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  • Saturday, May 08, 2021 6:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    For the complete list and full descriptions find the ocean jobs page at https://sevenseasmedia.org/We add 20 to 30 new opportunities per week with 40k views per month!

    We work hard to provide this jobs list and newsletter to you every week for free. If you find your next job from this list, or a new employee, please consider a tax-deductible donation as a thank you.

    1. Fall Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS), Bermuda

    2. Mangrove and Blue Carbon Analysis, Conservation International, TBD/Remote

    3. Consultant to lead the development of a blue carbon restoration practical guide, Conservation International, TBD/Remote

    4. Director, Blue Climate Strategy, Conservation International, TBD/Remote

    5. Senior Director, Blue Climate, Conservation International, TBD/Remote

    6. Digital Platforms and Campaign Specialist, TerraCorps Land is the foundation of health and well-being, Lowell, MA (remote for now)

    7. Marine Science Instructor, Seacamp Association Inc., Big Pine Key, FL

    8. Executive Director, Bayou City Waterkeeper, Houston, TX

    9. Assistant Aquarist – Term Assignment, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, CA

    10. Communication and Marketing Associate, Ocean Diagnostics, Victoria, BC

    11. Assistant Marine Mammal Trainer, National Aquarium, Baltimore, MD

    12. Marine Mammal Aide, National Aquarium, Baltimore, MD

    13. Public Relations Specialist, National Aquarium, Baltimore, MD

    14. Research Coordinator & Assistant Scientist, NGRREC, National Great Rivers Research and Education Center, Godfley, IL

    15. Animal Care Coordinator, Conservancy of Southwest Florida, Naples, FL

    16. Events Manager, Conservancy of Southwest Florida, Naples, FL

    17. Fisheries Analyst, OceanMind, Harwell, UK

    18. Scripps Researcher Position — Coastal Hazards (May 31), Consortium for Ocean Leadership Inc., La Jolla, CA

    20. #109283 Viral Ecology Research Associate, Scripps Institution Of Oceanography, La Jolla Ranch, CA

    21. Marine Geosciences – Seafloor Process Principal Investigator, The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), Moss Landing, CA

    22. Fisheries Technician 1 – Dam Angling Technician, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, Ridgefield, WA

    23. Education Coordinator, Idaho Museum of Natural History (3196), The Idaho Museum of Natural History (IMNH), Pocatello, ID

    24. Program Manager, Ocean Associates, Silver Spring, MD

    25. Aquarist- Penguins, New England Aquarium, Boston, MA

    26. Op’s/Life Science Relief – PT, Seattle Aquarium, Seattle, WA

    27. Database Administrator – Database Developer (Technology Specialist I), San Francisco Estuary Institute, Richmond, CA

    28. Junior scientist (tenure track) in Ecophysiology, Diversity & Production of Marine Phototrophs, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands

    29. Accountant III – 77070021, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comission, Tallahassee, FL

    30. Data Visualization Associate, Sequoia Climate Fund, Irvine, CA

  • Saturday, May 08, 2021 6:37 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Environmental Education invites you to attend our upcoming Environmental Education in Action webinar, Approaches to Addressing Climate Literacy, scheduled for Tuesday, May 25, 2021, from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. EDT.

    A panel comprised of teachers and professionals will discuss how the scientifically complex topic of climate change can be taught in classrooms and how these lessons can be reinforced by community action and parental support.

    We hope you will join us for this important discussion. Register here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=uuQPpMer_kiHkrQ4iZNkAE7pMx3b28hKiumLmfKVoRtUODhNOExERE5LODlGQ1A5RFQ1WlBXRTZTWC4u

  • Wednesday, May 05, 2021 8:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job Description:

    Brevard Zoo is searching for a knowledgeable, experienced, and creative Education Curator with a strong focus on developing innovative, inclusive experiences through multiple interpretation platforms that actively engage guests with Brevard Zoo’s mission.  A dynamic individual who is motivated to improve the visitor experience, grow our community programs and will actively work to establish Brevard Zoo as a premier education learning resource that will benefit our community for generations.


  • Wednesday, May 05, 2021 8:06 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    • Plan and develop inclusive curricula, programs and events that are age-appropriate, educational, fun and in alignment with the Zoo’s mission
    • Manage use of Exceptional Nature Space
    • Provide guidance, training and support to Zoo staff working with individuals with special needs
    • Collaborate with local schools, nonprofit organizations and businesses to maintain relationships and identify new audiences
    • Prepare supplies and classrooms for programs
    • Keep supplies, classrooms and storage areas neat and organized
    • Handle ambassador animals for programs and events, maintaining certification to ensure animal health and safety
    • Tactfully and effectively manage requests, suggestions and complaints from Zoo staff, volunteers, guests and general public
    • Seek grant opportunities for inclusive programming
    • Support Zoo-wide diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility initiatives
    • Other duties as assigned

  • Wednesday, May 05, 2021 8:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Nature Conservancy's Disney Wilderness Preserve in Central Florida seeks friendly, flexible, environmentally conscious volunteer(s) for 3-6 months from October 2021 - April 2022! Come live and serve on a serene 11,500 acre preserve near Florida wildlife and a community of welcoming staff and volunteers. Qualified singles or couples of all backgrounds and identities are encouraged to apply.

    FHU (water/sewer/electric) is provided for 32 hours of volunteer work on weekends assisting with visitor engagement, outreach, events, cleaning and organization, volunteer coordination, and place-based education. Experience in environmental education and multimedia design is preferred. 

    Learn more about the preserve: www.nature.org/disneypreserve

  • Wednesday, May 05, 2021 4:41 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Get certified in climate education by participating in the next cohort of the Climate Action Academy.

       10 hours of online modules over the course of 4 weeks on:

    Understanding the climate crisis globally and locally

    Trends in climate education

    Tools and activities for climate action

    Climate action lessons and project integration

       Sign up at https://2811.teachable.com/p/climate-action-academy3 

    Led by 2811 and Young Innovators Climate-KIC, the Climate Action Academy is an interactive online certification designed for educators who seek to empower youth with the knowledge and skills to transform climate concern into action.

    Participants receive resources about education for climate action, are guided to accelerate climate action in their schools, join an international network of sustainability-minded teachers, and earn a certificate from Climate-KIC.

       Start on June 14, 2021

    The certification has a value of $120 per teacher with scholarships and special group rates available.

    Together we can change the present for a sustainable future


  • Wednesday, May 05, 2021 4:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In partnership with the NSF funded openVertebrate project, we are pleased to announce the UF CPET 2021 Summer Science Institute:  3D vertebrates: From museum shelves to classrooms. This virtual professional learning opportunity will take place Monday, June 21 – Friday, June 25, 2021. Participants will learn about generating digital 3D objects from vertebrate collections in natural history museums, have the chance to explore ways to incorporate them in the classroom, and work in small groups (~3 teachers) with a scientist to develop learning activities based on their research and career path. Educators will be collaboratively designing activities for use in their own classroom, so all middle and high school science teachers are welcome to apply. Learning activities should align with one or more of the following topics:  function, anatomy, evolution, paleontology. We anticipate ~three hours synchronously each day with time to be determined to best fit the time zones of all participants as well as additional collaborative work time and individual planning.


    Interested educators are invited to apply using the on-line application portal<https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8JwcJucC8CPyGZD>.

    Applications will be reviewed, and invitations extended on a rolling basis starting May 15.

    For questions, please contact Dr. Julie Bokor at julie@cpet.ufl.edu<mailto:julie@cpet.ufl.edu> or 352.392.2310.

    More information can also be found at:  http://bit.ly/overt2021 and https://www.cpet.ufl.edu


    The biology of vertebrate animals provides opportunities to students to learn about anatomy, function, evolution, and paleontology. Participants in this workshop will gain a hands-on introduction to vertebrate diversity through lectures, discussion with scientists and students, and virtual visits to the museum scientific collections to see rare specimens of both living and extinct species. While scientists visiting natural history museums around the world have access to these unique specimens to understand vertebrate biology, this is a resource that students and the public rarely see or even know about. Using three-dimensional imaging as part of the openVertebrate project (or oVert) funded by the US National Science Foundation (https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/overt/), we are creating digital specimens that can be viewed in the classroom, digitally dissected, 3D-printed, and more. Participants in this program will learn about working with these resources and develop teaching modules that convey key concepts in anatomy, function, and evolution.

    The professional learning program:
    Following a general introduction to vertebrate diversity, participants will learn how scientists and students investigate anatomy, function, and evolution using digital three-dimensional anatomical data. During the week, brief presentations from and discussions with research faculty and graduate students highlight the diversity of studies utilizing museum collections as well as provide context to develop classroom lessons. Working in small groups, participants and scientists will work together to brainstorm ideas for translating the oVert project into classroom materials and fully developed learning activities for implementation during the 2021/2022 school year. Emphasis will be placed on translating principles in functional anatomy and evolution into effective teaching materials incorporating digital 3D objects. The workshop will conclude with presentations by participants on the teaching materials they developed during the course of the week.

    Our scientist collaborators include:

    From the University of Florida oVert team and leading the project:

    Dr. Dave Blackburn, Florida Museum of Natural History:  https://www.blackburnlab.org/
    Dr. Jaimi Gray, Florida Museum of Natural History:  https://www.blackburnlab.org/
    Dr. Ed Stanley, Florida Museum of Natural History:  www.EdwardStanley.org<http://www.edwardstanley.org/>, www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/digital-lab<http://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/digital-lab>
    Dr. Kory Evans, Rice University: https://profiles.rice.edu/faculty/kory-evans
    Dr. Todd Green, New York Institute of Technology: https://www.nyit.edu/bio/tgreen09
    Dr. Hillary Maddin, Carleton University: https://earthsci.carleton.ca/people/faculty-members/hillary-maddin
    Dr. Al Savitzky, Utah State University: https://biology.usu.edu/research/lab_sites/savitzky-lab/savitzky_lab
    Dr. Stephanie Smith, Field Museum of Natural History: https://www.stephaniemariesmith.com/
    Dr. Katie Stanchak, University of Washington: https://www.katiestanchak.com/


      *   Develop a learning activity based on the oVert project addressing at least one of the following topics: anatomy, function, evolution, paleontology;
      *   Implement the oVert learning activity you develop in your classroom/s by the end of the 2022 spring semester;
      *   Agree to administer a brief survey to your students after implementation;
      *   Submit a brief report summarizing the implementation of your oVert learning activity; and
      *   Provide feedback to the oVert project team.

    oVert Educators:

    Acceptance to the Summer Science Institute: 3D Vertebrates, From Museum Shelves to Classrooms is a competitive application process. We are looking for phenomenal secondary teachers who are leaders in the classroom, particularly with the use of innovative pedagogical approaches and technologies. We welcome applicants from across the United States and Canada. Participants will receive a stipend depending on level of participation throughout the program and paid by semester.


    Interested educators are invited to apply using the on-line application portal<https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8JwcJucC8CPyGZD>. You can return to the on-line application<https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8JwcJucC8CPyGZD> and continue working from the same computer. However, we suggest you draft your personal statements in word processing software and paste them into the text boxes. This will allow you ample time to compose complete responses and edit as necessary.

    Applications will be reviewed, and invitations extended on a rolling basis. Interested educators are encouraged to submit their application by May 15.

    For questions, please contact Dr. Julie Bokor at julie@cpet.ufl.edu<mailto:julie@cpet.ufl.edu> or 352.392.2310.

    More information can also be found at:  http://bit.ly/overt2021 and https://www.cpet.ufl.edu

  • Monday, May 03, 2021 8:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please join us May 20th at 7pm as we resume our LEEF Speaker Series: Free for members, $5 for non-members.

    About the Presentation

    In her presentation titled, “Teaching for Collective Environmental Action,” Sahar Arbab will discuss why she believes the environmental education field needs to move away from a focus on individual behavior and instead prioritize systemic change. Using examples from her own teaching, Sahar will demonstrate how she is working to prepare young people to take action in their communities and beyond.  Sahar will also discuss the characteristics of strong youth-adult partnerships and how to meaningfully bring young people to the decision-making table.

    About the Presenter

    Sahar Arbab has spent most of her career working in the environmental education field. She has dug in urban gardens alongside youth, managed teen internship programs, and trained classroom teachers. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, she moved to Washington state in 20

    16 to pursue graduate studies at Western Washington University. After graduating, she worked for two years as a Program Coordinator with Washington Green Schools. Sahar also spent a summer working for Grist as a 2019 fellow with the University of Michigan’s Environmental Fellows Program. Sahar currently manages a career pathway program at King County Parks. She is passionate about creating educational programs informed by communities’ environmental concerns. In her free time she enjoys trail running, reading, cooking, and hiking with her partner and two dogs.

    Register Now
  • Monday, May 03, 2021 1:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Join us for the 30th Annual Environmental Educators of North Carolina Conference at Lutheridge Arden, NC from Friday, September 10 to Saturday, September 11, 2021.  This will also be the Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance (SEEA) regional conference. 

    Our 2021 SEEA/EENC conference theme is rEEmerge, honoring new beginnings as we celebrate EENC's 30th anniversary.  Join us as we re-imagine a post-COVID world for Environmental Education; a world with diverse partnerships, resilient communities, and a broader concept of what it means to be an Environmental Educator.

    Enjoy a conference full of professional development, networking, learning, and field experiences that will help you expand your knowledge of EE and resources in NC and beyond! Plan ahead now for pre-conference workshops, field trips, and more on Thursday, September 9.

    The call for proposals for general sessions and the research symposium are now available. Proposals are due May 24.

    If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Chris Goforth and Shannon Culpepper, Conference Co-chairs at conference@eenc.org.

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