Job Opportunities – Summer Science Teachers, MA

The Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve seeks two summer educators:  one to co-direct a 6-week Summer Science School for children entering 2nd through 8th grade from July 5 through August 13; another to work with middle school-age campers conducting biomonitoring on local beaches and assisting with a variety of research and stewardship projects throughout the Reserve, part part of a regional project involving institutions throughout New England.  For more information and to apply, go to this link.

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Job Opportunities – Summer on Cape Cod, MA

The Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Waquoit/Falmouth MA has several seasonal positions open, including island managers, endangered shorebird program manager, and park interpreter.  Unpaid internships also available.  Learn more about WBNERR online; job descriptions and application details are here.  Deadlines 2/15/10 and 3/31/10.

Job Opportunity – Shipboard Educators/Crew, Maryland

The Living Classrooms Foundation is a non-profit educational organization in Baltimore, MD that provides hands-on, interdisciplinary learning programs in challenging environments for students of all ages and backgrounds.  They are currently seeking individuals for the positions of Mate, On-board Educational Coordinator, and Science Educators.
Details online

Job Opening – Marine Science Educator, Virginia

The Marine Science Consortium, located on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, has openings for seasonal Marine Educators. Visit the website for details.

Education AmeriCorps Positions – Alaska

The Alaska  SeaLife Center is currently recruiting for two AmeriCorps members within the  Education Department.  These two positions will work with the Alaska SeaLife  Center full time for six months, starting January 25, 2010 and ending July 24, 2010.  AmeriCorps provides a living stipend and an education award upon completion of the program.  Travel to and from Seward and housing are the responsibility of the members.  To apply, follow the link on the volunteer page of the website to the AmeriCorps website and click on the “Apply Now” button.  Contact Jenelle_Gilding@alaskasealife.org if you have any questions about these positions.

Licensed Captain Needed for Boston Harbor No Discharge Program

Full-time position for USCG licensed captain, in support of new Boston Harbor No Discharge Area program. Ability to pilot 31-foot vessel mandatory. In addition, will work in support of program development, data collection and research for this project, working with UMass Boston faculty.  Contact opctr@umb.edu