Summer 2023 Marine Science and Technology In-Person Advisor Program
During the summer 2023 season, Seaside Sustainability will introduce an in-person initiative as an extension of our Marine Science and Education team. The internship program will be local to our Gloucester, Massachusetts location, so we ask that all applicants are located within 30 minutes of our headquarters to be considered, as housing and transportation cannot be provided. The program currently runs for three months from June 1 to September 15, 2023, with an opportunity to extend involvement. We are currently searching for a class of Advisors that would be willing to start work remotely prior to the summer start time in preparation for the program. Projects will range from field work like coastal clean-ups to research on Mudflat Acidification Testing to eelgrass monitoring. These projects are important to maintaining the health of our ecosystem where Seaside is headquartered. If you are interested in all marine science and technology-related topics and are ready to get your hands dirty, this experience might be for you!
If you would like to learn more about our Marine Science and Technology team’s past projects and initiatives please click here.
Perspective Projects for Summer 2023
Seaside Sustainability Interns work on various projects throughout their time in our internship programs. During the summer program, interns can expect to rotate through projects of different subjects and have access to projects and fieldwork based on their interests. We are looking for part-time interns in high school, college, and beyond to work a minimum of 15 hours a week for the duration of the summer program that runs from May to August. For more information on our remote internship program and general internship information, please visit here.