Internships at the Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI) provide an exciting opportunity for early career scientists to gain real life experiences in marine science education, communications, research, and field station operations. We maintain active field research and education programmes in the Cayman Islands supported by a team of scientists, educators, outreach and communications coordinators.
Information about current internship positions available can be found HERE. Read on below for bios of current and past CCMI interns.
The Edmund F. and Virginia B. Ball Ocean Science Scholars Programme supports students at the beginning of their science careers, serving to inspire, mentor and create a flow of opportunity for local students with an aptitude in this discipline.
This programme provides for two local, Caymanian students annually to come to the Little Cayman Research Centre for a period of 3 to 6 months and work alongside researchers and educators, building skills and opening doors to future educational and professional opportunities.
Art & Phyllis Grindle Foundation Interns