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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

Georgia Sea Grant
Coastal Tourism Specialist, application review begins October 15, 2022
Marine Educator and Public Program Coordinator, application review begins July 15, 2023

Hawaiʻi Sea Grant
Research Assistants for Puʻuloa Environmental Justice Mapping Project (Graduate/Undergraduate), open until filled

Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant
Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Specialist, apply by June 4, 2023
Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Specialist, apply by June 13, 2023

Maryland Sea Grant
Aquaculture Projects and National Extension Coordinator, application review begins February 13, 2023

New Hampshire Sea Grant
Postdoctoral Associate in Aquaculture Research and Extension, application review begins May 1, 2023
Program Support Assistant, application review begins June 12, 2023

New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium
Field Instructor, open until filled

New York Sea Grant
Great Lakes Tourism Specialist, apply by June 11, 2023
Water Quality Extension Professional, apply by June 15, 2023

Ohio Sea Grant
Stone Lab Dining & Residence Lead, open until filled

South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium
Clean Marina Program Graduate Internship, application review begins March 10, 2023

Virginia Sea Grant
Coastal Adaptation & Resilience Design Post-Grad, application review begins June 1, 2023

Student Opportunities

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

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