The Students Intergenerational cohorts of high school, undergraduate, and graduate students will explore and investigate the changing Arctic environment.

Early career scientists at the Inner Space Center.
Early Career Scientists in the Inner Space Center.

Two cohorts, each consisting of 18 students (six high school students, nine undergraduate students, and three graduate students) will each sail for 2.5-week legs of the Northwest Passage Project. They will receive science content instruction as the ship is underway, gain navigation and sailing skills, work alongside ocean scientists as they conduct Arctic research, and contribute to live broadcasts from the sea.

The first cohort of 18 students will sail from Pond Inlet in Nunavut. This first leg will end in Resolute Bay, where the students sailing on leg two will depart. Leg two will end in Cambridge Bay.

Learn more about NPP students by reading their stories.