Applications Open Soon!

Applications are Open May 2nd at 8AM Calling all 4th through 6th-grade students and teachers and special education classes:  Please join us aboard the Team O’Neill Catamaran for the 2022-23 O’Neill Sea Odyssey (OSO) season! Thanks to the generous support of our donors, OSO remains free of charge to those who meet our eligibility requirements. … Read more

Executive Director in the News!

O’Neill Sea Odyssey Hires new Executive Director The Board of Directors for O’Neill Sea Odyssey has hired Tracey Weiss as its new executive director. Tracey brings 20+ years of experience in environmental education, youth development and nonprofit management to the position. She contributes significant management experience that will help strengthen and expand the O’Neill Sea … Read more

We’re hiring a Finance Manager!

O’Neill Sea Odyssey Finance Manager The O’Neill Sea Odyssey program is looking for an experienced nonprofit finance professional to manage the day-to-day finances of the organization. The Full-Charge Bookkeeper works in collaboration with the Management Team and is responsible for all the financial aspects of the organization including budgeting, reporting, accounts payable and receivable and … Read more

We’re hiring a Marine Science Instructor!

O’Neill Sea Odyssey Marine Science Instructor OSO is seeking a Marine Science Instructor with excellent outdoor teaching skills, a strong background in experiential education, and a passion for connecting youth to the ocean. This individual is a flexible team player who is patient, personable, has a good rapport with kids, and understands the significance of … Read more

We’re hiring a Marine Science Instructor!

O’Neill Sea Odyssey Marine Science Instructor Job Description Application Deadline: Priority deadline:Thursday, August 15. Applications accepted on an on-going basis. Start Date: September 5,2019 (tentative, to be determined by employer and selected candidate) Compensation: 21$/hour Status: Part time, seasonal Benefits: As a part time and seasonal position, this job is not eligible for benefits Reports … Read more

A Woman of the Water: Meet Meg Decoite, O’Neill Sea Odyssey Education Intern

Meg Decoite, 22, a junior at UCSC studying marine biology, has not had your typical college trajectory. Deeply committed to remaining true to her passions while building upon her strengths, she sought out an experiential pathway which included taking a year off to work on bilingual plastic pollution education in Chile, among other community-based environmental … Read more