KBNERR provides research and environmental education opportunities for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students . Seasonal internship opportunities are available across research, education, and monitoring sectors. Additional opportunities may be posted here as available.
Graduate Student | 907-235-1342 | chguo (at) alaska.edu
Chris is a graduate student in the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences at UAF. He had made his way to Homer, Alaska, where he quickly adopted its community and became enamored with the surrounding coastal environment. His research focuses on spatial and temporal patterns of estuarine fish assemblages and their relationship to habitat conditions.
Chris is also an aquatic biologist at KBNERR .
KBNERR offers internship opportunities to high school, undergraduate students, and recent graduates with interest in environmental research and education. KBNERR partners with the Kachemak Bay campus of Kenai Penisula College to host Semester by the Bay students. This program provides hands-on academic experiences for students majoring in the natural sciences. Since 2017, KBNERR has hosted NOAA Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship recipients as they gain experience in NOAA-related science, research, policy, management, and education activities.
Those interested in seasonal hiring or internship opportunities should apply through one of our partner programs or contact KBNERR directly.