IMS Volunteer and Internship Opportunities

All jobs listed are non-paid positions unless otherwise specified. If you are interested in one of the positions, please contact the person listed, or click on the link associated with the position for futher information.


 

SEYMOUR MARINE DISOVERY CENTER MARINE SCIENCE EDUCATION POSITIONS

Description: Depending on time of year, participate as a volunteer or intern at a marine science interpretive center. Positions vary from classroom teaching, to visitor hall interpretation, to science program planning, to animal husbandry. See http://seymourcenter.ucsc.edu/get-involved/volunteer/ for more information about becoming a volunteer, or http://seymourcenter.ucsc.edu/get-involved/internships/ for more information about internships.

Date: Year-round

Location: Seymour Center at Long Marine Lab

Contact: volunteers@ucsc.edu

 


 

THE MARINE MAMMAL PHYSIOLOGY PROJECT

Under the direction of Dr. Terrie Williams, the Marine Mammal Physiology Project works with a variety of animals trained to voluntarily participate in the data collection process investigating the energetics, physiological, and biomechanical parameters of numerous species of marine mammals. In order to accomplish all the goals of the project, a large volunteer staff is employed to help care for and train these amazing animals. For additional information, and for application instructions, please visit http://www.mmpp.ucsc.edu/Marine_Mammal_Physiology_Project/Internships.html

 


 

PINNIPED COGNITION & SENSORY SYSTEMS LAB

The Pinniped Cognition & Sensory Systems lab (located at LML) is always in need of support for their research programs. If you are interested in volunteering or interning, please follow this link: Volunteer & Internship