Career Pathways

GBR Biology, Reef Education, Land and Sea Country Connections offer student education and research field trips. The programs align with the Australian curriculum and have been designed to connect students to reef systems. The programs incorporate local traditional owner interpretation and the sharing of stories in the areas of:

  • Tourism
  • Education
  • Marine Science
  • Indigenous Science
  • Indigenous Ranger Programs
  • Sustainability
  • Research projects
  • Environmental Management

Career pathways describe the direction and approach that can be taken by students wishing to develop their career within a given profession on the Great Barrier Reef.

GBR Biology, Reef Education, Land and Sea Country Connections highlight career pathways that can help students identify career options that are available to them locally and illustrate the knowledge and skills people need to equip themselves for different roles. Firsthand experiences help students identify any gaps in their skill, knowledge, qualifications and experience and help plan for their development in order to acquire them.

Reef Magic Education programs are designed to stimulate the interests of students in education, marine science, indigenous science, environmental management and marine tourism by engaging students in applied learnings through the real world challenges of sustainable environmental management. The programs also challenge the students to look at real world complex issues from a variety of disciplines.

If you are interested in applying for the Rangers Pathway Program or as a Marine Biologist, please fill out your details here and we will get back to you.