In Ecological Research, Environmental Education, or Land Management at Archbold Biological Station or MacArthur Agroecology Research Center
Post-Baccalaureate, Graduate, or Undergraduate Levels
Conduct Independent Research or Train in Land Management or Education
Would you like an internship that offers the opportunity for you to be trained in a superb field station setting, to design your own independent project, and provide you with real-world experiences and challenges?
Living and working in a superb field station setting
Participating in a lively intellectual atmosphere with many scientists and interns
Designing and completing an independent research, education, or land management project
Benefitting from Archbold’s strong tradition of mentoring interns and helping to publish their results
Gaining relevant preparation for graduate school
Building critical skills (field methods, statistics, presentations, writing, project management, public education)
Archbold's Post-Baccalaureate Internship program is one of only a few programs in the United States that allows recent graduates to gain research experience before they commit to a graduate program. See "The Postbac: One or two years that make careers," in Science Careers, from the journal Science, (10 Aug. 2007), that features Lauren Sullivan, Archbold Plant Lab intern.
Lyndsey O’Polka, 2007 Education Undergraduate Intern from Clarion University, with Poser
Zachery Forsburg, Restoration/Herpetology Lab Graduate Intern from Shippensburg University
Archbold Biological Station
123 Main Dr
Venus, FL 33960