Maritime Archaeologist/Educator – Mentor: Sarah Waters (Sarah.A.Waters@noaa.gov). This fellow will assist in development and implementation of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary’s (TBNMS) Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center (GLMHC) education initiatives and assist with summer field projects. Duties will include, but are not limited to: 1) Assist in developing and implementing GLMHC formal and informal education programs in conjunction with local and regional institutions, and the general public; 2) Work with TBNMS staff in responding to constituent requests for information, products, services, and expertise; 3) Support TBNMS outreach events, such as Thunder Bay Maritime Festival and other community events (may include holidays and weekends); 4) Develop and write summaries of TBNMS field projects and research activities for distribution to a diverse constituent audience on multimedia platforms; 5) Assist with archaeological field work, including shipwreck documentation, field schools, and day camps (NOAA or AAUS Scientific Diving certification prefered); 6) Other duties as assigned. Computer and writing skills are recommended for this position. This position is located at TBNMS in Alpena, MI.
Closes 26 February