In order to become part of NOAA’s Teacher at Sea Alumni Association, you
must successfully complete a Teacher at Sea research cruise and fulfill all of the
Members of the NOAA Teacher at Sea Alumni Association receive: opportunities to
participate in other NOAA research projects, information about grants and
partnerships, invitations to participate in NOAA education events,
classroom materials, invitations to attend regional workshops
and conferences, and the potential to participate in another Teacher at Sea research cruise.
Take a look at what some of our Alumni has to say about their participation
in the TAS Alumni Association!
Teacher at Sea Alumni Jennifer Goldner with NOAA Scientist Kristin Hannan and Trey Driggers
"We are proud to announce the publication of our A-Z Shark Coloring Book by NOAA Teacher at Sea! Director Hammond was so impressed with it that she printed the coloring book.”
--Jennifer Daftari (TAS, 2011)
Teacher at Sea Alumni at NSTA in Indianapolis
"Being part of the NOAA booth experience keeps me up to date with the latest materials available. Talking with other teachers from around the country and world gives me a better perspective of how everything relates to each other.”
-- Mary Patterson (TAS, 2009)
New England Alumni meet in Woods Hole, MA for a TAS Alumni Professional Development Workshop
“We were able to build relationships with scientists, NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center employees and each other. Another fantastic workshop!
--Stacey Klimkosky (TAS, 2009)
Lynnette Swiger, NOAA Teacher at Sea Alumna, and Dave Withrow, NOAA Scientist, Communicate Through Webinar
"This kind of experience that NOAA Teacher at Sea provides is really good for teachers and students."
-- Lynnette Swiger (TAS, 2008)