Fall: Museum Assistant/Education Intern
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine is seeking interns for the education & museum program for the Fall season.
Internship duties include assisting with programs at schools and other public arenas, giving museum tours, and attending fairs/festivals to help share our mission with the public.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and be in good physical condition, including being able to lift 40 lbs. Interns must be available for at least one WEEKEND day, and will work with the education coordinator to develop a schedule. All internships are unpaid. No lodging is provided, and interns must have their own transportation. However, students may apply with their college/university to receive college credit. Experience is not required. Both undergraduates and recent graduates are encouraged to apply.
Start and end dates are flexible, but ideally, intern will start in September and finish up in December.
Spring: Field Stranding Technicians Assistant
This internship involves assisting our Field Stranding Technicians with the rescue and rehabilitation of stranded seals and sea turtles in New Jersey.
Cleaning and maintenance of all animal holding areas, preparing for and performing daily feedings and assisting the Field Stranding Technicians in stranding response, medical procedures and releases.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, be in good physical condition, as well as be able to lift 40 lbs. The Spring Internship runs from February through June and interns must be available for at least two 4 hour shifts per week. The internship is unpaid; however, students may apply with their college/university to receive college credit. No lodging is provided and interns must have their own transportation. Experience is not required, and both undergraduates and recent graduates are encouraged to apply.
Information regarding the application process for Spring internships will be available in the fall - please check back then.