits well with Save The Bay’s education mission. Save The Bay and the MET have created a marine science immersion program for their 9th and 10th grade students to develop a greater understanding of Rhode Island’s largest natural resource, Narragansett Bay. Students engage in the process of science inquiry to study Narragansett Bay through a series of interactive, hands on, outdoor experiences and are introduced to career tracks related to that resource. Students engage in the process of science inquiry to study Narragansett Bay through a series of interactive, hands on, outdoor experiences and are introduced to career tracks related to that resource.

Whether they are onboard our floating classroom , along Rhode Island’s coastline, or throughout our Bay Center  students are given the tools to explore, discover, and learn about Narragansett Bay. As a result of the MET’s distinctive Learning Through Internship Program students are able to apply for intern positions within the organization.

If you would like more information on partnering with Save The Bay through our Bay Schools Initiative, please contact Bridget Kubis-Prescott at 401-272-3540, x137 or bkubis@savebay.org

 
 
 
 
 
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