Spring semester 2017 (January through mid-May) internships with the Coral Restoration Foundation in the Florida Keys. Open water dive certification and at least 30 logged dives is required. Full time (40 hrs/wk) work with a moderate living stipend. Transportation, lodging and housing not provided.
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We have one more month of fieldwork to wrap up this project on Lake Washington. I would love to have some help and share the fun of this fieldwork since it is so close to campus. People with all experience levels are welcome. You only need to be prepared to have a great time! Descriptions and dates for each sampling type are below.Read more
Seattle Aquarium seeks two part time, temporary youth engagement mentors to join the volunteer engagement team. These positions work within the youth engagement team to support the efforts of 130–160 high-school-age youth serving in the Youth Ocean Advocates volunteer program. Youth engagement mentors educate youth on marine science topics and interpretation, support and mentor youth in their volunteer roles, and ensure excellent experiences for both youth volunteers and Aquarium visitors.Read more
If you are one of the many Marine Bio students with a major in the UW College of the Environment, you are eligible to apply for the Student Travel and Meeting Fund. This can help pay for transportation expenses to attend and/or present at conferences, and it can also be applied to students groups wishing to host meetings themselves.
You can apply quarterly, and the fund is now accepting applications for fall quarter: the deadline is October 21, 2016.
Help advance the Husky Seed Fund, an award that brings to life innovative ideas by students that are inclusive, impactful, and practical to the UW. Gain valuable experience advancing and managing a program that will impact thousands of students at UW.
What types of student-led efforts would improve the overall Husky Experience? What would inspire students to create such a project and apply for funding?
The Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST), a citizen science program based at the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, is recruiting interns for Autumn and Winter quarter.
COASST works with approximately 800 citizen science participants, using their data on beach-cast carcasses of marine birds to establish the baseline, or ‘normal’ pattern of beached bird mortality on North Pacific beaches.
Non-permanent Fish Biologist 1*08226-16
$2,925.00 – $3,807.00 Monthly $2,925.00 – $3,807.00 Monthly
Grays Harbor County – Montesano, WA Grays Harbor County – Montesano, WA
Full Time – Non-Permanent
Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
8/24/2016 5:00 PM Pacific
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating fish, wildlife and ecosystems, while providing sustainable recreational and commercial opportunities dependent on viable fish and wildlife populations.
Help teach about salmon and the Cedar River—become a volunteer naturalist!
Share your community treasure! Become a volunteer naturalist on the Cedar River and learn about one of the world’s amazing wildlife migrations, which runs through the heart of Seattle, Renton and on up into Maple Valley! Naturalists will receive 20 hours of training from fish and watershed experts in September.
HAWAII MARINE MAMMAL ALLIANCE JOB OPENING: FIELD RESPONSE SECTOR MANAGER
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:
Hawaii Marine Mammal Alliance (HMMA) is a non-profit organization funded by private donations, government grants and corporate sponsorships. We are dedicated to the preservation, recovery and stewardship of Hawaii’s endangered marine mammals and the coastal ecosystem we share. In partnership with NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service, our staff and volunteers support critically endangered Hawaiian monk seal species research and recovery efforts through important field response, assessment, identification, documentation – and when needed – assistance with in-field animal interventions and stranding support.
The Sitka Tribe of Alaska is seeking a Biological Science Technician to assist with multiple projects within STA’s Fisheries and Environmental Programs. Some of these projects include: ocean acidification monitoring, harmful algal bloom and shellfish biotoxins data collection, analyzing subsistence foods for contaminants, stream assessments, fisheries monitoring and research, and harvesting multiple species for the Traditional Foods Program.
pay range: $18.50 – 21.00/hr, full time
hours: 8:00 – 4:30pm
minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, biology, fisheries management, or similar AND one year experience collecting and analyzing environmental field data
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