$45 per student.
Scholarships available, apply during registration. More information on Access to Awe Scholarships can be found here.
Young Scientists: Exhibit Engineers is a multi-contact standards-based program that introduces students to exhibit design through inquiry-based learning. This adaptation focused program guides students to develop ideal immersion animal enclosures, using many of the methods that engineers and field biologists use with a hands-on, real-life application. By directly observing and understanding animal behavior and adaptation, students put their classroom skills to use in meaningful ways while learning the engineering design process.
This program includes three in-school lessons led by Denver Zoo staff covering exhibit design and animal adaptations as well as a guided field trip at Denver Zoo.
Compliance with the chaperone policy is required to remain eligible for the discounted school group rates.
Any education program(s) that need to be changed after being scheduled are subject to the following fees:
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel or reschedule a program at least two weeks prior to your scheduled visit. We cannot guarantee rescheduling will be possible.