Lake Champlain Sea Grant Seeks Watershed Education Graduate Assistant
Lake Champlain Sea Grant, based at the University of Vermont (UVM) Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, is seeking a graduate assistant to support watershed and lake science education program planning and implementation and to engage in complementary research. The position will provide the individual with the opportunity to assist in all aspects of watershed education program planning, organization, delivery, data management and evaluation. There is one 10 hour/week position available that begins in June 2022.
Qualified candidates must apply to Lake Champlain Sea Grant by January 1, 2022. In addition, assistantship selection is dependent upon acceptance to the UVM Graduate College, and all associated application materials must be submitted to UVM by February 1, 2022.
Applicants must have a bachelor of science in water resources, natural resources, biology, science communications, elementary education, or related field, and strong interest in pursuing a career focused on Kindergarten to 12th grade watershed education. Applicants should express how their experiences and career interests align with the goals of the Lake Champlain Sea Grant and UVM Extension Watershed Alliance program.