Join the U.S. Department of Education and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to explore how Federal, state, and local partners are engaged in environmental literacy programming and to learn about resources that can support environmental literacy programming in your area.
This position is for a Physical Scientist - Education and Outreach for NOAA's Ocean Acidification Program. Duties include: Developing and coordinating ocean acidification science outreach and education, monitoring and directing the program's ocean acidification activities, coordinating presentation of program-sponsored research findings to lay, managerial and expert audiences.
NAAEE and NOAA are seeking a remote consultant to assess and compile a list of currently available educational resources from Great Lakes B-WET partners and create content for a suite of website platform-ready tools.
Save the date! Join us on Thursday, June 3rd for a live panel discussion from 4-5PM EDT to learn more about how environmental educators and their partners like @NOAAEducation can build more inclusive partnerships with Native aquaculture knowledge holders. Find out more info and register for this special #eeBLUE event today http://bit.ly/aquaculturepartnerships.
The Hawaii B-WET Coordinator works with program managers from NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Office for Coastal Management and Office of Education to provide technical support for the B-WET Hawaii grant program. Coordinator reviews B-WET grant proposals, participates in B-WET grant panel committees and B-WET grant site visitations. Coordinator serves as technical monitor for B-WET grants to grant applicants, recipients, and NOAA officials for matters related to grants and funding announcements. Coordinates funding recommendations and the review process for the current competition in coordination with the federal program officer. Promotes best grants management practices internally and externally to help ensure sound program operations through the training modules online with a federal program officer
NOAA, Delaware Sea Grant, and MADE CLEAR invite classroom teachers and informal educators to apply for this exciting professional development opportunity! Lodging and meals will be provided at University of Delaware's Marine Studies campus in Lewes, DE.
Date and Time:
Monday, May 21, 2018, 9:00am to Thursday, June 28, 2018, 5:00pm