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What kind of internship work does one have to do in the marine biology field?

I'm planning to get an Associates degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences before getting a Bachelors in Marine Biology.

Thank you comment icon Hi Leo! Although I am not in the Marine biology field, I have found a website that has quite a few posted internships within the Marine biology field. Another great place to locate internships in this field, and to gain a greater understanding on what a "day in the life" looks like, would be LinkedIN.com. Thank you, Trevor Trevor Szymczak

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I would start by getting into the field in what ever way possible. Look for volunteer opportunities at your local wildlife areas or parks, look for part time jobs, or research assistant positions at your school. Aquariums also usually have volunteer opportunities. For interning, what matters is that you find something that fits your interests in the field. Doing what you find fun or stimulating will carry you much further than a boring “prestigious” internship. That being said Woods Hole, Marine Biological Laboratory, NOAA, Scripps, VIMS, and most coastal public university like U of Washington are good places to start.
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