While MLML graduate students provide direction and supervision, interns are allowed creative freedom in many of the projects and activities they are assigned. This provides valuable ‘real world’ work experience while instilling a sense of responsibility and ownership over work products. The more enthusiastic, creative, and driven an intern is, the more rewarding and useful this internship will be for professional development.
The Fisheries and Conservation Biology Lab/Starr Lab focuses on collecting biological information about fish species, with an emphasis of using this information to influence management.
Interns must be organized, self-motivated, and reliable. High quality oral and written communication skills are essential. The expected time commitment is 12 to 20 hours per week, with a duration of 3 to 6 months.
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