|Organisation :||Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland|
|Type :||Établissement d'enseignement|
|Mandat :||The Marine Institute's mission statement is "to foster economic development in strategic marine sectors of the Newfoundland economy, particularly the fishery and offshore development, and to enable Newfoundlanders to participate in the marine industry, nationally and internationally." MI International who manages the Global Graduate Placement Program is the international arm of MI. It's mission is "to enhance the capacity of the Marine Institute and its community partners to participate effectively in a global society and economy."|
|Adresse :||155 Ridge Road
St. John’s, Newfoundland and Lab,
FAX: (709) 778-0371
|Veuillez visiter le site Internet de l'organisation offrant ce stage pour connaître ses exigences avant de lui envoyer votre curriculum vitae.|
|Personne ressource :||Elsie Critch|
|Site Web en français :|
|Site Web en anglais :||www.mi.mun.ca/mi_international|
|Ville :||Dar es Salaam|
|Secteur :||Destination plurisectorielle ou transversale|
|Description du stage :||
The project primarily involves collecting data, conducting analysis, and
developing scientific reports and public awareness materials which describe the
current "state of the coast" initiatives undertaken by FAST.
The intern will undertake extensive predeparture preparation prior to their overseas posting including: research of host organization and country; health assessment /immunizations, travel arrangements and accommodations; access to intern resource centre/library; and one week prior to departure, all interns meet at MI for briefings. During the week, the interns will undertake consultations with former interns, faculty members, and expats; and participate in a three-day predeparture briefing conducted by The Centre for Intercultural Learning (CIL). This briefing includes: cross-cultural effectiveness (e.g. communicating with difficult people, emotional intelligence); culture shock awareness; personal and professional career planning and goal setting; health and safety; gender issues related to local context; international and country development issues; presentations to one another; and group work. Interns are trained in results based management and report writing. Interns are provided contact information for host organization and supervisor to allow for introductions, delineation of duties, and expression of desired outcomes or expectations prior to departure. Interns are also matched with a network of local/national/ international contacts within their field.
The intern, under the supervision of FAST, will participate in initiatives related to the description and analysis of the current state of the coast initiatives in Tanzania. Specifically the intern will work with members of FAST in collecting data from archival, publication and field sources on coastal zone issues; conduct reviews and analysis on the data collected; and develop information packages (reports, community media) which reflect these results in ways that are beneficial and relevant to the coastal zone stakeholders (government, community groups, academics).
|Organisation d'accueil :||University of Dar es Salaam|
|Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil :||The objective of the UDSM, Faculty of Aquatic Sciences and Technology (FAST) is to produce course material for the Diploma in Fisheries offered by FAST for potential government Fisheries Officers.|