Registration is now open for NMEA 2017 in Charleston, SC!
Our annual national conference will be heading to Charleston in 2017 and will feature lots of southern hospitality from our hosts, the South Carolina Marine Educators Association! Registration is now open, along with the call for proposals for poster presentations! Curious about our annual conference? You can see a preview of what's in store here and check out all the learning & fun that happened at our 2016 conference, hosted by our Florida chapter in Orlando, in our Storify of the event >
Ocean Literacy webinar series & update on international survey available
Our Ocean Literacy Committee hosted a 3-part webinar series on exploring the Ocean Literacy Scope and Sequence, the alignment of the Ocean Literacy Framework to the Next Generation Science Standards, and how these tools are being applied in formal and informal education. Learn more and view the recordings >
Also, learn about the progress of an international survey on Ocean Literacy with this update and infographic >
Our winter newsletter is out
It features an update on our annual NMEA17 conference which will be held in Charleston, SC., the latest issue of our journal, Current, registration information for a new webinar series by our Ocean Literacy committee, and more! Access it here >
Current: The Journal of Marine Education
The fall/winter issue of our peer-reviewed journal is now available digitally! It's a great membership benefit - learn more >
Jobs resource available
We're happy to announce a new addition to the resources on this site - we're compiling employment and professional development opportunities in a new Storify! Take a look >
More from our members!
Our chapters have had fun meetings, conferences, and provided lots of guest blogs! Registration is now open for the 2016 Youth Ocean Conservation Summit, which is being headed up by board member Sean Russell, and the New England Ocean Science Education Collaborative recently hosted an Ocean Literacy Summit! And check out how president-elect David Bader is working on a special conservation goal, and how the NMEA 2015 conference helped one member prep for the annual EMSEA conference later that year.
Join us! You can now sign-up to become a member or renew your membership online
We invite you to join us and share your ideas, resources, expertise, and inspiration with like-minded professionals. We have exciting initiatives happening both locally and globally and would love to collaborate with you! Become a member today >