Ideal candidates for this position would be an undergraduate student with interest in marine science. Responsibility will include:
- Collecting data (ex. MPA implementation date, what activities are permitted within the MPA) related to marine protected areas from online sources
- Participating in meetings with emLab and CI leadership, researchers, and staff
During this opportunity, the fellows will be able to gain experience working with environmental data, see how an interdisciplinary environmental research group operates, and gain practical knowledge of marine protection, environmental markets, and solutions-driven research.
Apply for this position via Handshake with either the: a) job number – 6399522; b) job title –Arnhold Environmental Undergraduate Fellow: Innovative Blue Water Marine Protected Area (BWMPA) Design, Implementation and Enforcement; or c) employer – Marine Science Institute.
In your application package, please include the following:
- Your resume
- A short cover letter (no longer than one page) that includes information on (a) any relevant work or volunteer experience that relates to the responsibilities and qualifications above and (b) your interest in marine science and conservation (c) if applicable, any information on demonstrated hardships as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic or how your participation would enhance diversity in the environmental sciences.