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|Education and Conservation|
Education and Conservation department internships offer valuable real world, on the job experience in marine life education. Learning opportunities for interns include increased knowledge of marine science topics, marine conservation issues, curriculum design, activity development and implementation, teaching, and classroom management skills. Candidates must be reliable, have excellent communication skills, enjoy working with people of all ages, and have the ability to succeed in a team environment. Each intern, with an education staff mentor, will complete a project during their internship. These are unpaid positions with flexible schedules based on the candidate’s availability and may be completed for college credit based on the college’s guidelines. This experience is invaluable for a person looking for a career in education or marine science!
If you have questions about the Intern Program, please contact us at (860) 572-5955 ext. 306.
Application packet deadlines:
Spring semester: October 31
Summer semester: February 28
Fall semester: June 30
The student must be enrolled in or recently graduated from college in order to participate. Internships are open to both undergraduate and graduate students. If the student’s college offers credit for internships, it is the student’s responsibility to arrange for the credit.
|Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with animals, teach kids or talk about exhibits? Now's your chance!|
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