Semester in Environmental Science graduates are encouraged to apply for undergraduate intern positions and summer field research assistant positions. This page serves as a link to postings for opportunities that are currently available through the Marine Biological Laboratory and other institutions.

Pictured: Former SES students at Toolik Lake, Alaska as part of a summer internship offered through the Ecosystems Center at the MBL and the National Science Foundation

Human Resources at the MBL
Most of the positions offered here will be processed through the Marine Biological Laboratory's Office of Human Resources, which also maintains a list of job opportunities at the MBL. You may also contact Human Resources directly at resume@mbl.edu

View all current job listings at the MBL >>>


The Student Conservation Assocation (SCA) website features Earth Work's JobNet, an online database of nationwide jobs for the environmental field, as well as updated information on all SCA programs including their volunteer and internship programs and the college career development program. Application is on a rolling basis. Go to SCA >>>

National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation. REU projects involve students in meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in research projects specifically designed for the REU program >>>

"The students who attend the MBL Semester in Environmental Science conduct much stronger thesis work, and are better writers and are more independent than those that attend some other off-campus programs.  I wish all my students would attend..."
Will Ambrose, Biology Professor, Bates College

Pictured: SES students at Toolik Lake, Alaska