Internship Opportunities

Explore Careers in Aviation and the Environment.

Developing the Future of our Workforce

Helping to prepare the next generation

Jump into exciting, real world internship opportunities for high school learners focused on a career in the environmental resilience and aviation. These immersive programs help in preparation for the life skills needed to succeed an help advance further these crucial industries in the state of Florida. Scroll down and learn more about EcoExplorers and Aviation Academy and find out more about jump-starting industry-focused careers!





For High School Learners Interested in Environmental Education

The EcoExplorers internship is a new program offered to high school learners interested in environmental education and the Everglades. The program combines MODS’ expertise in curriculum development and workforce readiness training. By taking part in the internship, learners will earn detailed, first-hand knowledge of the Everglades ecosystem while developing their workforce readiness skills. The paid internship consists of 40-hour summer training and field excursion experience and a 135-hour workforce development program. During the school year, learners will work at MODS by delivering detailed Everglades knowledge to Museum guests through exhibit tours, special events and the STEMobile. Application required.

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    Aviation Academy

    Aviation Academy

    For High School Learners Interested in Aviation

    Are you interested in an exciting paid internship, combining field studies in Aviation and workforce training at the MODS? Then this opportunity is for you! The Aviation Academy provides a yearlong paid internship for students entering grades 10-12 in a true field study program focusing on workforce development.

    Application submissions are due by May 17, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. Click here to learn more about the Aviation Academy.

    All Applicants will be notified by email by June 7, and the first orientation will be held on June 17, at the Museum.

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