The printable resources below can be used to let others know about Sea Grant's student opportunities. Ask your mentor, academic advisor, or education coordinator in your school's marine science department to find out how you can get engaged in your local Sea Grant program's careers and opportunities.
Sea Grant Undergraduate Opportunities (8.5 x 11 inch printable PDF)
Sea Grant Undergraduate Opportunities Poster (22 x 33 inch Printable PDF)
Colleges may request that a printed copy of this poster be mailed to them by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sea Grant Graduate Education (8.5 x 11 inch printable PDF)
Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship overview with instructions on how to apply (8.5 x 11 inch printable PDF)
NMFS-Sea Grant Graduate Fellowship overview (population and ecosystem dynamics, marine resource economics) with instructions on how to apply (8.5 x 11 inch printable PDF)
Additional opportunities for launching your marine and coastal career
Florida Sea Grant posts a weekly job/internship roundup of marine and coastal jobs around the nation every Wednesday on their Facebook page.
MarineCareers.net: Marinecareers.net will introduce you to a wide range of marine career fields and to people working in those fields.
NOAA Opportunities: Find information about educational opportunities that are available throughout NOAA.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: WHOI offers a wide range of programs and opportunities for students and young scientists at all stages of their development.
NOAA Living Marine Resources Cooperative Science Center (LMRCSC): LMRCSC trains and graduates students from underrepresented communities in marine science for careers in research, management, and public policy that support the sustainable harvest and conservation of our nation's living marine resources.
Undergraduate Student Pathways: Programs and professional development resources for current and prospective undergraduate students: research experiences for undergraduates (REU), scholarships, and travel and research opportunities.
Graduate Student Pathways: Programs and resources for prospective and current STEM graduate students -- including funding opportunities and professional development programs and resources.
OceanCareers.com: Current information on career opportunities, the knowledge and skills required to enter these careers, where students can gain the necessary education, employers who hire people to work in these careers, and more.
University of Georgia Diversity Recruitment Event (February 28 - March 2, 2019): The purpose of the Diversity Recruitment Event is to create opportunities for participants to 1) interact with potential graduate advisors and graduate students before submitting an application to graduate school and, 2) learn more about applying for graduate school and fellowship programs. Participants will have the opportunity to network with faculty and graduate students and participate in workshops devoted to learning successful tips in applying to graduate school, contacting potential mentors, and preparing applications for fellowship programs, including the NSF GRFP and the Ford Predoctoral Fellowship. Selected applicants will receive funding to support travel costs and will be housed with current UGA graduate students. Meals will be provided.