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EXPLORING CAREER PATHWAYS

VOYAGE I - CLIMATE CHANGE

High School Summer Adventures

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FOLLOW THE STEPS

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STEPS 5-8

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Summer fun in nature!

To gain more experience with activities relating to climate change, Maria and Ricardo decided to get involved in their community over the summer break. They both want to learn firsthand about repairing environmental damages. Their Earth Science teacher shared some ideas. Explore the steps in this and log your findings as indicated.

Pathway 2 - STEP#5 - (re)SEARCH

(re)SEARCH

Do a little research...

Use your Internet's search engine to find programs in your community, county or city that relate to pollution cleanup or ways to improve the environment. Inquire how you can get involved.

 

Make a list of resources and

add to your QLV Journal.

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Pathway 2 - STEP#6 - TAKE ACTION

take

  ACTION

Explore activities at New York State Parks & Trails. Check out these activities:  Canal Clean Sweep and I love My Park Day. Consider volunteering to help maintain part of the Canalway Trail.

 

Maria and Ricardo would like to know what other opportunities you found interesting?

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Pathway 2 - STEP#7 - NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUMS

Protecting Wild Life in Climate Change

Natural History

One way to learn more about climate change, and its influence on the inhabitants of the planet, is visiting a natural history museum.

 

Maria's parents suggested she and Ricardo visit the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan. It has a fascinating exhibit on climate change.

Whether you visit in person or explore the AMNH articles and blogs, you will discover a wealth of insight about Climate Change.

Journal your discoveries. Has your findings increased your desire to learn and do more?

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Oceans &

Sea Life

Ricardo and a few school mates signed up to a STEM camp through one of the local colleges. The first outing will be at the Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead. Exploring aquariums are a great way to see how climate change affects our oceans and its inhabitants.

The Long Island Sound Study is looking into volunteers to help protect the sound. Explore opportunities to protect the ocean and sea life then log what you learned.

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PROTECT THE OCEANS, PLEASE!

Pathway 2 - STEP#8 - OCEANS & SEA LIFE AQUARIUMS