[Coral-List] CANADIAN STUDENTS: Funded Marine Science Summer Internships in Bermuda - JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT TO APPLY!

Chloe Newcomb Hodgetts Chloe.Nh at bios.edu
Thu Mar 6 12:13:52 EST 2014

Dear Canadian Student Coral-List Subscribers,

There are just a few days remaining to apply for a funded marine science summer internship at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) in 2014.

The Canadian Associates of BIOS (CABIOS) provide support for Canadian students to participate in BIOS's educational programs and research internships. Students enrolled in Canadian colleges/universities are eligible to apply for CABIOS funding. Canadian students enrolled in universities outside Canada, but who intend to return to Canada after graduation are also eligible for funding. CABIOS intern scholarships cover the cost of accommodation and meals, and include a small student stipend as well as a contribution to the costs of supplies and other expenses associated with the intern's research project. However, scholarship funds do not cover travel expenses to Bermuda.

For the summer of 2014, CABIOS will fund two internships. Students have 7 projects to choose from which are listed here: http://www.bios.edu/uploads/CABIOS_Intern_Projects_2014.pdf

The application deadline for a CABIOS internship is March 10 2014, an application form can be downloaded here: http://www.bios.edu/uploads/CABIOS_Internship_Application_Form.pdf

Interested students can find more detailed application instructions, and general CABIOS information here: http://www.bios.edu/education/canadian-associates-of-bios/

Any questions regarding applications may be directed to BIOS's Education Department at education at bios.edu<mailto:education at bios.edu>.

Chloé Newcomb Hodgetts
Education Coordinator

Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS)
17 Biological Station, St. George's GE 01, Bermuda
T 441 297 1880 x115

BIOS, founded in 1903 as the Bermuda Biological Station, is an independent U.S. not-for-profit organization and Bermuda Registered Charity committed to ocean science for human good.

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