Sea, Science and Leadership Program (SSLP)

Registration for the Sea, Science, and Leadership Program 2020 will open on March 15, 2020 and remain open until July 1, 2020. More information will be posted as we get closer to the event on our Instagram (@massmaritimesslp) and Twitter (@mma_sslp).

The mission of the Sea, Science and Leadership Program (SSLP) at Massachusetts Maritime Academy is to provide high school students with interactive, educational workshops that build confidence, challenge decision-making skills that develop and strengthen leadership qualities. SSLP will immerse participants in the educational and regimental lifestyle of a cadet through hands-on workshops that include the use of ship-handling simulators, small boats, an emergency management control room, engineering labs, and the 540 ft. T.S. Kennedy (pending availability). SSLP will prepare participants for the college admissions process, build lifelong friendships, and educate participants on the career opportunities that Massachusetts Maritime Academy offers. 

The 2020 SSLP registration fee of $450.00 includes a three night stay on campus, all meals, and activities.

So what will you do all week? Here is a tentative glimpse at the start of your exciting adventure with SSLP:

Sunday, July 26, 2020

1600       Registration
1800       Ice Breaker Activity

 

Monday, July 27, 2020
0600       Fitness Fun with SSLP Staff
0700       Breakfast
0800       Morning Formation on the Parade Field
0830       Interactive workshops
1600      Evening activity   
 
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
0600       Fitness Fun with SSLP Staff
0700       Breakfast
0800       Morning Formation on the Parade Field
0830       Interactive workshops
1600       Evening activity
 
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
0600       Fitness Fun with SSLP Staff
0700       Breakfast
0800       Morning Formation on the Parade Field
0830       Group Challenges
1300-1400   SSLP Graduation Ceremony and Camp Closes for 2020!
 

Sea, Science and Leadership Program is an all inclusive environment and will not tolerate any acts of aggression, discrimination, or harassment towards participants, instructors, or staff.  Participants and their parents/guardians will be required to read and sign a code of conduct in order to take part in the program. This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health. Our background check, health care, discipline policies, and grievance procedures are available to parents/guardians of campers upon request.