Earthwatch expeditions provide individuals with opportunities to participate in hands-on scientific research all over the world. We also partners with schools, businesses, governments, and other philanthropic organizations to enable a broad range of people to learn and change the world through our experiential model.
Staff members at Earthwatch develop, manage, market, and recruit for our varied expeditions, programs, and partnerships. Earthwatch does not employ the scientists or research staff that runs the expeditions we support; they generally work for universities or other research institutions.
We currently have the following positions available.
24 March 2015
Earthwatch seeks a research intern for 3-4 days a week for 6 months, joining our programme on forest carbon cycling in fragmented temperate forests. This is an opportunity to gain experience working on a long-term carbon monitoring project at Wytham Woods in Oxfordshire, led by our project scientists. Our experiment monitors changes in the carbon budget of the woodland due to climate. As research intern for this project, you will help deliver science engagement with our volunteer field teams. You will gain further skills in a range of field techniques – highly relevant for a career in ecological science.
Earthwatch is an equal opportunity employer.
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