Complete an internship application online.
Intern Opportunities include:
Ernest E. Stempel Foundation Summer Internship Programme for Bermudian Students (up to five internship positions annually).
The James W. Babcock Internship Program for an American Student (one internship position annually). Due to Covid-19 travel quarantine requirements, this internship opportunity will not be available this year. The John L. and Karen C. Pye Memorial Scholarship for a Canadian Student (one internship position annually). Due to Covid-19 travel quarantine requirements, this internship opportunity will not be available this year.
Positions are available in the Zoo, Aquarium, Marine Operations, Education or Conservation Research. Interns must commit to a six-week and a five-day work-week of uninterrupted duration. They must be registered in a university at upper-division undergraduate standing (i.e. Junior or Senior) or in a graduate programme. Students expecting to do research for credit towards a degree during their internship must liaise with their university advisor and programme supervisor in Bermuda before arriving in Bermuda to determine exact requirements, particularly the type of data collection and analysis that is expected.
Internships begin at 9:00 am on the fourth Monday in June and run for a period of six weeks each year. Interns should arrive in Bermuda on the Sunday prior to commencement of the internship. Accommodation will be booked through the Sunday following the end of the internship.
Applications must be submitted by March 15. Complete applications submissions will include:
- A completed application form
- A résumé with two references
- A transcript from your school’s registrar (it does not have to be an official copy)
- A letter of interest stating reasons for participating and desired personal outcome.
- Completed medical form
If you do not wish to apply online, you may download application documents and mail to: