The JASON Project and its Immersion Learning Program are sponsoring three exciting contests for kids and young adults in 2012:
  • "Wrecks of the World" Art Contest (grades K-12)
  • Goldfish Training Contest (grades 4-8)
  • JASON/Immersion Carbonrally Contest (grades K-12)
Read more about each contest below, and find complete details on the JASON Contests webpage.

"Wrecks of the World" Art Contest
Calling all artists in grades K-12! You are invited to participate in an international art contest sponsored by The JASON Project, Immersion Learning and the North American Marine Environmental Protection Association (NAMEPA). The theme of the contest is "Wrecks of the World," and entries are due by March 1, 2012.

Learn more and join the art contest! (note that artwork will not be accepted for upload until January 2012)

  
Goldfish Training Contest
Goldfish Training
Do your youth have what it takes to be a marine mammal trainer? Our third annual goldfish training contest invites kids in grades 4-8 to show off their skills by training a goldfish to perform a unique behavior. Entrants must videotape that behavior--and their training process--and submit it to The JASON Project by March 15, 2012. A grand-prize winner will be selected to join a beluga trainer at Mystic Aquarium for a day in the summer of 2012.

Learn more and join the goldfish training contest! (note that videos will not be accepted for upload until January 2012)

JASON/Immersion Carbonrally Contest
Compete against JASON and Immersion Carbonrally teams from around the world to see who can reduce their carbon footprint the most. A Carbonrally team can be a class of students (grades K-12), an after-school science club, or any other group of kids who want to make a difference and compete for some cool prizes in the process. The contest began on December 1, 2011, and runs through May 1, 2012. The earlier you join, the better chance you have of winning, so get started today!