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In addition, many of our former interns have continued to pursue their interests in various fields of biology and education. Examples include Ph.D. candidates at the University of California at Davis, McMaster University (Ontario), the University of Hawaii, and Georgetown University. Other past interns are Master's graduates from Simmons College, UMass Dartmouth, University of Maryland, Western Illinois University, and Boston University and Master's candidates from Bangor University (UK), Duke University, University of Hawaii, Antioch New England Graduate School and Moss Landing Marine Laboratories. Past interns have also continued work at The Kewalo Basin Marine Mammal Laboratory, Wildlife Trust, Florida Marine Research Institute, the New England Aquarium, the National Marine Fisheries Service Science online order , the NMFS Protected Resources Division, Catalina Island Marine Institute, and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
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Throughout the year, interns may attend meetings and conferences related to marine mammal research and conservation. As a result of these various duties and responsibilities, we are looking for students with a blend of enthusiasm, knowledge of scientific methods, and communication skills. There may be opportunities for interns to specialize their focus during the internship (i.e. Education, research, Database Management) depending on their background and interests.
There is no fee required for the internship.¬† Interns are required to find their own housing and board and means of transportation to the boats we work on in Boston and Gloucester, MA (The buy cialis online order may be able to assist interns in finding housing and/or transportation.) At times, housing can be difficult to find, but we put interns in contact with each other so that they can look for a place together if so desired. Past interns have also lived with friends or relatives in nearby areas such as Boston and Salem.¬†Internships are full-time and require intensive work and long hours, especailly during the summer internship. Interns are given two days off per week and may have another part-time job if they so choose.
Applicants should have the following:
¬†In order to apply for the volunteer position: please send a completed application, a resume or CV, a cover letter detailing your reason(s) for applying,¬†two letters of reference, and an updated transcript.¬†
Once your application has been received, an interview will be arranged.
All Summer 2013 and Fall 2013 applications must be submitted by March 1st, 2013. Applications for Summer and Fall will not be reviewed until after January 2013.¬†
Late applications may not be accepted.
Application materials and questions regarding the internship should be directed to the program coordinator:
P.O. Box 159
Gloucester, MA 01930
College credit may be arranged by the student through their department or as an independent research program at their college or university. The buy cialis online order encourages this, and will take whatever steps are required to facilitate such efforts.