The Fleet Science Center will be closed on Monday, December 25.
Support a Program
Thank you for your interest in supporting our programs and projects. Your gift can ignite a student’s curiosity and passion for science and technology. Some programs and projects that you can support include:
Sponsor a Field Trip - $50 and up
You can make it possible for 10 students who otherwise would not have the opportunity to visit the Fleet for hands-on science education and exploration. A field trip may include seeing a documentary or a planetarium show in the Heikoff Giant Dome Theater and access to our exciting exhibit galleries.
Provide Science Workshops - $100 and up
Your gift provides 15 students with open-ended scientific experiments on a wide range of topics. Visiting students will discover and learn through experimenting in a real way that relates the hands-on activities to their specific grade-level curriculum.
Sponsor a Science-Themed Field Trip - $200 and up
You can make a school trip possible for a class that otherwise would not have the opportunity to visit the Fleet for hands-on science education and exploration. A field trip may include seeing a documentary or a planetarium show in the Heikoff Giant Dome Theater and access to our exciting exhibit galleries.
Fleet Inquiry Institute Workshop - $500 and up
Provide an interactive learning experience that keeps on giving. Your gift will make it possible for 30 local educators to receive quality professional development in hands-on, inquiry-based science learning and teaching. Teachers will take new science-based skills directly back to their classroom where students will directly benefit.
Sponsor a Science Day at a Local School - $800 and up
Provide a Science Day to a local school that brings Investigation Stations for students to sample science activities, demonstrations and interactive presentations. Create a festival atmosphere for a school where science fun is the rule of the day. This unique experience provides an alternative to transportation challenges that many schools face.