Post-Graduate Professional Fellowships
Do you want to gain professional experience that will strengthen your scientific understanding and expose you to new career opportunities? Virginia Sea Grant’s professional post-graduate fellowships offer on-the-job training where you can work directly with state and federal agencies on coastal policy and management issues.
Commonwealth Coastal & Marine Policy Fellowship
Modeled after the highly successful national Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, this 12-month paid fellowship is intended to provide educational and professional development opportunities for post-graduates interested in Virginia’s coastal and marine resources. Fellows will receive on-the-job training by working with a Virginia host agency to address pressing coastal and marine resource issues, while learning about the policy and management process occurring at the state level.
Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship
The Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship provides a unique educational experience in the policies and processes of the federal government to graduate students who have an interest in ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources and in the national policy decisions affecting these resources. Fellows are placed in various executive and legislative branch offices throughout Washington, D.C. The fellowship period is one year beginning in February.
NOAA Coastal Management and Digital Coast Fellowships
The Coastal Management and Digital Coast Fellowships provide on-the-job education and training opportunities in coastal resource management and policy for postgraduate students. This two-year opportunity pairs recent graduates with state coastal resource agencies, and nonprofit organizations across the country to work on projects proposed by the hosts, and selected by NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management.
Coastal Resilience Post-Graduate Fellowship
The Coastal Resilience Post-Graduate Fellowship is intended to provide educational and professional development opportunities for post-graduates interested in becoming leaders in innovative, pre-disaster, resiliency design strategies. The selected fellow will receive on-the-job training related to resilient design or coastal flooding adaptation strategies focused on Hampton Roads.