Project Oceanology seeks in a seasonal Marine Science Education Intern a positive, energetic, and enthusiastic college student that enjoys science, the outdoors, and working with youth in an educational summer camp setting. Interns should have knowledge of group behavior, societal trends and influences, and developmental needs of the adolescent population. The Marine Science Intern will supervise summer campers, develop and teach marine science lessons under the instruction of Project Oceanology educators, and generally provide a safe, supportive and friendly learning environment.
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We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities that may include: administrative, labs (cleaning tanks, feeding critters, preparing equipment for use, etc), photography (including video, etc), marketing, grant writing, fundraising, maintenance (facility, boats, equipment), annual donation drive (mailing), tech support, outdoor activities, activities aboard vessels, and many other.