Programs, Classes, & Activities at Endicott

Education Programs

Education Programs 

School Program Catalog

There's so much to explore at Endicott Wildlife Sanctuary! We offer programs for teachers and students in first grade through graduate school—including our one-of-a-kind Salt Marsh Science Project. We also offer community service and stewardship activities for all ages. 

School group at Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary

Ignite the joy of learning with your students through educational experiences supported by Endicott's educators and scientists. We offer programs for first grade through graduate school! Sample program topics include: Seaside Scavenger Hunt, Rising Sea Levels, Intertidal Invasives, Salt Marsh Science, and Tide Pools. Learn More >

Nature Preschool Boy Studying Flower 320

Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary's nature preschool for 3-5 year olds features a nature-based, emergent curriculum which promotes language, math, and social development. Choose from two, three, or five-day options. Learn More >

Professional Development for Teachers

Professional Development for Teachers

MITS 2017 Summer PD Institute at Endicott © MITS
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Take advantage of professional development opportunities for teachers ranging from half-day workshops to graduate-level courses. All experiences are designed for active participation and practical application in the classroom. Workshops can be held at the sanctuary, your school, and/or in the field. Endicott is a DOE-approved PDP provider. Learn More >

Teacher Curriculum Resources

Teacher Curriculum Resources

Looking at eggs from a vernal pool

We've developed extensive online curriculum materials for teachers that connect student learning with authentic scientific experiences. Topics include invasive species threatening our wetlands and ongoing research on striped bass in Plum Island Sound. Funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Learn More >

Community Service & Internships

Community Service & Internships

Removing invasive purple loosestrife

Many classrooms, groups, and individuals help improve our natural world while earning community service credits or internship hours. Individuals, classes, or stewardship teams may help with projects relating to climate change or invasive species. Find Volunteer Opportunities >