Rip currents can be life threatening, but when swimmers are educated on identifying rip currents, their dangers, and how to deal with them, there is a much better chance of survival, and as a result, less rescues to be performed.
The Maryland Coastal Bays Program, a non-profit National Estuary Program, is seeking qualified applicants for two summer internships with a focus in environmental science & education. We are looking for highly motivated upper level undergraduates or recent graduates majoring in environmental science, environmental studies, biology, education, or other related fields. The internships will be split between working with the science & technical team and working on educational projects and programs.
Since 1996, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, a non-profit National Estuary Program, has been dedicated to preserving and restoring the waters and watershed near Assateague Island and Ocean City, Maryland. We are currently seeking qualified applicants for a paid seasonal position focused on environmental education and interpretation from March to November 2018. The chosen applicant will gain professional experience by training one-on-one with the MCBP Education Coordinator.