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Susan Sanger added a new Job in MD Watershed Network

Posted January 19, 2023

Summer Camp Lead Educator Summer 2023 – Annapolis Maritime Museum

AMM seeks contractual Lead Educators for its Summer Camp. This position is ideal for individuals who are passionate about educating youth, possess a love for the outdoors, and have prior summer camp or environmental education experience. AMM Summer Camp runs from June 26th through August 25th. Contractors have the flexibility to choose the weeks they…

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Susan Sanger added a new Job in MD Watershed Network

Posted January 19, 2023

Environmental Education Internship College Students-Summer 2023 – Annapolis Maritime Museum

Summer 2023 – Environmental Education Internship College Students Our summer internship program offers great experience for college students interested in the following fields of study: education, environmental studies, science, communication, or outdoor recreation. Interns will receive hands-on training and experience with the fundamentals of environmental education best practices, lesson plan creation, and program facilitation. Interns…

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CStREAM added a new Job in MD Watershed Network

Posted January 17, 2023

Chesapeake Research Consortium’s C-StREAM Internships

The Chesapeake Research Consortium’s (CRC) Chesapeake Student Recruitment, Early Advisement, and Mentoring (C-StREAM) program internships are a great way for college students to explore careers in marine, environmental, and climate-related fields. Our summer interns will work with NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, EPA, and other experts for roughly 12 weeks during the summer. Interns gain valuable experience,…

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alimaccc added a new Announcement in MD Watershed Network

Posted January 17, 2023

Anne Arundel County Bay Invaders needs Volunteers!

Bay Invaders is an award-winning program that supports Anne Arundel County 9th grade students in learning about and actively removing invasive plant species from our community and regional parks. Created in 2017, the program has engaged 2500 students who have removed nearly 4,000lbs of invasive plants creating a strong and more resilient local, native ecosystem….

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