For tips on applying and associated resources: 

http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/toolbox.aspx

For opportunities specifically in the Ocean Sciences: 

http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/oceanscience.aspx

For opportunities specifically in Engineering: 

http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/engineering.aspx

 


MIT European Career Fair

The focus of this fair is on STEM and finance/consulting employers and it is being held on Saturday, Feb. 25.

Interested students have a two-step registration process:

  1. RSVP in CareerLink as I will be providing transportation and we need a head count.
  2. RSVP to ecf.fairsey.com to register with MIT. There is no cost.

Students can also upload a resume for consideration by employers in hopes of landing an interview.

The flyer can be view by clicking here.


Shoals Marine Laboratory Summer Courses

Shoals Marine Laboratory offers a wide variety of marine biology courses geared towards undergrads, from Sustainable Fisheries to Marine Mammals to Marine Environmental Science and Conservation! Need-based scholarships are available to all undergraduates with demonstrated need, as well as work study opportunities for enrolled students.

View the flyer here.


Challenge Projects

MindSumo challenges are a great opportunity to get work experience by applying the skills you’re learning in classes, win cash prizes, and prove yourself to potential employers.

Visit the website for more information: www.mindsumo.com


University of Florida Fall Semester Veterinary Medicine Course

The University of Florida is offering several exciting online courses in the upcoming fall semester that are geared towards students interested in Veterinary Medicine. One of these courses included The Dog, which explores the anatomy, physiology, biology, etc. of dogs.

For more information, please visit The Dog or contact Dr. Patrick Larkin at pmlarkin@ufl.edu.


The Oceans Research Internship Program in South Africa

The Oceans Research Internship Program provides training opportunities for aspiring marine scientists, conservationists, and explorers. The program enables interns to join with the regions top marine scientists to investigates the biology of marine mega-fauna, including Great White sharks, rays, marine mammals, other shark species and oceanography.

For more information, please visit the Program Website.


JanPlan Internship at the University of Arizona

The Internship program provides students an opportunity for intensive “hands-on” research experience. Interns receive their own research projects, and are active members of their laboratories. Students take part in weekly laboratory meetings, and present a summary of their research accomplishments at the end of their stay.

Visit the Program Website for more information.


Lemelson-MIT National Collegiate Student Prize Competition

The Lemelson-MIT National Collegiate Student Prize Competition is open to teams of inventive undergraduates and individual graduate students. Applicants submit their inventions in categories that represent significant sectors of the economy, which could be reimagined and improved through invention.

For more information, please visit Program Website, or download the Undergraduate Application.


Broadreach JanPlan Course Offerings

Each course offers academic credit through Lesley University, as well as professional certifications and experience. Course offerings in the past have included; Veterinary Medicine in Costa Rica, Caribbean Tropical Marine Biology, French Language & Culinary Arts, Caribbean PADI Rescue & Divemaster, and Caribbean Sailing & Leadership.

For more information, please visit www.broadreachcollege.com or contact Jill at jill@gobroadreach.com.


Maine Scallop Research Fund Proposals

Maine Sea Grant invites proposals for collaborative research on the nearshore scallop fishery. Projects should contribute knowledge to the continued improvements in management of the scallop fishery in Maine state waters.

For more information, please visit http://www.seagrant.umaine.edu/scallop-summit/RFP.