Are you ready to join our team of ocean advocates? Sanibel Sea School's team is made up of driven, fun-loving individuals united by a passion for marine conservation. If that sounds like you, please browse our current job openings below.
Counselors In Training (CIT) Program
Do you want to spend your summer splashing around in the Gulf with our campers? Sanibel Sea School’s CIT program is designed for teens interested in developing leadership skills, educating others, and getting out in nature.
- Ages 13 and up
- Three-tiered program
- Application process starts early 2024
Join the Watch: Coastal Watch is a group of Sanibel and Captiva community members who cherish the ocean, appreciate the rich history of our region, and are determined to conserve our oceans and estuaries for future generations. The members of Coastal Watch work actively in our local community to promote healthier and more sustainable ways of interacting with the coastal environment.
The program's goal is to make people aware of the impacts that humans have on beaches, water quality, and marine habitats in Southwest Florida, and to help them become more effective stewards of the ocean.
Mind Your Line: This collaborative effort among Sanibel-Captiva conservation organizations aims to reduce the amount of monofilament line and fishing gear left in our environment, which can be detrimental to wildlife. The effort was established in 2014 by a group of Sanibel-Captiva conservation organizations in response to the observation of ongoing environmental problems and an increase in wildlife injuries caused by fishing gear. Participants include the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW), Sanibel Sea School, Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation, J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge, "Ding" Darling Wildlife Society, and the City of Sanibel.