Oregon Sea Grant is now accepting applications for several opportunities for students and recent grads at the graduate-level. Please share with colleagues and friends that may be interested in these opportunities (apologies for cross-postings).

Oregon Natural Resource Policy Fellowship- Deadline: August 1, 2022

This one-year, full-time fellowship provides a student first-hand experience in natural resource policy at the state level and is open to graduate students and recent graduates with interest and experience in coastal policy from any U.S. university or college (preference will be given to eligible applicants from a college or university with a physical campus located in Oregon). Additional details on eligibility and how to apply can be found on our website linked above and in the 2022 NRPF Request for Applications.

Malouf Marine Studies Scholarship- Deadline: August 15, 2022

The Malouf Scholarship is awarded to support current/admitted graduate students who combine societally relevant research with education or public engagement. This opportunity is open to graduate students enrolled in a master's/professional or PhD program in any discipline at any college or university physically located in Oregon. Additional details on eligibility and how to apply can be found on our website linked above 2022 Malouf Request for Applications

Upcoming opportunity!

Oregon Sea Grant plans to sponsor a 2022-2023 State Legislative Fellowship during the Oregon legislative session for a graduate student or recent graduate with an interest in marine and coastal issues. The primary duties of this fellowship include

  • Provide technical expertise on marine and coastal issues to legislators
  • Provide timely reports on current coastal issues for Sea Grant and other interested parties
  • Help the fellow t develop knowledge of the legislative process as it relates to coastal and ocean issues
  • Encourage the fellow to develop skills necessary to work with various levels of government and with private and state resource organizations

More information about this opportunity will be available soon. 

A brief  informational webinar about the Fellowship Opportunities listed above is scheduled for July 15, 2022 from 11:00-11:30 AM (Pacific)

  • Register for this webinar here:  https://beav.es/ie4
  • After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

How to apply:

Oregon Sea Grant uses eSeaGrant, an online system for submitting fellowship applications. In order to access this system, you must email [email protected] declaring your intent to apply at least one week prior to the application deadline. 

The Oregon Sea Grant Scholars Program has focused on broadening participation and diversity by restructuring our recruitment and review processes to make them more equitable. Our intent is to be more inclusive of applicants from various cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds with unique lived experiences, skills and interests; including applicants that may have had fewer opportunities in the marine policy field. In line with this initiative, applicants will have the opportunity to demonstrate how their experience with diverse stakeholder groups and communities might apply to this fellowship, and how they think this fellowship will advance their long-term career goals. Learn more about Oregon Sea Grant’s diversity, equity,, justice,inclusion, and accessibility (DEIJA) work. 

Applicants can find additional resources and support materials on the OSG Application Resources page.

Please contact: Stephanie Ichien or Sarah Kolesar with any questions.