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A Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience for Educators!

Published January 22, 2013

National Aquarium's Education Department has announced a new workshop adventure, Costa Rica: Showcase of Conservation!

Join our Director of Education at the National Aquarium in Washington, DC, Bill Simpkins, for a 9-day excursion (July 9-18, 2013) as he transforms the vibrant and diverse ecosystems of this Central American treasure into a classroom.

Educators will get to know many of the country's native species, including the squirrel monkey!

Educators will get to know many of the country's native species, including the squirrel monkey!

Each educator on the tour will receive a certificate of completion for the hours spent in “classroom” activities for verification and credit, if accepted by their school. Non-educators interested in joining the group are also welcome!

Workshop highlights include:

This could be YOU!

This could be YOU!

To learn more about this workshop and how to reserve your spot, click hereSpace is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

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