Overview

The Cape Eleuthera Institute maintains active field research in The Bahamas focusing on sea turtle and shark ecology, coral reef restoration and monitoring, and sustainable fisheries. Interns will get the chance to enjoy life at the research station, learn about the wildlife and their habitats, see unique wildlife in marine environments including remote Caribbean beaches and coral reefs, and explore the island of Eleuthera. Our mission encompasses research, education and outreach, and is dedicated to raising awareness about environmental conservation.
CEI is seeking highly motivated early career scientists to work as interns supporting our research projection. Interns are critical in fulfilling our mission, and are given the unique opportunity to participate in field-based and analytical research. The successful candidates will be actively engaged with vibrant community of visiting and resident researchers and students.
 
Qualifications:
 
Applicants should have completed or be in the process of completing a relevant undergraduate degree Ideal candidates are working towards a career in marine ecology, environmental education, or other related fields Candidates must be comfortable swimming and be prepared to work on boats in adverse weather conditions Please send a cover letter and CV in a single file with contact information for two references to [email protected] by March 1. 2018