Opportunities to Learn, Educate, and Get-Involved 

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For the past twenty years, Pennsylvania Sea Grant has been offering adult and K-12 educational programs, funding cutting-edge scientific research, providing resources and expertise to communities and individuals throughout the Commonwealth. We offer a variety of opportunities for teachers, students, and groups and individuals to learn about coastal and watershed ecosystem issues.

Internships and Fellowships
Graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in Pennsylvania institutions of higher learning may apply for Pennsylvania Sea Grant focused internships. Interns will apply their knowledge and skills acquired through their coursework to help Pennsylvania Sea Grant fulfill its mission. Interns can work in the areas of outreach, communication, education, and/or research. Interns are responsible for the cost of housing plus transportation to and from their work place. These internships are limited in availability. Looking for a fellowship opportunity?

Programs for Educators & Adults
Pennsylvania Sea Grant collaborates with a variety of state, regional, and national programs to offer curricula to help inspire students in the classroom, in-field experiential learning opportunities, and teacher training designed to help teachers bring science to life in the classroom!

Stewardship Opportunities
If you'd like to help improve the quality of Pennsylvania's waters and communities, we have a few opportunities to get you started.


Main Office: Tom Ridge Environmental Center 301 Peninsula Dr., Suite 3 Erie, PA 16505 814-217-9011