|Employer:||Herring Gut Learning Center|
|Internship Title:||Summer Camp Marine Educator Intern|
|Location:||Port Clyde, Maine|
|Period of Engagement:||Each Summer|
|Compensation:||Yes – bi-weekly stipend totaling $2,300 and on-site housing provided|
|Description of the Internship:|
|The Herring Gut Learning Center is a non-profit marine education center in Port Clyde, Maine. The Center fosters the economic, social, and environmental resilience of coastal communities through student and public education programs and partnerships that focus on marine resources.
The goal of the Center’s summer camp program is to inspire young people to explore, discover, and learn about Maine’s marine resources through the unique hands-on Herring Gut experience. Summer Camp Marine Educator Interns will run the Herring Gut Marine Science Summer Camp and will report to the Camp Director. The Camp will run for multiple week long sessions beginning in early July and ending in mid-August. Each session will be Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with the exception of a mini-session held in mid-August. Duties before and after camp will include shuttle services and camp clean up. The internship will run from approximately July 5th through August 19th, allowing time for training and debriefing.
|The Summer Camp Marine Educator Intern(s) will help manage the camp with program, education, and administrative responsibilities. Through this internship, successful candidates can expect to gain valuable marine science experience, teaching experience, and develop leadership skills. Responsibilities will include the following:
|1. To apply, send your cover letter, resume and two references to Olivia O’Hara at: email@example.com,, or mail it to the Herring Gut Learning Center, P. O. Box 286, Port Clyde, Maine 04855.|
|2. Notify your faculty member and forward a copy of your application materials to UMF’s Partnership at: firstname.lastname@example.org|
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