Teens4Oceans (T4O) is a nonprofit that empowers youth to be ocean stewards through experiential education, research, technology and conservation. Inspired by ocean science, teens work together to share their passion with their community, explore the ocean in various ways and exchange ideas for how to take action to protect it.
Teens4Oceans supports research through strong student-researcher mentorships.
Through every step of a project—from writing a project proposal to fundraising to collecting data and communicating with films, blogging and presentations—students find ways to get involved and make a difference.
Explore showcases individuals who have dedicated their lives to improving the human condition. We believe they are true heroes, and hope that others will benefit from learning about their work through our films and photography and connecting with them through our minds.
Explore archives non-profit work from all over the world, demystifying foreign people and places in order to show the common humanity we all share.TO INSPIRE LIFELONG LEARNING
Explore is for everyone who enjoys learning new things and understands that education is a lifelong pursuit. To that end, explore provides a variety of educational resources — from articles to films and photographs to interactive maps — to encourage everyone to “never stop learning.” We like to think of ourselves as Sesame Street for adults.
Ocean Frontiers at Compass Point
Ocean Frontiers Dive Shop is located at Compass Point Dive Resort on the East End of Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands offering scuba diving boat trips, diver certification classes and introduction beginner dive classes. Ocean Frontiers also offers complete dive vacation packages with accommodations, diving and a car rental.
Ocean Frontiers, headed by Stephen Broadbelt, has been an amazing partner and the Collaborative projects surrounding this stunning live feed continue to grow.
Watch live video from the reef. For those who just can’t get enough, here is your lens in to the underwater world of the Cayman Islands. The reef cam is located less than 1km from Ocean Frontiers dive boat dock, inside our protected lagoon. The reef cam video is only visible during daylight hours as this is a true live feed. A high speed internet connection of 5MB or higher is recommended. (A Teens4oceans Project).