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Onboard Education Officer/Teacher at Sea
Want to sail on the JR? Applications are now being accepted for Education/Outreach positions on three upcoming expeditions in 2015-2016!
To learn more about each of these expeditions, click on the links below. Application can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
Deadline to apply: 29 July 2015
Expedition 359: Maldives Monsoon and Sea Level: 30 September - 30 November 2015
Expedition 360: SW Indian Ridge Lower Crust and Moho: 30 November 2015 - 30 January 2016
Expedition 361: Southern African Climates: 30 January - 31 March 2016. (Subject to berth availability)
JOIDES Resolution Education Officers sail on board the ship to share the science story with students, families, and the general public. They have the opportunity to learn shipboard science alongside the expedition’s science party and translate the exciting science happening on board through creation of blogs, videos, social networking sites, live ship-to-shore video events and development of educational resources. Successful applicants will be creative, flexible, friendly and hardworking. Some geoscience background is helpful. All expenses for U.S. Education Officers for travel to and from the ports of call, and a stipend, are paid by the U.S. Science Support Program for IODP. Education Officers are selected through a competitive application and interview process. The selected individual will also be flown to a 3-day training session prior to their expedition.
Want to read our three-year evaluation report about the Education Officer experience? Download it below!
Also, watch our video about being an Education Officer here.
Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to see who's on board now, or been on board recently? Read about current, upcoming, and recent past Education Officers. Would you like to talk to them to find out what this experience is like? Contact Sharon Cooper at email@example.com and she can put you in touch.
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