The Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) is sponsoring an internship program for college students or graduates who are interested in gaining an educational experience in a world-class marine facility. ASLC internships offer a well-rounded, educational experience working in a variety of areas within the Center. Depending on the type of internship, duties may include assisting aquarium, avian or marine mammal staff with animal husbandry tasks; helping with marine-related research projects as well as teaching and/or preparing lessons in our education department. Interns will be required to participate in a variety of areas and all interns are required to participate to some extent in the interpretive aspects of our operation. Interns will not be permitted to participate in ASLC activities on vessels unless specified in the internship.
Eider (Sea Duck) Husbandry
Eider (Sea Duck) Laboratory
Interpretation - Avian
Interpretation - Education
Interpretation - Eider
Interpretation - Mammals
Interpretation - Marketing & Development
Interpretation - National Park Service
Interpretation - Steller Sea Lion Video Monitoring - Chiswell Project
Marine Animal Stranding Program
Marine Mammal Husbandry
Marine Mammal Research
Steller Sea Lion Video Monitoring - Chiswell Project
Veterinary Laboratory Assistant
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) the Center will make appropriate accommodations for interns with qualified disabilities whenever possible as long as the accommodation does not cause the Center or other intern’s undue hardship.