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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

Alaska Sea Grant
Education Specialist, applications due by May 1, 2021

California Sea Grant
Monitoring Program Manager, applications due by April 26, 2021

Georgia Sea Grant
SERPPAS/DoD (Coastal Resilience) Liaison, applications due by April 30, 2021

Lake Champlain Sea Grant
Lake Monitoring and Community Outreach Coordinator, application review begins March 15, 2021

Michigan Sea Grant
Research Program Manager, applications due by April 30, 2021, application review begins April 12, 2021

Minnesota Sea Grant
Sea Grant Great Lakes Transport Extension Educator, application review begins March 29, 2021

 

 

New Hampshire Sea Grant
Program Support Assistant, application review begins April 15, 2021

Pennsylvania Sea Grant
Education Lead, open until filled
Coastal Outreach Specialists, open until filled 

Rhode Island Sea Grant
Director of Rhode Island Sea Grant, second application review begins December 17, 2020

South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium
Executive Assistant/Office Manager, application review begins February 1, 2021

Virginia Sea Grant
Marine Business Specialist, applications due by May 3, 2021

Woods Hole Sea Grant
Administrative Associate - Sea Grant Fiscal Officer, 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. 

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