T4O Student Chapters are a fun and exciting way to work together with friends, meet new people and build a fun, ocean-loving community that takes action for our ocean. Start your own local T4O Student Chapter and explore a variety of ocean topics, activities and ways to take action. Please contact us at email@example.com if you need assistance in starting a T4O chapter at your school, with a group of friends, or on your own!
Teens4Oceans currently has Student Chapters at Kent Denver School in Denver, Colorado, and Monarch High School in Boulder, Colorado. T4O also coordinates with students and teachers across the country.
Kent Denver Chapter
Founded in 2008, Kent Denver is T4O’s flagship chapter. Kent T4O students have helped design, patent, and install underwater webcams, dived with scientists tagging bull sharks, traveled to Washington DC to participate in World Ocean Day, and much more. Teens4Oceans hopes to extend these types of experiences to as many students as possible.
Kent Student Advisory Board
Erin Henston, Public Awareness Coordinator
Jason Brody, Expedition Coordinator
Andrew Thompson, Workshop-on-Wheels Outreach Coordinator
Victoria Clark, SCUBA Certification Coordinator
Parker Lindsay, Educational Outreach Coordinator
T4O’s newest chapter is located at Monarch High School in Boulder, Colorado. Monarch students will have the opportunity to become scuba certified, participate in engineering events, and join Kent students in trips and other activities.
Courtney Mason, College Liason and Pinterest Coordinator