Did you know that NAMEPA offers an immersive internship program for high school and college students to Save Our Seas? Check out what our spring interns from high schools in Connecticut said about their experience!
Megan, a student at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy just wrapped up an internship with NAMEPA. We sat down with Megan to talk about her experience, and how this internship will help to shape her future career.
NAMEPA is teaming up with local high schools to spread knowledge and share opportunities with students interested in careers in the maritime industry and environmental conservation. NAMEPA’s mission is unique as it bridges the gap between commerce and preservation, making NAMEPA a quintessential example of the dynamic positions available in the field of marine science and maritime industries.
Americans use an estimated 500,000,000 plastic straws every day, which is equivalent to 1.6 straws for every man, woman and child. This is enough to circle the earth 2.5 times per day!
A goal of environmental education is to cultivate a generation of environmental stewards who can further spread awareness to entire communities. Project Skyros offers a camp that challenges young students on environmental problems. . .