Undergraduate Fellowships and Internships
Every year, the National Sea Grant College Program makes possible various competitions and internships to undergraduate students to further their education in areas such as marine science, marine policy, and fisheries management.
The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium assists interested students with the application process and collections information about fellowship opportunities.
Community Engaged Internships
Community Engaged Internships are designed to provide opportunities for undergraduate students from historically marginalized and underserved communities to conduct summer community-based projects that focus on community environmental and resilience needs.
Margaret A. Davidson Resilience Scholars Program
The Margaret A. Davidson Resilience Scholars program is designed to provide opportunities for undergraduate students from historically marginalized and underserved communities to contribute novel and innovative ideas and solutions to becoming a more resilient society.
Minorities in Aquaculture Internship Program
The Minorities in Aquaculture Internship program provides a hands-on career development opportunity in shellfish aquaculture for a woman of color enrolled in an accredited two- or four-year college or university in South Carolina.
Questions About Fellowships
Questions regarding all opportunities should be directed to Susannah Sheldon, Research and Fellowships Manager, at (843) 953-2083 or Susannah.Sheldon@scseagrant.org.
The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium and our partner organizations have a huge demand for trained professionals in coastal science and supporting fields.