Scientists, environmentalists, engineers, communicators, changemakers, movers and shakers wanted…
for a demanding, problem-solving, data-collecting, ocean trash removing, robot operating, action-taking, sailing, educating, inspiring, career-advancing internship.
Join Rozalia Project for one of three 2014 expeditions onboard the 60’ sailing research vessel, American Promise.
Following are the internships we have available this season. The right people are not just science and environmental studies majors, we consider and welcome people from any background and location. Ability to sail is not a pre-requisite. Being a great team-member, problem solver and someone who understands and is enthusiastic about Rozalia Project’s mission and the internship are prerequisites. Interns will take part in every aspect of the expedition. These internships are unpaid, we ask for a $150/week contribution toward food and supplies. Minimum age 18. Must love dogs (we have 2 Newfoundlands onboard).
1. May 19 - June 14
- Primary objective: Direct action campaign - saving a species critical to our north Atlantic ecosystem
- Geographic location: US Atlantic seaboard
- Topics, skills, activities emphasized during this expedition: fishery science and management, marine ecosystems, communication, neuston tows, data analysis, long distance sailing/passage making
2. July 6 - July 20
- Primary objective: Ocean cleanup and testing Rozalia Project’s solutions to the problem of floating and shoreline trash: low by-catch net and using unmanned aerial vehicles for documentation of shoreline and surface trash
- Geographic location: Gulf of Maine
- Topics. skills, activities emphasized during this expedition: research and development, problem solving, robotics (aerial), surface tows, data collection and analysis, communication
3. July 27 - August 10
- Primary objective: Marine debris cleanup on the shoreline, surface and seafloor with a focus on outlying islands off the coast of Maine
- Geographic location: Gulf of Maine, Downeast Maine
- Topics. skills, activities emphasized during this expedition: data collection and analysis, robotics (aerial and subsea), shoreline marine debris cleanup, communication
How to apply: Check out the full announcement then call, email, text, Tweet or send us a video… and tell us the following:
- Why or how Rozalia Project’s mission and work excites or inspires you
- Which expedition you would like to join and why
- Include your resume/cv
If you seem like a good fit (remember, we welcome all backgrounds, fit has more to do with attitude, energy and skills we need), we will contact you for a phone interview. That will be followed by us checking your references (we need 3: a teacher, an employer and a personal reference). Lastly, we will meet over Skype for one last conversation before we make a decision.
We use rolling admissions and will inform you of our decision either during, or soon after, the Skype interview. There are 3-6 internship opportunities per expedition. Spaces will fill up quickly!
Additional information about these internships can be found on rozaliaproject.org then click Interns & Crew under the Join Us tab. To apply: call Rachael at 802-578-6120 (mobile) or email your letter, or a link to your video, to: firstname.lastname@example.org