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Berkeley Lab Educational Visits (BLEV)

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Academic Level:
High School Students
K-12 Educators


Berkeley Lab Educational Visits are 1 - 2 hour programs that usually include:

•a general introduction to the Lab

•an appropriate hands-on activity

•a facility tour linked to subject matter

View a sample agenda online for these areas:



•Environmental Sciences


•Students grades 6-12 and teachers from schools in the San Francisco Bay Area.

•Students and faculty at community colleges or universities

•One adult chaperone required for each eight students

•Class or group size limited to 32 students and 4 chaperones

Requesting a Visit:

•We have a limited number of visits per year, so register as soon as possible.

•Visits available from 1 October through 31 July.

•Visit requests must be submitted 30 days prior to visit dates.

•K - 12 visits are offered on Fridays only. All other group visits are offered M-F based on availability.

•Visits are cost-free.

Participating Institution(s):
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Lead)

Program Materials:
 • Program Website 
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This program is funded by:
U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE)

Page last updated 1/21/2017
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