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Sea Education Association: Programs at Sea - Climate & Society
Finding solutions to the problems brought about by climate change requires going beyond scientific data. We must also consider the possibilities found within social and political institutions, economic systems, cultural practices, and the creative... read more
I learned how to be adaptable. A student - Middlebury College View Entire Review
I gained immense knowledge in a multitude of fields- from nautical studies to culture, geology, biology, etc. I gained so much perspective about myself and about my place in the world. A student - Middlebury College View Entire Review
Definitely worthwhile. Gained knowledge about sailing, the ocean, and how to do lots of scientific procedures for research A student - Middlebury College View Entire Review
Really cool experience, but I've already done programs like this (Outward Bound) and wish I had done something a little more free form. A student - Middlebury College View Entire Review
I got to dive into environmental communication (the field I want to pursue after college); SEA's leadership education is spectacular; and I learned how to sail. Nothing compares to climbing out on the bow while we're crashing up and down on eight-foot waves. A student - Middlebury College View Entire Review
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Environmental Studies
- Environmental Science
- Earth Science
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Sea Education Association Scholarships
One award per year available to a deserving Journalism major.
Our most prestigious award. One is available for each SEA Semester class (excluding the SEA Summer Session). Criteria are: Academic excellence, community service and leadership experience.
Multiple awards are available for every SEA Semester class, including the SEA Summer Session. This award is based on academic achievement, educational experiences and intellectual curiosity.
Up to $5,000
Available to students enrolling in SEA Semester from colleges operating on a trimester or quarter calendar. Not applicable to SEA Summer Session or SEA Trimester Program due to the already reduced cost of these programs.
One award per year is available to a deserving Colgate University student accepted to a SEA Semester class.
For Bermuda students enrolled in SEA Semester, SEA will match the scholarship value for any student who receives an award from The National Transportation Board or the Bermuda Zoological Association.
One award is available per each SEA Semester class for a student from one of the five colleges in the "5-College Consortium" (Smith College, Mt. Holyoke College, Amherst College, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Hampshire College).
If you learned about SEA Semester from an alumnus or alumna of our program, you may be eligible for this award.
Up to $2,500
One award per year is available to a resident of Canada participating in a SEA Semester.
Up to $5,000
Featured Sea Education Association Programs
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