The deadline to apply for the Arctic 2019 expedition is less than 2 weeks away!
From July 23rd to August 7th join more than 100 students from around the world on the journey of a lifetime exploring the Canadian High Arctic and Western Greenland with a team of Indigenous and non Indigenous scientists, artists, musicians, historians and visionary leaders.

To learn more about the expedition check out our Arctic 2019 expedition page.

The Students on Ice (SOI) Foundation is internationally recognized as a leader in polar education. We believe in the power of connecting youth to nature and fostering positive change that contributes to healthy ecosystems, thriving communities and engaged youth around the world

Ocean Wise: We are all connected to the ocean, let’s be Ocean Wise! Our mission is to inspire the global community to be Ocean Wise by increasing its understanding, wonder and appreciation of our oceans. We have combined our passion, research and expertise on the ocean to bring the following resources right to your classrooms. For elementary, middle and high school teachers!
Link: Online Ocean Literacy Courses for students and educators!
Link: Ocean Plastics Education and toolkit!

MapWorks Learning: For those interested in continuing your conversations around Climate Change and connecting your classroom to other classrooms, our partner, MapWorks Learning, has invited classrooms participating in the Weddell Sea Expedition to Join Narrative Atlas. Narrative Atlas is an online community focused on global competencies, digital literacy and reaching the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. CLICK to LEARN MORE.

If you are interested in collaborating with participating classrooms, please email with the subject: Narrative Atlas.

Disappearing Ice: Disappearing Ice is an online educational portal for teachers and students to learn about Arctic issues and Climate Change with stories from the Arctic, teaching resources, and steps for students to take action in their communities. Disappearing Ice explores the Canadian Arctic and Greenland through video interviews with people working in the north.

Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research: The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) is an inter-disciplinary committee of the International Science Council (ISC), and was created in 1958. SCAR is charged with initiating, developing and coordinating high quality international scientific research in the Antarctic region (including the Southern Ocean), and on the role of the Antarctic region in the Earth system. SCAR provides objective and independent scientific advice to the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings and other organizations such as the UNFCCC and IPCC on issues of science and conservation affecting the management of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean and on the role of the Antarctic region in the Earth system.

Scott Polar Research Institute: The Scott Polar Research Institute, established in 1920 as part of the University of Cambridge is a centre of excellence in the study of the Arctic and Antarctic. Research covers both the natural and social sciences and is often interdisciplinary. The Institute also houses the World’s premier Polar Library, extensive archival, photographic and object collections of international importance on the history of polar exploration, and a Polar Museum with displays of both the history and contemporary significance of the Arctic and Antarctic and their surrounding seas.

OceansWide: OceansWide offers adventures in education and research to students through ocean exploration and awareness. Our primary focus is to offer students, adults and families the ability to learn more about the ocean through the use of Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs, better described as remotely operated unmanned submersibles) and SCUBA to explore and research the vast world beneath the waves. Learn more about OceansWide at our homepage and about our camps and school programs, which offer many ways to engage in ocean and outdoor adventures.