Jobs, Careers, and Recruitments - Information for undergraduate and graduate
students. Students can check out NOAA and federal vacancies; internship, fellowship,
grant and scholarship opportunities; general career resources; and
opportunities for minorities.
Student Research Participation Program –
Opportunities for students to participate in
research and development related to science, math and engineering. For both undergraduate
and graduate students and the opportunities are available in the Washington area and
in NOAA field centers.
Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program -
Designed to prepare students for
public service careers in oceanic and atmospheric science, research, technology, and
education and foster multidisciplinary training opportunities and to recruit and prepare
students for careers as teachers and educators in oceanic and atmospheric science.
Undergraduate Scholarship Program – Information to explain a
program that targets students
who have completed their sophomore or junior years at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs),
and have recently declared or are about to declare a major in an atmospheric, oceanic, or
environmental science discipline. Tuition/Fee assistance, summer internships, stipends and
more are available for students in the program.
Graduate Sciences Program – This program is aimed primarily at graduate candidates with
degrees in math, science, economics, law, social science and engineering who have been
accepted into a graduate program in a NOAA-related science.
Career Opportunities – Information about employment opportunities,
including Student Employment Opportunities, as well as Federal agency-wide vacancies,
through the Office of Personnel Management’s USA Jobs.
Student Resources from the American Meteorological Society -
The American Meteorological Society's home page allows you to navigate
through their web site in search of a variety of student opportunities.
Check out Educational Initiatives, Scholarships/Fellowships, and Student
Resources for information about high school, undergraduate, and graduate
opportunities. (This is a not a U.S. Government website. NOAA is not responsible for the content of external internet sites).
National Weather Association Annual Awards Program - This
program includes the Arthur C. Pike Scholarship in Meteorology as well as
other opportunities for students and meteorology teachers to earn financial
support. (This is a not a U.S. Government website. NOAA is not responsible for the content of external internet sites).
Ocean & Coastal Information
- The site includes overviews of the fields of marine
biology, oceanography, and ocean engineering; a look at what the future
is likely to hold for careers in these fields; links to a wide range of
additional resources; information on salaries in various marine science
fields; and other great stuff. This site is a project of the National
Sea Grant College Program and is based on the publication Marine
Science Careers: A Sea Grant Guide to Ocean Opportunities. (This is a not a U.S. Government website. NOAA is not responsible for the content of external internet sites).
Society for Marine Mamalogy: Strategies for Pursuing a Career in Marine
Mammal Science - This site provides a great deal of information
that answers students' questions about pursuing careers in marine mammal science.
The topics covered answer questions about the types of jobs and salaries
available, finding schools for undergraduate and graduate students, as well
as finding grants, scholarships, internships, and training information.
(This is a not a U.S. Government website. NOAA is not responsible for the content of external internet sites).
National Sea Grant Program - This excellent site provides
information about the National Sea Grant Program, whose mission is to encourage
the wise stewardship of of our marine resources through research, education,
outreach, and technology transfer. There is general information about the
program itself, as well as research, fellowship and other opportunities. These
other opportunities include employment prospects and web sites involving
environmental and ocean careers.
Marine Education Links - Another page on this web site has Marine
Education links in categories: aquariums, oceans, whales, and
environmental groups. This link is useful for getting to
non-governmental partners of NOAA.
National Marine Sanctuaries Careers - National marine sanctuaries are living classrooms that can be explored in person or through interactive digital labs and activities. On this page in the NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Prorgam's "For Students" section, you will find information on marine careers.
Publication of the NOAA Education Team.
Website Owner: NOAA Office of Education.
Last Updated: January 4, 2007 3:10 PM