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Alicia Clarke <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 12 Aug 2015 12:02:05 -0400
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Subject: Internship Opportunity with the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program

Duties: The NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program is seeking an intern eager
to communicating the value of coral reef ecosystems and the body of
scientific research the program funds to conserve them. Potential duties

•	Support the planning and drafting of web features and social media
•	Identifying and compiling materials for a multimedia library; and
•	Support the planning of outreach activities that increase awareness about
coral reefs and the threats they face among key audiences.

This is an opportunity to gain hands-on experience framing and writing
content on a range of scientific and environmental topics connected to coral
reef ecosystems. The intern will also have the opportunity to build his/her
professional network through interactions with scientists and communication
professionals at NOAA headquarters and beyond.

Academic status: A junior, senior or graduate level student enrolled in a
communications, journalism program or biological science program.

Location: NOAA headquarters in Silver Spring, MD; the internship could also
be completed remotely

Start date: Flexible

Duration: A minimum of 3 months; number of hours per week are flexible.

Payment: This is an unpaid intern position; however, school credit can be

Application requirements: To apply for this position, please submit the
following by September 18, 2015:
•	Your resume with a cover letter
•	Most recent transcript (official or unofficial)
•	Three writing samples, and
•	Names and contact information of two references

About the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program: The Coral Reef Conservation
Program supports effective management and sound science to preserve, sustain
and restore valuable coral reef ecosystems for future generations. The
program is a partnership between several NOAA Line Offices that work on coral
reef issues.

Contact Person: Alicia Clarke
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Contact Phone Number: 301-563-1187
Website URL: http:// and