Safe Harbor's Intern Program offers a wide range of opportunities for continuing education and participation in our interdisciplinary Coastal Restoration projects.
Interns should have reasonably developed skills: taking and using notes; communications; organization; basic computer programs; understanding proper dress for weather; multi-tasking; and tracking details. Interns are expected to complete the Basic Orientation Program and continue their educational growth through Safe Harbor's publications and Seminars. The Intern position is a part time, paid position. We have no restrictions for work experience, age or educational background but there are limited openings for Interns. We set up flexible, part time schedules and Interns are assigned a Mentor to provide ongoing support.
How will our Intern Program help you grow?
What should Interns be prepared for?
College Credit: We have created an educational partnership with Cape Cod Community College, allowing Interns to receive College Credit for their work with us. Contact Catherine Etter, who is coordinating their Intern Program. email@example.com
or phone 508-237-3724 for more information.
INTERN READING: Additional Required Materials after Orientation
Research Guidelines; Field Guide; Stormwater Management; Concrete Management; Dirty Dozen Invasive Vegetation; BIOLOG Information; Beach Grass Planting; Deconstruction; Making Land from Air-Biomimcry Techniques; Biomimicry Results; Piping Plover Information; Resource Recycling Initiative; Steep Slope Stabilization; Conservation Commission Directory; Anomalous Coastal Erosion; Site Specific Risk Assessment
INTERN SEMINARS: Additional Seminars after Orientation
Sustainability; Resource Areas and Permitting; Hydrology; Coastal Ecology: Coastal Process; Coastal Ecology: Ecosystems; Coastal Ecology: Indicator and Sentinel Species; Coastal Ecology: Land Management Plans; Erosion Control; Construction Management: Construction phases; Construction Management: Storm water; BioEngineering; Green Building; Green Energy; Sustainability; More Intense Storms; Biomimicry Development; Ecosystem Services (Ecological Economics)