Explore the stories of 2011 CBE summer fellows
Ten Monterey Institute students describe the Center for the Blue Economy Summer Fellowships – fully funded summer positions with top marine organizations around the world -- as “amazing” and “insanely relevant” to their career goals.
Adam Fullerton (MAIEP '12) talks about working on sea turtle and lobster conservation in Washington D.C. and Ecuador.
As a Center for the Blue Economy Fellow, Alyssum Pohl had "my dream internship handed to me on a silver platter."
Colleen Beye (MAIEP '12) traveled to Baja California to work with a local sea turtle conservation group.
Lisa Johnston (MAIEP '12) talks about her work over the summer with the IUCN's Blue Carbon Initiative.
Silvia spent the summer working at WildAid in San Francisco as one of the Center for the Blue Economy Fellows.
While interning at the International Union for the Conservation of Nature in Ecuador, Amanda Sackett (MAIEP '12) had the opportunity to attend the Convention on Biological Diversity conference.
As a Center for Blue Economy Fellow, Frank Reynolds (MAIEP '12) spent the summer in Austin, Texas working on a tri-national agreement for shark conservation.