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Meet Our Interns

Hawaii Wildlife Fund has hosted an international roster of interns from all over world who spend a week or a month on Maui, getting hands-on experience through working on our various conservation projects. Read about some of our most recent interns below.

Jasmine Hawthrone helped with HWF's Honu Watch project and then wrote a research paper for her class at UC Berkeley on the basking phenomenon.
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Claire Kervran, while finishing her degree in Environmental Policy and GIS at Western Washington University, worked on all of HWF's Maui projects.
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Jorja Murphy, a marine science and conservation biology major, traveled from Australia in the fall of 2014 to serve as an intern with HWF.
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Sam Shaffer, a high school student, said this about her internship: I went to work every day excited about what different things I would learn and see.
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Kiwa Hasegawa
Kiwa Hasegawa's love of fauna and flora and her interest in nature conservation steered her to intern with HWF in November 2014.
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Hana Hamon, who comes from a small island near France, continued her work in conservation on Maui where she interned for HWF in September 2014.
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Eva Rodriguez Martinez
Eva Rodriguez Martinez took some time off from her veterinary studies to travel to Maui from Spain in April 2014 to learn about Hawaiian sea turtles.
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Tee Smith volunteered to educate beach goers about Hawaiian sea turtles during his internship with HWF during the Summer of 2014.
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