At-Sea Opportunities for College Students
|Rachel Gaines working on an ROV during her MATE Internship on the E/V Nautilus|
To help prepare students to be competitive and prepared for employment upon graduation, the MATE Center has developed the At-Sea Technical Internship Program. Interns work as marine technicians aboard sea-going research vessels that are part of the University National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS), the United States Coast Guard, and the Ocean Exploration Trust.
Do you want to understand the nitty gritty details of what it is like to be a marine technician? Check out the new Knowledge and Skill Guidelines for Oceanographic Instrumentation Technicians.
Click here to see a list of the MATE Internship Program alumni who participated in at-sea internships and where they are now.
Applications for the 2016 long-term internship, to be jointly hosted by the University of Hawaii and University of Alaska, are now closed. We hope to complete the selection process by the end of January.
Applications for the 2016 summer internships will open in February.
To see what our interns did in the past, check out their blogs!
If you have any questions or would like more information on the MATE Center, please contact the MATE Center using this form. We look forward to receiving your application and hope that the MATE Center will be able to help you achieve your academic and career goals!
MATE Internship Coordinator
Funding for this REU site is provided by the National Science Foundation’s Division of Ocean Sciences located in Arlington, VA. The NSF contact for this program is Lisa Rom, elrom@NSF.gov or 703-292-7709. NSF does not handle REU applications; please contact each REU site directly for application information.