Non-Profit, Marketing Marine Environment Protection and Education
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) was officially launched in 2007. It is a maritime industry-led organization that engages marine businesses, government and the public to "Save Our Seas" by promoting sound environmental practices. NAMEPA operates as a nongovernmental organization committed to preserving the marine environment through educating seafarers, port communities and students about the need, and strategies, for protecting this important global resource.
The intern will aid the Education and Outreach Manager with the planning of education programs, volunteer events such as beach clean-ups, and social media outreach to “Save Our Seas.” The intern will also have the ability to attend maritime industry networking events and explore the dynamics of non-profit management. The intern will be involved in administrative and organizational support to the NAMEPA team including assisting with marketing materials, data entry and general office support. The intern will research current events in the marine industry relative to the NAMEPA mission.
This internship can be done remotely, but the intern will gain more worthwhile experience if able to travel to Southport, CT for various events and office meetings.
Preferred Skills and Interests
- Interest in marine environment and education, with a passion for protecting ocean resources.
- Pursuing or hold a degree in maritime industry, marine science, natural resources, or related field.
- Organized, timely, and a positive attitude.
- Familiar with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Facebook and other social media platforms.
Attire is casual, except for professional occasions
20-30 hours per week (flexible)
Unpaid, but possible stipend available
Please send a resume and letter of intent to Nina Quaratella, Education and Outreach Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or Lyn Harris, Chief Operation Officer, email@example.com.
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