Pinnacles’ experienced scientists and project managers are able to provide excellent project management and oversight services to our clients. Pinnacle focuses on environmental due diligence, feasibility and risk assessment studies to identify potential short and long term risks associated with port dredging and related coastal development.
It’s often difficult to fit into our busy schedules, but so important to make time for safety training. CPR/First Aid training is typically required every 1 to 2 years. With frequent practice, this knowledge becomes second nature and skills become muscle memory. Eight years ago, we established a Rescue Diver training program which we offer every year similarly to CPR/First Aid training.
Pinnacle is seeking applicants for internships for 2023! Spring internships run from February to May, summer internships run from June to August, and fall internships from September to November. We are looking for candidates that are pursuing a degree in marine biology, environmental science, or related field, that are eager to gain experience in the environmental field, and are expecting to graduate in 2023 or 2024.
The successful candidates will assist with a variety of ongoing field activities in marine, estuarine, and coastal environments at various domestic locations. Additionally, interns will be assigned an independent project, based on their interests and educational background. Upon completing their independent project interns will present their work to local scientists in South Florida.
Both paid and unpaid internships are available depending on experience. If you are interested in being considered for one of our internship opportunities please submit a cover letter with CV/resume to email@example.com.
There is no official cutoff date for this opportunity. We will announce when we have found our new intern(s)!