Connect With Quahog Bay
It’s always a great time to get involved in protecting the ocean.
The Quahog Bay Conservancy has great opportunities to get involved—join us and help preserve our beautiful bay. Choose the path that’s right for you:
EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
Our Education & Outreach program strives to create a balanced relationship between our community and the natural world. The program works by engaging community members with the marine ecosystem in a meaningful way, with the goal of promoting and enhancing environmental stewardship.
To encourage the development of Maine’s future marine scientists, QBC supports senior-level research projects by undergraduate students attending any university in the state. Since 2016, we have allocated $10,000 from our annual budget to support student capstone projects. Additionally, we work with local high schools to create hands-on opportunities for the next generation of environmental stewards.
QBC also hosts a number of educational events and workshops. Check the “Take Action” page on our website and follow us on social media for upcoming opportunities.
Rachel Borisko, Winner 2018
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Learn at Quahog Bay Conservancy
QBC has established a formal, competitive summer internship program for undergraduate students and recent graduates to support our staff on a portfolio of projects focused on fishery ecosystem research as well as community and education programs. Internships at QBC provide an opportunity to gain valuable work experiences at sea and in our lab. Check here in late January or early February to explore summer internship opportunities.
Thank you for your interest! We are currently offering three paid internship positions from June – September. If interested, please fill out the application on this page and submit with a resume to email@example.com. Please refer to the application for more information about the position or reach out with any questions you may have.
To encourage the development of Maine’s future marine scientists, QBC supports senior-level research projects by undergraduate students attending any university in New England. Since 2016, we have allocated $10,000 from our annual budget to support student marine science related capstone projects. If you need support for your project, we encourage you to apply.