We are currently recruiting teens for the Museum's summer teen program, the Junior Docents. This program is a unique opportunity for 7th-12th graders to not only learn about science in a hands-on way, but to develop leadership, communication and job skills in a community of geeky and nerdy peers.
The Sandia Mountain Natural History Center is an Environmental Education Center owned by Albuquerque Public Schools and run by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. Each year the SMNHC teaches about 17,000 students, teachers and parents about the interconnectedness of nature through a series of fun, exciting and educational programs. For more information on the SMNHC and its programs please visit our website at nmnaturalhistory.org/smnhc or find us on Facebook.