Summer Job in Sitka!

ADF&G Sport Fish Division in Sitka is hiring 4 marine creel samplers for the summer. The position runs from early May through the end of August. An advertisement is available here. Call or email Matt Catterson, Assistant Sitka Area Management Biologist, for more information. 907-747-5380 matt.catterson@alaska.gov Applications can be submitted …

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UAF/Alaska Sea Grant Offers Seafood Marketing and Buisness Course

UAF/Alaska Sea Grant is offering a class that provides an introduction to starting and operating a seafood direct marketing business. More information here!

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There’s Still Time to Apply for Funded Summer Internships through UA

Many exciting undergraduate summer research programs are still accepting applications. On the Pathways to Science website, you can browse 218 paid summer research programs with deadlines coming up in the next 45 days: http://pathwaystoscience.org/programs.aspx?u=Undergrads_Undergraduate+Students&r=&s=&i=&link=deadlineapproaching&sm=&sd=&sy=&endm=&endd=&endy=&sa=either&p=either&o=either&c=either&f=&dd=SummerResearch_Summer+Research+Opportunity&ft=&submit=y&adv=adv If you are graduating soon, you may also want to check out our list of post-baccalaureate …

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Online Course on Shellfish Farming Provided by Roger Williams University

Roger Williams University, in Bristol, RI, is offering a 14-week program, aiming to aid new and practiced shellfish farmers to start or grow shellfish farming enterprises. Available as an on-line webinar. Contact Cheryl Francis at (401) 254-3110, or cfrancis@rwu.edu to register. See here for more information.

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Fish Tech Featured in Stars and Stripes Military Transition Guide

Fish Tech created the new iPad program with members of the military in mind. Often, military members do not have access to internet, but are looking to jump start their future careers. The program looks forward to finding new ways to make the transition into the Fish Tech program easier …

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“More and more jobs becken for Alaskans with fisheries degrees”

A neat article by ADN on the rising need for fisheries professionals, and how the UA system plays a role in developing the next generation. “A shorter career track for fisheries technologists is offered through the Sitka campus, training students for jobs as fishery observers, surveyors, culturists and hatchery technicians. …

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Nov 10: Position Announcement, Fish Culturist, Port Armstrong Hatchery

Howdy Fish Tech Students! Check out a new job posting at the Port Armstrong Hatchery. Under the supervision of the hatchery manager and assistant hatchery manager, the Fish Culturist is part of the team that is responsible for the production of the hatchery’s 105 million pink salmon, 60 million chums, …

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