Cape Eleuthera Institute Internship-Sustainable Food Production and Marine Biology
The Cape Eleuthera Institute is a facility that promotes a connection between people and the environment.
CEI has a vibrant intern program designed to award individuals the opportunity to learn and contribute to all aspects of operating a remote research and education facility. We provide an intellectually rigorous atmosphere that allows new and returning members of our community to gain a deeper understanding of research projects, visiting educational programs, or systems at CEI.
CEI offers internships to individuals hoping to gain hands-on experience in areas related to sustainable food production and marine biology.
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Internships are now available in the following areas: Open Ocean Aquaculture, Aquaponics, Permaculture, Shark Research and Conservation, Flats Ecology Intern, Lionfish Research and Education Intern, Queen Conch Research Intern, Outdoor Education Intern, Systems Intern
Costs cover room and board, three meals a day on campus, airport transfers, internet, professional development and networking with researchers from across the globe. Based on program schedule interns may have opportunity to experience kayaking, snorkeling, swimming, community outreach and island exploration.
$700 per month for Spring, Summer, and Fall 2013.
|Semester||Program Dates||Application Deadline|
|Spring 2013||January 14 – June 14||October 1, 2013|
|Summer 2013||June 17 – August 10||April 1, 2013|
|Fall 2013||August 12 – December 15||May 1, 2013|