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  Teacher Summer Workshops
In collaboration of the American Meteorological Society (AMS), the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the US Naval Academy and the Canadian National Committee/Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (CNC/SCOR) , CMOS offers two summer workshops for teachers from Kingergarten to Grade 12. One workshop is in Atmospheric Sciences, the other is in Oceanographic Sciences.  

All expenses are paid for the workshops. A travel subsidy is also included.

Information about each workshop, including how to submit applications, can be found by clicking below.
Atmospheric Workshop - Deadline: March 15
Project Atmosphere
Oceanographic Workshop - Deadline: March 15
Project Maury
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  Project Atmosphere
For many years, CMOS has been invited to select a Canadian teacher to participate on  Project Atmosphere

This is a summer workshop for pre-college teachers of atmospheric science topics sponsored by the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the United States. Presentations at the Workshop are made by some of the most respected American scientists in the fields of atmospheric and oceanographic sciences. Participants have returned with material, resources and teaching modules readily adaptable to classroom presentations.

The workshop is divided between an on-line distance learning component (in July 2019) and a one-week in-residence component. The in-residence portion of the workshop is to be held at the National Weather Service Training Center, Kansas City, Missouri,  from 28 July to 3 August 2019.

There are only 24 teachers selected each year, with only 1 from Canada.
The essential expenses for the selected teacher are all paid by AMS, NOAA and CMOS.

Because this does not include the travel to and from Kansas City, CMOS also provides a travel subsidy to the selected Canadian participant. 

Previous Canadian participants found their attendance a very rewarding and significant experience.

History of Project Atmosphere
Canadian teachers started attending the workshops in 1994.  
How to apply     
  Interested teachers from kindergaten to high school should download   this application form   and email or mail the filled out form as soon as possible to be received no later than 15 March  to:

     CMOS Project Atmosphere Workshop 
     P. O. Box 3211 Station D Ottawa ON 
     K1P 6H7
     e-mail:  awards-coord@cmos.ca

It is to be noted that the successful candidate must agree to give two presentations to in-service teachers or other community groups in the following school year and to also provide CMOS with a short report on his/her experience at the workshop and a short report on the two presentations carried out during the school year.