two unpaid 20-week internships for the 2015 season. Marine Education Interns will learn by actively assisting our program staff in a wide variety of programs and tasks including exhibit maintenance and interpretation, volunteer management, summer camp education, and citizen science. Interns are responsible for completing paperwork to receive university credit. Interns will receive a $2,000 stipend and rustic housing is provided.
- Ability or willingness to work with people of all ages and from all walks of life
- Marine science and natural history background
- Energetic, self-motivated, and willing to learn
- Independent, well organized, and a team worker
- Excellent verbal communication skills
- CPR and First Aid certification completed before arrival