We are looking for dynamic college students and college graduates with some basic knowledge of marine science, biology, or environmental studies to work with our education staff.
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Career Staff Position
Do you love the idea of creating world-class experiences for the public as a science ambassador? Interested in the inner workings of a marine science center?
The Seymour Center is hiring a Visitor Experience Manager.
This role focuses on creating a warm and welcoming experience for all visitors to the Seymour Center. This full-time career position supports revenue through admission, membership, and gift store merchandise sales.
This position reports directly to the Director of Revenue Operations and works alongside the Ocean Discovery Shop Manager and Volunteer Coordinator to make up the Visitor Experience Team. The Visitor Experience is a small, results-oriented team with a huge impact. We pride ourselves on being close-knit and flexible and are seeking a driven self-starter to expand our impact further.
Initial Review Date: 5/11/2023
Job Number: 52718
UC Santa Cruz Student Jobs
Open until filled: Venue Coordinator Handshake job #6682346
Our Facility Rentals department is looking for UC Santa Cruz students to join our events team! This is a paid position. Learn the inner workings of events and venue rental coordination while working at one of the most beautiful locations in Santa Cruz. The Seymour Center is host to many weddings, meetings, and celebrations—help make it all happen while gaining valuable experience in coordination and marketing. Work-study status is required. Visit Handshake to apply.
Gain valuable experience by interning with Seymour Center.
School Programs Teaching & Project Interns
College students or college graduates can become part of our outstanding team of School Programs Instructors who teach engaging, hands-on, marine science activities to visiting school groups in our seawater and teaching labs. Learn to lead engaging tours to Long Marine Lab’s blue and gray whale skeletons, marine mammal research overlook, invertebrate touch pools, and more. Gain valuable knowledge and experience as a science educator through teaching a wide range of marine science concepts to students ranging in age from kindergarten to community college.
Visitor Programs Interns
College students or college graduates work with the Visitor Programs staff and volunteers to engage and educate the public about ocean science and coastal climate-smart actions that make a difference. Interns may assist with daily and administrative tasks, educational program materials development, exhibit hall maintenance, outreach events, and other projects.