Division of Natural Resource Management and Science Staff
Geoff Sanders - Chief of Natural Resources Management and Science
Geoff joined the team at Cape Cod National Seashore in 2019. Read more about Geoff's National Park Service experiences here.
Sophia Fox, Ph.D. - Aquatic Ecologist
Sophia joined the Natural Resource Management and Science team at Cape Cod National Seashore a number of years ago. Read more about Sophia's research and see a list of publications.
Kelly Medeiros - Natural Resource Specialist
Stephen Smith, Ph.D. - Plant Ecologist
Steve has been Cape Cod National Seashore's plant ecologist since 2002. Read more about Steve and see a list of publications.
Tim Smith - Restoration Ecologist
Jessica Whitmore - Biological Science Technician (Shorebirds)
Kacey Srubas - Biological Science Technician (Shorebirds)
Kaitlyn Button - Biological Science Technician (Aquatics)
Work With Us
National Park Service Opportunities
Come join our permanent year-round team, or join us for a fun summer season in one of the most desireable vacation destinations in New England! Seasonal positions are a great way to start a career in the National Park Service or serve as a one-time or recurring summer work experience on beautiful Cape Cod. In most cases, housing is available for seasonal staff. Seasonal positions typically run from April-October. Check out the Work With Us webpage to learn more about opportunities to work at Cape Cod National Seashore for the National Park Service!
The science staff at Cape Cod National Seashore is engaged in a wide range of research, monitoring, and stewardship activities. There are plenty of exciting internship opportunities for students.
Most internships are designed to fit within the summer season to accommodate students, although internships can be available almost any time of year.
Cape Cod National Seashore offers many of its internships through different organizations. Check out these websites for opportunities:
The Friends of Cape Cod National Seashore sponsor The Joshua A. Nickerson Conservation Fellowship to provide funding for student research at the seashore.
Volunteers play an integral role every year at Cape Cod National Seashore and in National Parks throughout America. Volunteers fill many varied positions at the seashore each year. If you are interested in learning more about volunteering please visit the Cape Cod National Seashore Volunteer page.
Last updated: January 30, 2024