Internship supplemental information form

Applications are now open. Applications after 8 am (0800 hours) PST on February 7th, 2022 will not be reviewed.
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    Additional funding is available (thanks to a grant from the Maxwell/Hanrahan Foundation) to support students traditionally not represented in STEM fields. This can also include students from Minority Serving Institutions, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Tribal Colleges, and first generation college students. If you are interested, please select yes

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    Potential internship project: Please review the potential intern project descriptions and select the mentor for your preferred project(s) below. You must list at least one preferred project/mentor. If you want to apply for more than one project, please list additional projects/mentors.*

    Only one recommendation letter is required for the application: (Include at least one). You are responsible for ensuring that letter is sent to MBARI either by email (preferred, in pdf format), fax, or post (letters must arrive by the deadline, not just postmarked by the deadline).

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