Fellowship Program

Are you looking for an expanded internship? The Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) is sponsoring a winter/spring Fellowship program for college students or graduates who are interested in gaining a one of a kind experience in a world-class marine facility. ASLC summer Fellowships offer a well-rounded experience in a variety of areas within the Center. Depending on the type of Fellowship, duties may include assisting aquarium, avian or marine mammal staff with animal husbandry tasks; helping with marine-related research projects or as support in our education department.

Fellows will spend 30 hours per week in a designated Fellowship area to learn and gain practical hands on experience.  The remaining 10 hours will be spent assisting in front of house operations either at the ticketing counter or with our Interpretation Department.  Fellows will not be permitted to participate in ASLC activities on vessels unless specified in the fellowship.

If you have questions or would like more information on becoming a winter/spring Fellow at the Alaska SeaLife Center please email the volunteer coordinator.

The postings for the Winter and Spring fellowships are now CLOSED

  • Interpretation-Education
  • Marketing & Communications Development
  • Eider (Sea Duck) Husbandry
  • Veterinary Laboratory

 Animal Husbandry

  • Aquarium
  • Avian
  • Mammals
  • Vet Services

Winter session begins October 1st

Spring session begins January 15th 

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  • “I felt like an important part of working toward making a difference for marine life”
  • “I had a great experience; it was everything I could have hoped for. I think that the SeaLife Center has the best overall work environment of anywhere that I’ve worked.”
  • “This is the position to have if you want to be a top candidate for jobs”
  • “It’s a great place to kick off your career, get experience and learn what you like”