The Institute of Arctic Studies offers programs that expand the understanding of polar science by engaging with secondary students and teachers.
The ONLINE STUDENT APPLICATION for JSEP 2016 and JASE 2017 is now open until January 31, 2016. Students can apply for one or both programs using the same application (see eligibility requirements for JSEP and JASE).
We are not accepting applications from teachers at this time.
JOINT SCIENCE EDUCATION PROGRAM
The Joint Science Education Program (JSEP) is a program supported by the National Science Foundation that brings together high school students from the U.S., Greenland and Denmark to student polar science through hands-on field activities in Greenland.
2015 JSEP group
JOINT ANTARCTIC SCHOOL EXPEDITION
The Joint Antarctic School Expedition (JASE) is a program run by the Chilean Antarctic Institute and supported by the National Science Foundation to educate Chilean and U.S. high school students in polar science through hands-on activities and field study in Antarctica.
King George Island Antarctica
Last updated: December 21, 2015