MASNA Scholarship for Undergraduates

The Marine Aquarium Societies of North America offers the MASNA Scholarship, a $2500 scholarship for a full-time undergraduate who will be seeking a degree in a marine science field.  Visit the Scholarship Page on the MASNA website to download the application. Deadline to apply is  July 1, 2010.

Job Opportunity: House Leader Position, Massachusetts

Sea Education Association (www.sea.edu) is providing summer academic programs for high school students where students live on SEA’s Woods Hole campus, study oceanography, nautical science and maritime studies, and then sail and do oceanographic research.  Students experience a rigorous schedule of lecture, labs and field activities like piloting and a trip to the salt marsh while on shore. There is one House Leader position is open for Science At Sea I (July 20-Aug 4) program.  Duties include resident assistant type roles like facilitating wake-ups, cooking, student support and inspiration as well as teaching assistant responsibilities like attending lecture, co-leading labs, classroom preparation and student homework support.  Experience and/or interest working as a team and building a supportive community is important.

Submit a resume and cover letter by June 11, 2010 to Brenda Cetrulo, Science at Sea Program Director at brendacetrulo@gmail.com. For more information, see http://www.sea.edu/aboutsea/employment.aspx or contact Brenda Cetrulo at brendacetrulo@gmail.com.  You must be 21 years of age at time of the course to apply.

Job Opportunity: Education Technician, Massachusetts

Boston Harbor Islands is recruiting an Education Technician (GS-05) position through the National Park Service. This position is a full-time term one year position with possible extension of up to four years. The Education Technician will assist in developing educational materials and presenting curriculum-based education programs.

Please see the full announcement and instructions for application at USAJOBS.gov; type in vacancy number ACAD-CJ-10-26 in the Search box.

Job Opportunity: House Leader, Massachusetts

Sea Education Association (www.sea.edu) is providing summer academic programs for high school students where students live on SEA’s Woods Hole campus, study oceanography, nautical science and maritime studies, and then sail and do oceanographic research.  Students experience a rigorous schedule of lecture, labs and field activities like piloting and a trip to the salt marsh while on shore.  House Leader positions are open for the onshore Science at Sea course with preference to those who commit to participate in both SAS I (July 20-Aug 4) and SAS II (Aug 2-14) programs.  Duties include resident assistant type roles like facilitating wake-ups, cooking, student support and inspiration as well as teaching assistant responsibilities like attending lecture, co-leading labs, classroom preparation and student homework support.  Experience and/or interest working as a team and building a supportive community is important.

Submit a resume and cover letter by June 4, 2010 to Brenda Cetrulo, Science at Sea Program Director at brendacetrulo@gmail.com. For more information, see http://www.sea.edu/aboutsea/employment.aspx or contact Brenda Cetrulo at brendacetrulo@gmail.com.  You must be 21 years of age at time of the course to apply.

Job Opportunity, Onboard Educator, Long Island Sound

Schooner Inc, located in New Haven CT, is looking for individuals interested in a live-aboard, educator position on the Schooner Quinnipiack.  Schooner Inc is a non-profit in our 35th year of Environmental Education on Long Island Sound.  Interested applicants should have experience in teaching and/or Marine Sciences.  Sailing experience is preferred, but not required.  Positions are available immediately.  If interested, contact Captain Tommy Seda at captain@schoonerinc.org.

Job Opportunity: Seasonal Educator, Connecticut

Connecticut Audubon Society is seeking a Seasonal Educator. Bachelor’s Degree in EE, biology or related field; knowledge of marine biology, coastal ecology and/or ornithology preferred.

Job Oportunity: Human Resources, Alaska

The Alaska SeaLife Center, a non profit organization in Seward, Alaska is currently seeking applications for a Human Resource Specialist III.  This position is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the intern and volunteer programs for the Alaska SeaLife Center as well as the executive level administrative duties (i.e. recruitment program) within the Human Resource Department.  A Bachelor’s degree with four years HR and/or volunteer/intern coordination experience or the equivalent is required.  Experience working with programs such as AmeriCorps is preferred.  Experience giving public presentations and/or working with various age groups in an educational setting required.  This is a regular, full-time position starting as soon as possible and will be open until filled.  For more information or to apply please visit the Alaska SeaLife Center’s website at www.alaskasealife.org or contact HR@alaskasealife.org.  I have also attached the full job description to this email for anyone who is interested!