The NOAA Coastal Management Fellowship program matches highly qualified, recently graduated master’s, professional, and doctoral degree students with state coastal zone management programs. It is a two-year opportunity that offers a competitive salary, medical benefits, and relocation and travel expense reimbursement. The recipients work on coastal resource management issues such as climate change, coastal hazards or land use planning for two years. Fellowship projects and host offices change each year. Fellow placements are in California, New York, North Carolina, Washington, and Wisconsin for the 2016 fellowship cycle.
See: Fellowship Video
Students who will have finished a masters, professional, or doctoral program between January 1, 2015, and July 31, 2016.
How to Apply
- Application Guide (general – all fellowships)
- Coastal Management Fellowship Website
- 2016 Coastal Management Fellowship Factsheet
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Online application
January 22, 2016. Submit applications via the online form. Unofficial copies of transcripts are accepted.
Michigan Sea Grant
NOAA Coastal Services Center