Marine Science Educator Job Openings- Discovery Hall Programs, Dauphin Island Sea Lab
January 22, 2013
Discovery Hall Programs (DHP) of the Dauphin Island Sea Lab has openings for two marine science educators to work within a collaborative education and outreach group. These are full-time, year-round positions with benefits.
DHP educators develop and teach high quality on-site and off-site hands-on informal educational programs (field-based, in-class and distance learning) about marine and coastal issues to K-12 students, teachers and the general public during the school year and during the summer months. Off-site programs include overnight travel throughout the state as part of the BayMobile program as well as occasional outreach events. Educators may also work on grant-funded projects, assist in our public aquarium, make presentations at national and state conferences, participate in professional development activities, develop web content/tools, and assist in evaluations of DHP programs. To learn more about DHP activities, please go to: Discovery Hall Programs
To view the complete Press Release: Dauphin Island Sea Lab News
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