To engage students in real, current, ongoing environmental research.

We engage students through a mentoring partnership with University researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, and public and private sector businesses, thus providing a profound understanding of both the scientific and engineering processes (STEM). Our expeditions use cultural, place-based research projects to create meaningful outdoor experiences, increasing the interest of Tahitiʻs youth to pursue pathways in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).