Lake Champlain Sea Grant supports research projects, fellowships, scholarships, and student internships.
Through a competitive research process, the Lake Champlain Sea Grant and our partners fund research projects that inform land and water management practices and policy decisions in favor of ecosystem health and sustainable economies. View Requests for Proposals.
Fellowships & Assistantships
In collaboration with partnering organizations, Lake Champlain Sea Grant offers opportunities for early-career training and research experiences around critical coastal and marine science issues. Learn more about our fellowships and assistantships.
Lake Champlain Sea Grant offers a 15-month Sea Grant Scholars program for University of Vermont first- and second-year undergraduate students interested in the sciences and related fields. Learn more about our scholarship.
Lake Champlain Sea Grant's Watershed Alliance offers student internships as Watershed Educators who teach about stream ecology and watershed science in local schools in both the classroom and field setting. Learn more about Watershed Alliance student internships with Lake Champlain Sea Grant. Additional student internships may become available on an adhoc basis. Inquire at seagrant [at] uvm.edu.
Lake Champlain Sea Grant will post staff openings as they become available. Learn more about current staff openings.