WOC Internship Program

4 April 2021


WOC Invites Graduate Students and Early Career Professionals to Apply for 3 Month Internships

The World Ocean Council (WOC) - the Global Blue Economy Business and Investment Organization - is seeking talented and motivated persons with an interest and ambition to help ensure the ocean health and sustainability by working with the WOC and the ocean business and investment community on the projects outlined below.

Time duration: Three months, from early
June to late August
Location: Virtual
Application deadline: 30 April

Each WOC Intern will participate in one of the following WOC Program Projects that the intern has successfully applied for:
  • Global Blue Economy Communications and Events
  • Young Ocean Professionals
  • Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) Treaty
  • SMART Ocean-SMART Industries (SO-SI)
  • Biofouling and Invasive Species
  • Ocean Investor Roundtable/Ocean ESG Framework
  • Global Blue Economy Innovation Initiatives Network
  • Ocean Restoration/CO2 Removal Roundtable
  • Port/Coastal Infrastructure Adaptation and Resilience
  • 30 x 30 Marine Conservation/Marine Protected Area (MPA) Campaign
  • Small Islands and Blue Economy Business Development
  • Ocean Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Working Group

Interns will also participate in a Self-Identified Learning Project regarding ocean sustainable development. The project should focus on a question of professional, personal or societal significance that the intern is passionate about and motivated to pursue.

For Internship Program details click here.

For Internship Program application click here.

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