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Sharing Nature: An Educators’ Week Workshop, July 2017

When: July 16 - 21, 2017, Muscongus, Maine

The National Audubon Society is looking to build up participation from Diverse Groups especially Native American science educators, birders, and elementary school teachers who love nature, etc.
The scholarship pays 90% of camp fee and the educator would pay $100.00 for the week.
The island sights and sounds are amazing and the food is worth spending a week on this historical island.  MORE INFORMATION...


Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Marine Conservation Diversity Fellowship Program

The RAY Fellowship Program is a yearlong paid fellowship designed to equip recent college graduates with an undergraduate degree with the tools and support systems they need to become leaders in the ocean conservation field; one that fully represents the rich and diverse communities within the United States.

The RAY Fellowship Program will offer Fellowships beginning July 17, 2017 and ending July 17, 2018. Visit our website at: http://www.rayconservationfellows.org for position descriptions and application instructions.


NOAA Sea Grant John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

Applications to the national competition must come from Sea Grant programs, not individual applicants and must be submitted through www.Grants.gov no later than 5:00 pm EDT on April 7, 2017.

An eligible applicant is any student, regardless of citizenship, who, on February 21, 2017, is enrolled towards a degree in a graduate or professional program, that have an interest in ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources and in the national policy decisions affecting those resources. READ MORE...


Water Resources Technician Training Program Native American Water Corps, BIA


The Tentative Date for the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ (BIA), Water Resources Technician Training Program, Native American Water Corps is July 10, 2017 through August 4, 2017 four weeks at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs pays academic tuition, fees, and costs to cover dining facility and housing on campus for those individuals nominated to attend the Water Resources Technician Training (WRTT) Program. Students successfully completing the training program will receive a four month employment voucher for full-time temporary employment, either with a: Tribal Government; Federal or State Government agency; non-profit or private sector organizations in an entry-level water resources position to aid in development of higher education and/or career development. MORE INFORMATION...


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