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The internship at CEP is proving to be even more interesting than I thought; the working environment is really peaceful and there’s always something interesting to do. I’m learning many useful things, improving my skills and understanding the real meaning of working in an international organization.
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Alberto Corti
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My first week at the UNEP CAR-RCU office flew by and I have really enjoyed it so far. After a fairly painless trip into Kingston, I spent my first few days in the office orienting myself, getting to know co-workers, figuring out the routine, reading about the SPAW Protocol in order to be familiar with the material, etc.
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Andrew Schwieder
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My first month as an intern under the SPAW programme has gone by very quickly. So far I’ve primarily been working on the resources that are distributed on behalf of the SPAW Programme, which have included updating the SPAW Factsheet .
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Andrew Schwieder
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My time with the SPAW sub-programme at the offices of the Regional Coordinating Unit of the United Nations Environment Programme , Caribbean Environment Programme, has come to an end far faster than I had anticipated. I really enjoyed my time in the office.
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Andrew Schwieder
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My first week in Jamaica and in the UNEP CAR/RCU office has been exciting and informative. I’ve learned a lot about UNEP and the projects the office is currently working on by reading though various documents and by talking to the staff. Everyone in the UNEP CAR/RCU office is very helpful and welcoming;
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Lacey Dannenberg
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This past month has been even more exciting and eventful than the first. In general I have enjoyed living in a house filled with roommates from all around the world, all who are trying to accomplish different things. I have also enjoyed exploring the island, especially Kingston; there is always something to do.
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Lacey Dannenberg
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It is amazing how fast three months come to an end. I have been able to see and accomplish so much in Jamaica. It has been an exciting adventure. With my fellow interns, I have been able to see beautiful landscapes, ranging from the Blue Mountains and Reach Falls to the white sand beaches of Negril.
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Lacey Dannenberg
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My first week here at the UNEP CAR-RCU office has been great.  I have spent the majority of my time researching UNEP’s various sub-programmes, projects, and literature.  Everyone at the office is incredibly welcoming and willing to help myself and other interns find our way about Jamaica.  I am slowly beginning to place the names with the abundance of smiling faces.
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Kate Busse
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My internship with the Caribbean Environment Programme has been a great learning experience thus far.  I have spent the past month constructing a technical report of various GEF projects. In doing so, I have learned a great deal about the demonstration projects of IWCAM (Integrating Watershed and Coastal Areas Management).
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Kate Busse
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Woah, time has really flown by. The last month of my internship has certainly been a blur. I have spent the majority of July working on my technical report. Highlights from the month include the intern mid-term presentation and capacity building meeting and a site visit to the western side of the island. I have also been working on a project matrix that has really helped me familiarize myself with all of the various projects that UNEP-CEP is involved with. 
Located in Vacancies & Internships / Blog / Kate Busse