Need a marine scientist to visit your school or community? Trying to organize a field trip to the coast? Looking for teaching materials? Want to enter your school in a statewide marine science competition? Interested in seafood training workshops? You've come to the right place. The links below lead you to these great opportunities, and more….
- Alaska Region National Ocean Sciences Bowl – Alaska's annual high-school marine science competition
- K-12 Education – Teaching manuals, books, videos, posters, and much more.
- The Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program – MAP bridges the gap between the local users of Alaska's marine resources and the scientist who study those resources. With 15 coastal agents and specialists in communities across the state, MAP is the extension arm of Alaska Sea Grant and the UAF school of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences.
- COSEE Alaska: People, Oceans and Climate Change –
The newest center in the national network of centers for ocean sciences education excellence, aimed at helping ocean scientists reach broad audiences with their research, and weaving together traditional knowledge and western science to share place-based knowledge of ocean climate change in the north.
- Commercial Fishing and Seafood Processor Training – Marine Advisory Program workshops, conferences, and training
- Science Seminar Schedule – Weekly marine science seminars
- SEANET Ocean Science Communicators network – An informal network of people who communicate about research in Alaska's seas.
- Kasitsna Bay Marine Laboratory – Arrange a field trip to a real marine lab!
- Alaska Native Programs – A hands-on, community-based environmental monitoring, research, and communication program that involves Alaska Native undergraduate students with Alaska communities.
- Alaska SeaLife Center – Alaska's only marine research, rehabilitation and education center
Questions? Need help? Contact: Amy Voigt, Recruitment and Retention Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 907- 474-6786.