Summer Research Internship
Project Terrapin offers students (graduate, undergraduate and in some cases, high school, an opportunity to gain experience in diamondback terrapin conservation, research and/or education. The hours are flexible. There are varying degrees of involvement, paid and unpaid. The Project Terrapin Summer Internship requires a commitment, but the experience gained is real-world and community-based. Please complete the questions below and we will provide you with more information and set up a possible remote meeting.