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Launch your marine or coastal career with Sea Grant.

Sea Grant is committed to developing a skilled marine and coastal workforce by providing job-based training, internships, fellowships and research funding to undergraduate and graduate students. Additionally, Sea Grant employs over 1,500 full and part-time faculty and staff. 

Current Job Openings

Delaware Sea Grant 
Digital Communications Specialist, open until filled, review begins January 31, 2019

Georgia Sea Grant
Public Relations Specialist, open until filled

Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant
Aquaculture Marketing Extension Specialist, open until filled

Lake Champlain Sea Grant
Research Specialist, open until filled

Maryland Sea Grant
Assistant Director for Communications and Engagement, review of applications begins November 5, 2018 
Science Writer/Editor, review of applications begins March 11, 2019



Ohio Sea Grant
Assistant Director of Stone Lab, due by June 16, 2019

Oregon Sea Grant
Assistant Professor of Practice: Extension Aquaculturist, due by July 10/2019

New Jersey Sea Grant
Part-Time Field Instructors, open until filled

New York Sea Grant
Extension Associate/Senior Extension Associate, due by July 7, 2019

South Carolina Sea Grant

Coastal Economics Program Specialist, open until filled, announcement updated February 2019
Living Marine Resources Program Specialist, open until filled, application review begins June 24, 2019

Texas Sea Grant 
Senior Associate Director, open until filled

Student Opportunities

Sea Grant supports hundreds of graduate and undergraduate students each year through fellowships, internships, and scholarships. Learn more on our students page. 

Science Serving America's Coasts

National Sea Grant College Program
1315 East-West Highway | Silver Spring, MD 20910 | 301.734.1066
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