2019 SUmmer Internship Positions will be Posted after the first of the Year.
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Our internships provide college students, or recent graduates, an opportunity to gain valuable experience in shark research and education. Summer internships are available in 2018, but please note that due to AWSC's status as a nonprofit research institution, positions offered by the AWSC College Intern Program are unpaid. If you have any questions regarding the the AWSC internship positions please email the AWSC's Education Director, Marianne Long, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take a moment to read through all of the information below prior to applying.
We ask for a minimum 14 week commitment (unless otherwise stated in the program description).
Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited university or college program at the undergraduate or graduate level OR be a recent college graduate to be eligible to apply for an Atlantic White Shark Conservancy internship. Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
Due to AWSC's status as a nonprofit research institution, positions offered by the AWSC College Intern Program are unpaid.
AWSC is unable to provide or arrange for intern housing. However, once candidates have accepted an internship offer, AWSC is able to offer a small list of housing options and can also put interns in communication with one another so that they may arrange for shared housing. We recommend that interns budget at least $750/month for housing.
Public transportation between AWSC and most local areas is available through the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority. Riders can pay per ride or purchase a 31-day bus pass, currently $60 (but check their website for updates). Also, https://capecod.craigslist.org/ is a great resource for finding bicycles for sale. Interns are responsible for providing or making arrangements for daily transportation to AWSC.
Internship Areas and Intern Duties
Detailed information on the AWSC programs that routinely accept college interns and intern job descriptions for each of these programs can be found below. Interns normally work 40 hours per week and follow center and field work rules of safety and regulation. Occasionally longer hours, weekends and/or nights may be required. Dress for most internships is casual with appropriate center or laboratory/field apparel and footwear. Positions in some divisions may require more professional attire.
Applicants must complete the online application form. As part of their online application all interns must upload a resume or CV, an unofficial transcript, and a letter of recommendation. More detailed instructions for preparing and submitting these materials are provided on the application page.
Detailed information on available intern positions are listed below.
Applications are due by February 2, 2018 for 2018 positions.