science students to participate in field expeditions studying coastal resiliency at Sunset Lake. Summer SeaCamp marked another successful year. Weekly sessions, open to pre-k through high school campers, introduced wildlife rescue to camp programming and, for the first time, held a STEM research camp for high school students. Thirty percent—224 campers—were able to attend SeaCamp through camp scholarships generously provided by Coastal Bend Community Foundation, Navy Army Community Credit Union, Prichard Family Foundation, Valero Energy Foundation, and individual donors. Together, these initiatives helped develop a new generation of dedicated scientists, conservationists and STEM professionals with the knowledge and passion to make a difference in the world.
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