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Outreach Programs

Invite us to your classroom! Let a dynamic staff member from the Alaska SeaLife Center come to your classroom and present fun, hands-on programs designed to get kids interested in the ocean world around them.  We offer a variety of unique learning experiences for youth in grades K through 12, all of which are sure to keep kids excited about science! 

Outreach Programs are available year-round and must be booked at least 30 days in advance.

To register for an Outreach Program, download the registration form and return it via e-mail or fax.


Same location, same day (Maximum of 30 students per session)
1st session
2nd session
3rd session
Any additional sessions
PLUS, TRAVEL FEES: In addition, mileage costs are added for travel outside of Seward. Please contact us for details. Travel costs become more cost effective when multiple sessions are booked together.



Grade Levels


Beaks, Bubbles, & Burrows K-5 Discover the many unique adaptations that allow Alaska's beautiful diving seabirds to master both sea and sky.
Marine Mammal Adaptations


How are marine mammals able to live in Alaska's cold waters? Understand these animals better with our hands-on activities!



What mysterious animals inhabit the ocean's depths? Investigate the bizarre adaptations of light-producers in the midnight zone.



Get your hands into a "head-footed" animal as we learn more about cephalopods through dissection and discussion!

Scientists in Action: Creek Canaries 6-8 Learn to identify macroinvertebrates as we discuss their critical role in assessing healthy salmon streams.

Unwelcome Guests: Aliens & Invaders

7-12 Distinguish between native, alien, and invasive species. Explore the impacts invasive species have on local ecosystems and discuss solutions, then design your own invader!
Scientists in Action: Veterinarian


How do vets care for stranded or injured marine animals? Get an insider's view of the Alaska SeaLife Center's rehabilitation program.

The Scoop on Poop


Why are the Steller sea lions disappearing? Analyze the scat of these endangered animals to search for clues regarding their dramatic decline.

If you have any questions about our Outreach Programs, please e-mail us at or call (907) 224-7900.


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