Coastal Adaptation and Protection Fellowship

Multiple paid summer fellowship opportunities to support Virginia’s Special Assistant to the Governor for Coastal Adaptation and Protection and the implementation of the Governor’s Executive Order 24: Increasing Virginia’s Resilience to Sea Level Rise and Natural Hazards. The selected fellows will assist the Special Assistant in the development, documentation, collection of data, research, and drafting of Virginia’s first Coastal Resilience Master Plan. In addition, the selected fellows will shadow the Special Assistant and provide collaborative meeting support.

Applications must be submitted directly to Virginia Sea Grant through eSeaGrant by the deadline on Monday, April 15, 2019.

Fellowship Opportunity for Old Dominion University Students

Open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students.

Virginia Sea Grant, in partnership with Old Dominion University, are recruiting applicants to assist the Special Assistant. While an advanced undergraduate student may qualify, it is anticipated that the position will be filled by a graduate student. Eligible candidates must be pursuing a relevant degree from Old Dominion University and have an interest in climate change adaptation, sea level rise, flooding, and other coastal impacts.

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Fellowship Opportunity for University of Virginia Students

Open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students.

Virginia Sea Grant, in partnership with the University of Virginia’s Environmental Resiliency Institute, are recruiting applicants to assist the Special Assistant. While an advanced undergraduate student may qualify, it is anticipated that the position will be filled by a graduate student. Eligible candidates must be pursuing a relevant degree from University of Virginia and have an interest in climate change adaptation, sea level rise, flooding, and other coastal impacts.

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Fellowship Opportunity for Virginia Tech Students

Open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students.

Virginia Sea Grant, in partnership with Virginia Tech, are recruiting applicants to assist the Special Assistant. While an advanced undergraduate student may qualify, it is anticipated that the position will be filled by a graduate student. Eligible candidates must be pursuing a relevant degree from Virginia Tech and have an interest in climate change adaptation, sea level rise, flooding, and other coastal impacts.

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Fellowship Opportunity for Virginia Students

Open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students.

Virginia Sea Grant is recruiting applicants to support the Special Assistant to the Governor for Coastal Adaptation and Protection. While an advanced undergraduate student may qualify, it is anticipated that the position will be filled by a graduate student. The candidate must be enrolled in a relevant degree program at a Virginia academic institution and have an interest in climate change adaptation, sea level rise, flooding, and other coastal impacts.

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