2023 Internship Opportunities
The focus of the MORAES internship is to provide an opportunity for students to get involved in the local marine science community and to gain valuable experience within the marine and environmental field. Our competitive internships offer opportunities to engage in applied research/publishing, volunteer management, education outreach, and much more!
Selected applicants will work with our team on current projects, focusing on solutions to local environmental issues through innovative research and conservation techniques. As an intern for MORAES, you will be absolutely pivotal in achieving success for our organization, but it's just as important for you to get as much out of the experience as possible! For more information, check out the listings below!
Cetacean Aerial Survey Project (CASP) Bottlenose Dolphin Internship
As a Cetacean Aerial Survey Project (CASP) Intern, you will be pivotal in conducting bottlenose dolphin surveys, collecting data and analyzing dorsal ID and morphometrics in order to develop a baseline BCS for bottlenose dolphins in Florida Bay. This internship will require ~10 hours/week. Intern is paid a stipend per field day, with additional opportunities available. The selected applicant will work independently and is expected to assist in field work based out of Dolphin Research Center in Grassy Key, FL once every other month.