• Thursday, August 12, 2021 4:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    THIS WEEK'S OCEAN JOBS LIST

    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. Fisheries Specialist, Washington Sea Grant, Seattle, WA
    2.
     Sr. Director, Oceans Area-Based Conservation – 21075, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Washington, DC
    3. 
    Sustainable and Resilient Community Extension Educator (multiple positions available), New York Sea Grant, Multiple Locations
    4. 
    Malwathu Estuary Community-based Conservation Expert – “Managing together” Project, IUCN, Colombo, Sri Lanka
    5. 
    PhD Position Announcement: Arctic Benthic Biology, Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, Poland
    6. 
    Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship, NOAA’s Margaret A. Davidson, TBD
    7. 
    Director of Ocean Policy, New England Aquarium, Boston, MA
    8. 
    Program Associate, Ocean Observing, Consortium for Ocean Leadership, Washington, DC
    9. REEF Program Engagement Coordinator, Reef Environmental Education Foundation, Key Largo, FL
    10. 
    Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Fellowship, IOOS Association, Remote
    11. 
    Environmental Manager, The Ocean Cleanup, Rotterdam, Netherlands
    12. Program Analyst ZA-0343-3 (DE/CR), NOAA, Silver Spring, MD
    13. 
    Program Analyst ZA-0343-3 (MAP), NOAA, Silver Spring, MD
    14. 
    REEF Program Engagement Coordinator, Reef Environmental Education Foundation 
    Key Largo, FL
    15. 
    Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Fellowship, IOOS Association, Remote
    16. Postdoctoral Investigator – Physical Oceanography, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), Woods Hole, MA
    17. 
    Senior Program Manager, Education Programs, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, New York, NY
    18. 
    Synthetic Data Engineer (Computer Vision), Aquabyte, San Francisco, CA
    19. 
    Program Analyst, C&S Climate (7398U), Haas School of Business #20205, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Los Altos, CA
    20. 
    Senior Administrative Coordinator – Animal Care, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, CA
    21. 
    Events Production Coordinator, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, CA
    22. 
    Talent Acquisition Operations Specialist, The National Geographic Society, Washington, DC
    23. 
    Senior Director of Advancement, Pristine Seas, The National Geographic Society, Washington, DC
    24. 
    Fisheries Technician 1 – Cowlitz River Hydroelectric Project, The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, Salkum, WA
    25. 
    Senior Manager, Digital Fundraising, The National Geographic Society, Remote
    26. 
    Program Officer – Sequoia Climate Fund, CEA, Irvine, CA
    27. 
    Senior Oceans Campaigner, Greenpeace, Washington, D.C./Oakland, CA/New York, NY
    28. 
    Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Associate, IUCN, Malé, Maldives
    29. 
    Social Science Officer (Education), IUCN, Malé, Maldives
    30. 
    IUCN North America Office Program Support Officer, IUCN, Washington, DC

    Internship & Volunteer Opportunities

    1. Assistant Aquarist/Educator Internship, Marine Discovery Center, New Smyrna Beach, FL
    2. REEF Marine Conservation Internship, Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF), Key Largo, FL
    3. Paid remote externship: TNC and NatGeo, The Nature Conservancy, Remote
    4. Sea Turtle Conservation Internship, Osa Conservation, Costa Rica
    5. 
    Assistant Aquarist/Educator Intern, Marine Discovery Center, New Smyrna Beach, FL


  • Thursday, August 12, 2021 4:29 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Deadline to Apply:

    Sunday, September 19, 2021, 12:00am

    Organization: 

    Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium

    Address:

    Fort Myers, FL

    Job Description:

    The Environmental Education Coordinator’s (EEC) primary responsibilities include promoting awareness of and appreciation for nature, wildlife, conservation, ecology, and habitat restoration. The EEC employs interpretive, outreach and administrative skills to: (1) manage, design and implement CNCP’s educational and interpretive programs highlighting the natural and cultural features found on and around CNCP’s properties; (2) network with the community to develop and provide comprehensive environmental education and interpretive programs; (3) strengthen efforts to reach and provide environmental education-based programming and educational opportunities to diverse, under resourced, and underserved communities; (4) assist with the daily operations and coordination of facilities at CNCP’s natural history museum and planetarium, and wildlife exhibits; (5) provide program-based assistance to Volunteers and CNCP’s departments; and, (6) perform a variety of administrative and technical duties in support of the organization.

    LEARN MORE

  • Tuesday, August 10, 2021 4:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Grants & Funding

    1. First Nations Now Accepting Proposals for 2021 Native Youth and Culture Fund Grants
    Deadline: August 19
    First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) announced it is accepting proposals for the Native Youth and Culture Fund (NYCF) for programs that focus on youth and that support the perpetuation of traditional ecological knowledge, spirituality, and the intergenerational transfer of knowledge systems, resulting in compassion, respect, dignity, reverence for nature, and care for each other and the Earth. First Nations expects to award approximately 30 grants of $5,000 to $25,000 each for general operating support. Learn more.

    2. Farmers Advocating For Organic (FAFO) Grant Program
    Deadline: September 1
    FAFO is a grant program funded entirely by voluntary contributions from Organic Valley farmers and is the largest farmer-funded grant program in the U.S. Through FAFO, Organic Valley farmers make a difference in the organic industry by using their own dollars to fund organic research, education and advocacy projects across the nation. FAFO awards grants of $5,000-$50,000 to research, education, and advocacy projects that protect and promote the organic industry and the livelihood of organic farmers. Within this context, FAFO puts an emphasis on projects that benefit family farmers who produce organic dairy, eggs, meat, produce, and grain/forage and projects that focus on organic soil health and biology. Learn more.

     

    3. Institutional Challenge Grants
    Deadline: September 14
    The Institutional Challenge Grant encourages university-based research institutes, schools, and centers to build sustained research-practice partnerships with public agencies or nonprofit organizations in order to reduce inequality in youth outcomes. The award supports research institutions to build sustained research-practice partnerships with public agencies or nonprofit organizations in order to reduce inequality in youth outcomes. Learn more.


  • Tuesday, August 10, 2021 4:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Know a teen in Manatee County who is passionate about health and wellness? Healthy Teens Coalition is looking for Teen Educators: https://www.healthyteensmanatee.com/teen-health-educator

     

    School Garden Leadership Training is VIRTUAL!

    Florida Agriculture in the Classroom and UF/IFAS Family Nutrition Program are excited to launch the second year of this collaborative virtual training series designed to help educators, volunteers, and school garden support organizations throughout the state of all levels to build gardening confidence, foster collaboration among leaders, and strengthen garden programs for long-term success.

    Please contact Tiffany Torres, FAITC State School Garden Specialist, at Tiffany@agtag.org or (904) 207-1626 should you have any further questions!

    SIGN UP HERE!

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/florida-school-garden-leadership-training-series-20212022-registration-165772627391


  • Tuesday, August 10, 2021 4:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Each year, SeedMoney offers challenge grants to diverse food garden projects through a 30-day crowdfunding challenge running from Nov 15 to Dec 15. Our grants are open to all types of public food garden projects (youth gardens, community gardens, food bank gardens, etc.) regardless of their location.

    The grants we offer are on a sliding scale. The size of a grant a project can receive depends on how much it is able to raise over the 30-day period compared to other projects participating in the challenge. This year, we will be offering a total of 370 grants ranging from $100 to $1000. See the graphic below for the distribution of those grants.  


    Learn More About Seed Money Grants Here

  • Tuesday, August 10, 2021 4:33 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Florida Agriculture in the Classroom Logo

    The School Garden Grants are meant to supplement FAITC’s Gardening for Grades, Gardening for Nutrition and STEMming Up Gardening, three books that take Florida teachers through the process of developing a school garden, and includes lessons to help teachers use the garden to teach health, science, language arts, math, technology, engineering and other subjects.

    We are currently accepting School Garden Grant Applications, we have 40 $600 grants and 20 $400 grants. Please read all of the information below before filling out the application.  

    Learn About Grant Opportunities Here

  • Tuesday, August 10, 2021 11:07 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Monarch Waystation Program

    Each fall, hundreds of millions of monarch butterflies migrate from the United States and Canada to mountains in central Mexico where they wait out the winter until conditions favor a return flight in the spring. The monarch migration is truly one of the world's greatest natural wonders yet it is threatened by habitat loss at overwintering grounds in Mexico and throughout breeding areas in the United States and Canada.

    Monarch Waystations are places that provide resources necessary for monarchs to produce successive generations and sustain their migration. Without milkweeds throughout their spring and summer breeding areas in North America, monarchs would not be able to produce the successive generations that culminate in the migration each fall. Similarly, without nectar from flowers these fall migratory monarch butterflies would be unable to make their long journey to overwintering grounds in Mexico. The need for host plants for larvae and energy sources for adults applies to all monarch and butterfly populations around the world.

    To offset the loss of milkweeds and nectar sources we need to create, conserve, and protect monarch butterfly habitats. You can help by creating "Monarch Waystations" (monarch habitats) in home gardens, at schools, businesses, parks, zoos, nature centers, along roadsides, and on other unused plots of land. Creating a Monarch Waystation can be as simple as adding milkweeds and nectar sources to existing gardens or maintaining natural habitats with milkweeds. No effort is too small to have a positive impact. By creating and maintaining a Monarch Waystation you are contributing to monarch conservation, an effort that will help assure the preservation of the species and the continuation of the spectacular monarch migration phenomenon.

    Read All About It!

  • Monday, August 09, 2021 1:28 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We're Hiring!


    Do you love kids and gardens? KidsGardening is looking for an experienced garden educator to manage our high-impact grant programs and school garden installations as Program Director. The ideal candidate is an outspoken advocate for garden-based learning and is willing to travel the country spreading seeds of hope.

    At KidsGardening, we value inclusion, compassion, humility, and optimism. We are looking for a team player excited to advance KidsGardening’s efforts to create opportunities for all children to learn, play, and grow through the garden.

    We are looking for someone to join a team committed to organizational work related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.

    The application period is August 6 - 20, 2021. Applicants will be contacted after August 20, 2021.

    See the full job posting here.

  • Monday, August 09, 2021 1:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Project Learning Tree

    Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood Educator Training

    Saturday, August 14, 2021

    9:00 a.m.-1 p.m.

    Early experiences with the natural world excite children’s imagination and foster their inborn sense of wonder and curiosity, which are important motivators forlifelong learning.

    PLT’s Environmental Experiences for Early Childhoodincludes over 130 experiences that engage children in outdoor play and exploration. Activities are correlated to the Florida Early Learning and Developmental Standards for ages 3-4 and 4-Kindergarten.

    Participate in this training to discover teaching ideas for integrating nature-based exploration, art, literature, math, music, movement, and outdoor play into early childhood education programs.

    All participants will receive the guide and accompanying CD.

    Location: Green Explorers Academy, 10860 NE 12th Ave, Miami, FL 33161

    Cost: $20

    Register at: https://flpltearlychildhood081421.eventbrite.com

    *BRING a water bottle and your lunch or snacks.*

    See The Full Flyer

  • Sunday, August 08, 2021 1:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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    August Sea Hero!

    I couldn’t be more honored and humbled to share that I have been selected as Sea Hero for the month of August by Scuba Diving Magazine! It’s really only been made possible through my work with Diversity In Aquatics and all of our partners, as well as my work with military veteran organizations like FORCE BLUE and USX.

    Here’s some more context and a link to read the short interview on their website:

    ”Anesti Vega is on a mission to expand the accessibility of diving and ocean exploration. Experiencing neutral buoyancy for the first time was a turning point in the PTSD recovery of the veteran, who threw himself into helping others experience scuba’s healing power. As chair of the Scuba Council of the nonprofit Diversity in Aquatics, the Indigenous change-maker approaches swimming through the lenses of social justice and public health to empower communities underrepresented in aquatics with the skills necessary to be safe in and around water. For Vega’s dedication to meeting anyone wherever they are in their water journey, he is our August Sea Hero.”

    It’s especially special because the article, both print and digital, feature photography by my 12-year-old son, Geo, who recently got scuba certified himself!

    Much Respect,
    Anesti Vega

    SCUBA Council Chair
    Diversity In Aquatics

    Assistant Dive Safety Officer
    FORCE BLUE

    Underwater Technology Laboratory
    Florida Institute of Technology

    Read The Full Article Here

Founded in 1983, the League of Environmental Educators in Florida is the professional association for individuals and organizations dedicated to the cause of environmental education in Florida. We are the state affiliate for North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), an organization that brings together those interested in the study and enjoyment of our natural world and one that has promoted excellence in environmental education throughout North America and the world for over four decades.  

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