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[Deepsea] New Marine Internships Abroad from Global Vision International

james from gviworld.com via deepsea%40net.bio.net (by james from gviworld.com)
Tue Oct 20 03:04:30 EST 2009

Dear Sir or Madam:


Your students can gain valuable personal and professional development,
fieldwork experience and new qualifications on a marine internship with
Global Vision International after or during their studies. Internships
are available for periods from 5 to 20 weeks on a variety of GVI
programs within the fields of marine research. 


GVI's Marine Internships combine all the training and support included
on any GVI program with additional support from a specific staff
supervisor, weekly reviews, assessments, reflection periods and a final
evaluation. Longer-term internships also allow applicants the
opportunity to apply for paid or unpaid work overseas. Many university
students also find these are a great way to spend their Year Abroad. 


The Marine Internship develops your student's scuba diving, research and
field skills and their understanding of marine conservation. They may
attain skills and experience essential to working within a research
team, such as:

*	PADI Coral Reef Research Diver Distinctive Specialty, 

*	PADI Advanced Open Water, 

*	PADI Rescue Diver

*	PADI Dive Master certifications (excluding PADI professional

*	First Aid & CPR training (Emergency First Response

*	DAN O2 delivery course

*	Formal academic qualifications in Biological Survey Techniques
or Team Leading

*	Coral reef ecology

*	Turtle ecology and monitoring protocol all year round

*	Diving compressor training workshop with practical experience

*	Environmental education

*	Interpersonal skills and leadership skills


These new and exciting GVI Marine Internships really develop a students
professional scuba diving skills, personnel management, teamwork,
leadership and marine conservation knowledge and skills that would
provide valuable practical experience and enhance their academic


Please see the below links for examples of GVI's Marine Internships









I have also attached a PDF that provides further information on the wide
range of internships currently available, please feel free to share this
document. You can also visit http://www.gvi.co.uk/internships-abroad



Global Vision International 

Over 150 critical conservation and humanitarian projects in over 40
countries rely on GVI for on the ground support, promotion and direct
funding. GVI works locally with its partners to promote sustainable
development through environment research, conservation and education.
GVI participants benefit from exceptional support, training, internship
and traineeship schemes. For more information about GVI visit


Career Opportunities in the field

GVI offers a large range of jobs, internships and other exciting field
work placements in the fields of education, research, environmental
management and wildlife research alongside its partner organisations in
countries across the world. Candidates undertaking GVI internships or
traineeship placements will be in a much stronger position to apply for
paid field positions and many current GVI staff have obtained their
positions in this way. More details can be seen on
http://www.careersabroad.co.uk <http://www.careersabroad.co.uk/> . 


If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us


Kind regards,



 <http://www.gvi.co.uk/images/logo/logoGVI.JPG> 	James
The GVI Academic Desk
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