CLAW summer camp

Conservation Leadership in Action Week (CLAW)

Dig your claws in for an intensive, week-long overnight summer camp with scientists from the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute. We will explore the many ways we interact with the environment through our rivers and streams. We will paddle, hike, and snorkel, to learn more about the watery world and animals that live around us. Students who complete camp will have access to TNACI scientists as resources for future projects so they can continue their development as a water conservation hero. Spots are limited and competitive.  Open to rising 10th-12th graders.

CLAW will take place during July 20 -26, 2014. Students will live in the dorms at Baylor School and use their classrooms as a base for our activities. The total cost is $750. Full and partial scholarships are available for those in need of assistance. 

To apply:

Complete this application form and have an adult who is not related to you (like a teacher, scout leader, supervisor, or minister) fill out this recommendation form

Application and recommendation forms will be accepted until April 1, 2014. 


Mail forms to:

Anna George
Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute
201 Chestnut Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

Or e-mail to:
teencamp@tnaqua.org