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For Immediate Release
January 29, 2021


PENNSYLVANIA SEA GRANT IS GROWING 
EDUCATION LEAD AND COASTAL OUTREACH SPECIALISTS POSITIONS NOW OPEN

Pennsylvania Sea Grant, a partnership of NOAA, Penn State University, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is dedicated to promoting the ecological and economic sustainability of Pennsylvania’s coastal resources through the development of science-based research, education, and extension programs.  Pennsylvania Sea Grant is part of a national network of 34 Sea Grant College Programs.

EDUCATION LEAD
Pennsylvania Sea Grant (PASG) seeks an experienced educator to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate education programming with a focus on ocean and Great Lakes environmental literacy. This position will be responsible for developing and implementing coastal resource and watershed focused education programs locally and statewide that foster environmental literacy and environmental stewardship across Pennsylvania. This position will mainly serve to provide educational and professional development opportunities for teachers and environmental educators, but may also provide direct teaching experiences for K-12 students and classrooms, as well as non-traditional adult audiences, focused on issues relevant to the Lake Erie, Chesapeake Bay, and Delaware Estuary watersheds. 
READ THE FULL POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT 


COASTAL OUTREACH SPECIALISTS (2 positions)

Pennsylvania Sea Grant (PASG) seeks two experienced outreach professionals to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate regional outreach programs with a focus on watershed restoration and community resiliency. Issues to be addressed may include climate adaptation, extreme weather impacts, and water quality improvements on the communities in southeastern and central Pennsylvania. These positions will work with a wide range of entities to promote education and develop new outreach programs to meet the information needs of local, state, and federal agencies, and interest groups. Groups served may include coastal and upstream communities, businesses, municipalities, public and private landowners, and educators. Specialists will work closely with universities, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations to develop programming relevant to Pennsylvania’s Delaware and Susquehanna River watersheds that may be replicated in other regional estuarine and riverine systems. There are two positions available, one will focus on Southeastern Pennsylvania (Delaware/Bucks counties), and the second will focus on Central Pennsylvania (Dauphin/Centre counties). READ THE FULL POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT 

Education Lead - http://seagrant.psu.edu/sites/default/files/PA%20Sea%20Grant%20education...

Coastal Specialists -  http://seagrant.psu.edu/sites/default/files/PA%20Sea%20Grant%20Outreach%...

 

 

 

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