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2019 INTERN BLOG SERIES – WEEK 2

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Due to the Memorial Day weekend, we began our week on Tuesday with internship headshots and an Everglades 101 discussion led by Dr. Kristie Wendelberger. During the discussion, we took a deeper look at the causes of Everglades degradation and how the Foundation works to protect and restore it. In particular, I was drawn to … Read More

2019 INTERN BLOG SERIES – WEEK 1

Saturday, May 25, 2019

And we’re off!! Hello! We’d like to introduce ourselves as the 2019 John Marshall Everglades Interns! We’re extremely blessed and excited to be working with the Foundation, learning more about all facets of Everglades restoration. My name is Natalia Turkel and I am the Digital Communications intern, blogging on behalf of us four. Joined with … Read More

John Marshall Everglades Interns 2019 Capstone Projects

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

2019 John Marshall Everglades Internship Capstone Project Examples: Science Communications Intern (2 openings): 1) Manage the creation of the Science Insider Magazine. The intern manages, edits, and coordinates the projection of this science based magazine used to promote the good work of the Foundation’s science team. An example of last year’s Science Insider can be … Read More

John Marshall Everglades Intern Week 6 Blog 2: Orchid Poaching, intern style

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Week 6 Blog 2: Orchid Poaching, Intern Style One of the sawgrass prairies in Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park. Thursday was a welcome change of pace starting with a brutal morning routine at 5:00 a.m. (I’m more of a night owl myself). We met with Fakahatchee Strand’s Park Biologist Mike Owen, who gave us a … Read More

John Marshall Interns 2018 Week 6, Blog 1: Office Shenanigans

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Week 6, Blog 1: Office Shenanigans Left to right: Natalie, Cady, Zion, and Bella busy at work on their individual projects. This week has marked the close of our many fun adventures as we settled down in the office to work on our projects. Our only break was a trip to Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State … Read More