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Environmental Specialist 1, WA Department of Health Shellfish Program (Tumwater, WA)

Please see below and share the link to a new internship opportunity in our Shellfish Licensing and Certification section for 2 Environmental Specialists. These positions will be for 3 months (mid-June to mid-Sept) and the recruitment will close on April 25. It’s a great chance to get out in the field!

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Marine Science Undergraduate Intern, foundry10 (Seattle, WA)

The marine science team’s goal is to empower local youth to take action for global ocean and climate resilience while anchoring all programs and partnerships in environmental justice. Within these guiding frameworks, we are looking for an intern to draw upon their unique perspective, create a learning opportunity, and share that with the education community.

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Summer 2021 Internship, Windward Environmental, LLC (Seattle, WA)

Windward is seeking an intern to work in our Seattle, Washington office. The work is expected to be remote, except for the field work, for which Windward will provide all necessary training and safety precautions. This is a paid internship. Application period closes April 21, 2021

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San Juan County Marine Mammal Stranding Network Summer Internship Announcement 2021

 SJCMMSN is currently hiring two (2) San Juan Island-based interns to help respond to marine mammal strandings during our busy season. Interns and volunteers of this critical program serve as ambassadors between humans and marine mammals as well as contribute scientific data that is crucial to both human and animal health.

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US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Region 10 Internships

This morning, the U.S. EPA Region 10 opened applications for their newly launched internship program. Students should review the eligibility and required documents carefully and apply as soon as possible.  Applications must be submitted prior to 9:00 PM Pacific on February 3, 2021.  The job announcement is limited to 250 applications and may close before February 3, 2021 if the limit is reached.

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Summer 2021 Internship Opportunities with NOAA Marine Mammal Laboratory

The Marine Mammal Laboratory of NOAA’s Alaska Fisheries Science Center (MML/AFSC) and the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences (SAFS) request applications for student summer internships. Internships will be for about 10 weeks (during the period of June to September 2021; 40 hours per week) working on a marine mammal research project. Each internship will be supported on a stipend of $5,400, provided in partnership by the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, the Marine Biology Program, and MML/AFSC.

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Field Research Assistant Needed for Gray Whale Study

I am looking for three research assistants for a project this spring (expected dates: February 27th-May 31st) to study the impacts of boats on gray whales in Washington. There will also be at least two days of equipment training before the dates listed above/fieldwork. This position is through The Evergreen State College.  

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Gulf of Maine Research Institute: Integrated Studies in a Rapidly Warming Fishery Ecosystem (REU)

The Gulf of Maine Research Institute is in its third year of our NSF-funded REU Site – Integrated Studies in a Rapidly Warming Fishery Ecosystem. The GMRI REU Site will pair students with researchers based at GMRI and engaged in a broad range of fishery ecosystem and climate adaptation studies.

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Woods Hole Partnership Program 2021 Summer Undergrad Internship Research Program (REU)

The Woods Hole Partnership Program is accepting applications for the 2021 summer undergrad internship research program. Application materials and program information are available on the PEP website. The program dates are May 29 through August 7. Application deadline is February 13.

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2021 Hollings Preparation Program (HPP)

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) seeks to prepare students for career development opportunities in atmospheric and ocean sciences. NOAA aims to support a diverse and qualified pool of applicants, particularly from underrepresented groups*. The Hollings Preparation Program (HPP) will prepare undergraduate freshmen to be competitive applicants for the full NOAA Hollings Scholarship in their sophomore year of college.

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