|Fellowships & Funding Fellowship Opportunities Fellow News: Newsletter Coastal Management Fellowship State Projects 2014 Summary 2013 Summary 2012 Summary 2011 Summary 2010 Summary 2009 Summary 2008 Summary 2007 Summary 2006 Summary 2005 Summary 2004 Summary 2003 Summary 2002 Summary 2001 Summary 2000 Summary 1999 Summary 1998 Summary 1997 Summary 1996 Summary Digital Coast Projects Fellow Eligibility and Selection State Eligibility and Project Selection Frequently Asked Questions Partners and Their Roles Fellow Contact Info. (password protected) Fellows by State Fellows by Year Fellows by Last Name NOAA Coral Reef Management Fellowship Other Opportunities Employment Graduate Fellowships Undergraduate Fellowships Web Sites to Watch||
Coastal Management Fellowship
Fellow Eligibility and Selection
Any student who will complete a master's, doctoral, or professional degree program in natural resource management or environmental-related studies at an accredited U.S. university between January 1, 2014, and July 31, 2015, is eligible. Students from a broad range of environmental programs are encouraged to apply. Students from non-U.S. institutions are not eligible.
All applications must include:
Finalists are selected based on the following criteria:
All qualified applicants will be considered regardless of age, race, sex, creed, marital status, national origin, lawful political affiliation, religious preference, or nondisqualifying physical handicap.
Twelve finalists will be selected from the endorsements submitted by Sea Grant by a selection panel made up of program partners including Sea Grant, the NOAA Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, state Coastal Zone Management (CZM) programs, the Coastal States Organization, and current and former fellows. The selection panel will make its recommendation to the branch chief of Coastal Management Services at the NOAA Office for Coastal Management, who will make the final decision.
Placement of Fellows
A workshop to match states with fellows will take place in Charleston, South Carolina in late April/early May. Of the finalists selected, six will be placed with a host state. Each of the selected host states will send the fellow mentor to the placement workshop. The finalists will be brought to the workshop at the expense of the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. The workshop includes an orientation program, host state project proposal presentations, finalist presentations, finalist and host state interviews, and fellow matching. If a state does not find a suitable candidate during the workshop, it will be given the option to defer fellow placement for one year. States will only be allowed one deferment before they have to reapply. No contact between prospective hosts and finalists should be made before the placement workshop.
How to Apply
Application packages must be submitted to the Sea Grant program office in the state where you earned your degree. Each Sea Grant program office can endorse up to three applications to the NOAA Office for Coastal Management for review. Applicants from institutions in states not served by a Sea Grant program office should contact the fellowship coordinator for more information on submitting an application.
For Further Information Please Contact: