The DCP Dolphin Research Trainees (aka DRTs)

The DRT program is offered to 6th, 7th & 8th grade students from a single school or a school district. The format follows an informal science education program with classes occurring once per week for 12 weeks during an autumn or spring semester. Students learn about dolphin biology and scientific studies as well as the culture, history, geography and other details of one of DCP’s four field site locations. The class culminates in an optional week-long field program with students accompanying a DCP researcher to the field site discussed during the program. Spring 2009 - DRT program

Future DRT programs

DCP is open to planning DRT programs for the spring or fall academic semesters. If you want to join a DRT class or offer one through your school, please contact DCP – see the contact page for details.

DRT program information and student application are available for download below. If you are a middle school student or parent and want to join a DRT program, talk with your teacher or contact DCP.

We look forward to seeing you in a DRT class soon!

2011 DCP DRT Program Application

Looking for your school’s syllabus? Head to your school’s page: Wallingford Middle Schools, click here OR Pine Point School click here.

Past Programs:

DCP DRT Program: Focus Bimini, Bahamas

DCP DRT Program: Focus Roatan, Honduras

Visit the DCP contact page for more information on contacting DCP to learn about program availability and scheduling of future DRT programs.