Conservation Leadership in Action Week (CLAW)
A new opportunity for high school students! Spend a week with scientists from the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute and learn how to save animals in your own backyard and around the globe. During the week, we will explore our rivers, start conservation projects, and learn from conservation leaders in our community. >> Learn more
Learn about freshwater fish conservation and recirculation systems for conservation aquaculture in this paid assistantship with freshwater biologists from the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute. In addition to providing daily care for endangered species that we rear for reintroduction projects, interns help us with freshwater conservation projects in both the field and the lab. The internship starts in late May, and interns will work at least 10 weeks, including some weekends. Applications are due by February 28, 2015 with interviews to follow. >> Download your application here
Read our online magazine to learn about ways we’re trying to live green at the Aquarium. Many are methods you can adopt, too! Download the Go Green pdf to learn more.
Your donations ensure continued growth for our conservation and research efforts. Our many programs would not be possible without the support of our partners, donors, and Aquarium members. We appreciate the many ways you are helping us conserve native aquatic animals and their habitats. >> Make a donation