Summer Research internships offer students enrolled in the five campuses financial support for summer research positions at approved marine laboratories. Juniors are given priority during selection. You do not need to be working on the certificate to be eligible for these internships.
***You must be an undergraduate attending Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College or the University of Massachusetts-Amherst to be eligible for these internships. Graduating seniors are not eligible.***
Note: Smith College students must apply for these internships through
the Smith College Environmental Science & Policy Program.
2015 INTERNSHIP PROJECT LIST (NOAA/NCCOS Web Portal)
New Projects were added February 6th, so you might want to check the list again!
Please note that only projects listed as "research" will be available for funding
through the FCCMS program.
You must apply for these internships using the application below.
Please do not contact anyone at NOAA, or internship project supervisors.
2015 INTERNSHIP APPLICATION is due March 2, 2015 (deadline has been extended)
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) labs, field sites, and National Estuarine Research Reserves (NERRs) all over the United States. Past internship opportunities have included participation in research on marine mammals, sea turtles, birds, seagrass, salt marsh ecology and restoration, fish biology/ecology and climate change.
Interns have the opportunity to gain valuable experience working in a research lab, performing data analysis, conducting fieldwork from small boats, and participating in research cruises on NOAA ships.
The program requires a 10-week commitment with a flexible start date. Stipends are
$3,800 if housing is not provided by the marine lab, and $3,000 if free housing is provided.
These internships may provide an excellent opportunity to work towards fulfilling FCCMS certificate requirements for field/lab work and independent research.