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Opportunities at ONC


ONC and the University of Victoria Faculty of Fine Arts co-sponsor an artist-in-residence program that aims to strengthen and explore connections between art and ocean science. The program broadens and cross-fertilizes perspectives and critical discourse on major issues including the environment, technology, oceans, culture, climate, biodiversity, and healthy communities.

This program is open to all current graduate students who have completed most of their Faculty of Fine Arts course requirements, with practice in any visual, written, musical or performance media. Find out more about our previous artists-in-residence here, here, and here.


The ONC Youth Science Ambassador Program engages and inspires the next generation of ocean scientists, marine resource managers, and environmental stewards by exploring connections between their local marine environment, the global ocean and world-leading ocean science.

The program is facilitated by local Indigenous youth from communities along coastal British Columbia and in the Canadian Arctic. Hands-on learning activities and research projects are co-developed with local community educators and knowledge holders, with a focus on place-based Indigenous Knowledge held within local territories.

2024 Youth Science Ambassador: OPEN POSITIONS
Ocean Networks Canada is seeking Youth Science Ambassadors in the following communities:

Arctic (Download the job poster)

  • Cambridge Bay, Nunavut
  • Iqaluit, Nunavut
  • Gjoa Haven, Nunavut
  • Nunatsiavut, Nunavut

Coastal BC (Download the job poster)

  • Port Alberni, BC
  • Victoria, BC
  • Prince Rupert, BC
  • Kitamaat Village, BC
  • Sooke, BC
  • Bamfield, BC
  • Nanaimo, BC
  • Haida Gwaii, BC


ONC invites short proposals from the marine research community for in-kind support towards research projects that make use of our observatory facilities and observatory data. Preferred projects are those that will result in tangible, high-impact outcomes such as publications or graduate student theses.

We welcome diverse perspectives and an equitable, inclusive approach. We invite you to read our statements on diversity and accessibility, and our territory acknowledgement.

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