On this page we’ve put together a collection of links to resources that we find helpful.
How to Become a Marine Scientist:
Want to study the ocean but don’t know where to start? These sites offer advice on education, careers, and skills for the would-be marine scientist.
- How Do I Become A Professional Biologist? (Florida Museum of Natural History)
- Preparation for a Career in Marine Biology (Monterey Bay Aquarium)
- Marine Career Links (Hopkins Marine Station/Stanford University
- Marine Mammal Science and Careers (NOAA)
- Science Career Options (Open Education Database)
Opportunities in Marine Science
Here are ways to get your feet wet in various programs that bring you up close and personal with the ocean and its creatures! Start exploring!
- Internships in Marine Technology (MATE: Marine Advanced Technology Education Center)
- Internships at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California
- Research Apprenticeships at Friday Harbor Labs, University of Washington
Resources for Marine Wildlife
Want to learn more about sea creatures? Check out these links.
- Marine Mammal Education Web (National Marine Mammal Laboratory)
Other exciting experiences and opportunities:
Various Moss Landing students have participated in these programs and been involved in these organizations.