Jobs & Internships

Search here for STEM-related internships and job opportunities for high school students, college students, and professionals in the Cape region. Add your own listing using the button below. Check back often as new posts are added regularly! Questions? Contact: director@capecodstemnetwork.org

Internship

Marine Education Intern

The Center for Coastal Studies

The Center for Coastal Studies is a non-profit organization dedicated to conducting scientific research with emphasis on marine mammals of the western North Atlantic and on the coastal and marine habitats and resources of the Gulf of Maine. CCS has been conducting research and marine and coastal educational programs on Cape Cod for 42 years.

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Conservation Agent

Town of Barnstable

Provide technical assistance to the Conservation Commission in enforcing the provisions of conservation and wetlands protection laws and regulations.

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Internship

NMLC's MAR & Environmental Education Internship

The National Marine Life Center

National Marine Life Center's Marine Animal Rehabilitation & Environmental Education Internship. The National Marine Life Center (NMLC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to rehabilitating and releasing stranded marine mammals and sea turtles in order to advance science and education in marine wildlife health and conservation.

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Harbor Assessment

Cape Cod Commission

The Cape Cod Commission is seeking interns to help complete an assessment of harbors in the four towns of Provincetown, Chatham, Dennis, and Falmouth. The project will identify and, where possible, quantify the infrastructure and various economic activities associated with harbors on Cape Cod relative to the costs of maintaining the harbors. This information will be used to assess threats to harbor viability and identify the net benefits of continued operations. The goal is to develop an assessment methodology that can be deployed more widely, leading to improved harbor planning and the long-term viability of the region’s harbors.

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