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Launch your marine or coastal career with Sea Grant.

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Current Job Openings

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. 

California Sea Grant

Aquaculture Extension Specialist, application review begins April 1, 2024

Florida Sea Grant

NW Regional Clean Boating Coordinator, applications due by May 20, 2024

SW Regional Clean Boating Coordinator, applications due by May 20, 2024

Georgia Sea Grant

Seafood Extension Specialist, application review begins January 6, 2024

Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant

Coastal Resilience Associate Research Scientist, applications due by February 23, 2024

Louisiana Sea Grant

Accounting Coordinator, open until filled

Maryland Sea Grant

Grants Management and Accounting Assistant, application review begins December 4, 2023

Minnesota Sea Grant

Fisheries & Aquaculture Extension Educator, application review begins May 31, 2024

New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium

Field Instructor, open until filled

Ohio Sea Grant
Rhode Island Sea Grant

Coastal Resilience Lead (Extension), applications review begins February 16, 2024

South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium

Extension Assistant, 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. 

Opportunities from partners

NOAA Office for Coastal Management

Physical Scientist (ZP-1301), applications due by March 11, 2024, or when 250 applications received

NOAA Fisheries

Fishery Resource Management Specialist (ZP-401), applications due by March 5, 2024, or when 300 applications received

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