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  • Congratulations Mike Corey, Island Intern Contest Winner!

    Say hello to the new face of sustainable travel:

    Mike Corey, Island InternMike Corey, a 26-year-old world traveler with a background in biology and a serious yen for the wildest creatures and experiences on the planet – and our 2012 Isla Palenque Island Intern!

    He’ll be spending this summer on our wild island in Panama’s Gulf of Chiriqui: the stunning Isla Palenque, home to Amble Resorts’ premier eco-development.

    Everything we learned about Mike over the course of this ten-week contest has shown us that he’ll be able to hold his own among the island’s incredible native species of flora and fauna. His own story has been a natural progression from his innate fascination with wild creatures — “especially strange and slimy,” as Mike said in his video submission – to conservation management projects that took him far from his Canadian home, ultimately leading to international travel and a desire to communicate the value of experiences to others.

    Mike’s video application demonstrated his videography and media production prowess; his enthusiastic participation on social media throughout the competition demonstrated his ability to engage others in his quest to discover the world; and his written submission showed exactly why Mike’s inspiring story and the story of our undiscovered island should be intertwined. His talents made a powerful impression on the judges at Amble Resorts and the travel experts assembled to evaluate the candidates.

    “Mike seems to be doing exactly the right thing — he’s open, eager, and has a solid grasp of the newer media,” said Andrew McCarthy, Editor-at-Large for National Geographic Traveler, actor, writer, and director.

    Mike Corey, Island InternOver the past two weeks, the contest reached a competitive pitch as contenders ranging from accomplished environmental filmmakers and photographers to social media specialists and seasoned world travelers vied for the internship on Isla Palenque.

    Each of the finalists demonstrated their tremendous passion and uncommon ability to impart a sense of wonder about the world to their audience among the travel community.

    But what gave Mike an undeniable appeal, aside from his proven storytelling abilities both on-screen and on the page, was the prospect of inviting such an accomplished curator of the natural world to Isla Palenque, where we are certain he will be blown away by everything he encounters. We’re looking forward to learning about the creatures on our island and can’t wait to follow Mike on his explorations hiking, snorkeling, and diving in this spectacular little-known corner of the globe.

    Only our mysterious island, Isla Palenque, truly knows what’s in store for Mike Corey this summer. But we can’t wait to watch!

    Mike Corey, Island Intern

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    7 Responses

    1. Congratulations to Mike! His application video reflected a strong and positive person with incredible presence, and I am not surprised that he was chosen as the next intern. I look forward to his posts!

      Barb will be flying to Ecuador next week to help with last-minute preparations for the “The Mola Series – Then & Now,” which opens on the 18th and runs through the 1st of June. Life will slow down in June – just in time to tune in to Mike’s Isla Palenque’s experience!

      Siempre,
      Z

    2. Hands down, Mike was my favorite! I look forward to new posts about what he discovers! ! Z

    3. Congrats, Mike! Although I would’ve loved to be the Island Intern for this year, I can definitely see why the Isla Palenque team chose you. Good luck, have fun exploring, and take a few extra photos for me! I can’t wait to follow your adventures!

    4. Jamieson Bryan says:

      Congrats Mike!! You intrepid Contest WINNER YOU!! Looking forward to your expanding Biological and Zoological INSIGHTS throughout your Summer Adventure in Panama!!
      Can’t Wait for your first Post on FB!!
      Good Luck JB in Rainy Hong Kong!!!

    5. Sassy says:

      Congratulations Mike!

      My overly curious 9 year old son would like to know how many “mommy mosquitos” you encounter during your stay and, of course, how many bite you. 🙂

      Sounds amazing!

    6. Rachel Rachel Kowalczyk says:

      Ditto, Mike! I can’t wait for this summer. I feel so lucky that I’ll be among the first to read your dispatches from the island. Somebody needs to tip off the critters — Mike’s coming to Isla Palenque, and none of you is safe from his curiosity!

    7. Mike Corey Mike Corey says:

      This is such a dream come true. My whole life I’ve been flipping over rocks and rummaging through tide pools. Isla Palenque is the perfect eco-playground for somebody like myself to get truly lost and spend my days unearthing the mysteries that are still hidden on the island.
      I’m extremely excited to get started, and even more so to show everyone what I discover.
      June can’t come soon enough!

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    Mike Corey, Island InternMike Corey, a 26-year-old world traveler with a background in biology and a serious yen for the wildest creatures and experiences on the planet – and our 2012 Isla Palenque Island Intern!
    
    He’ll be spending this summer on our wild island in Panama’s Gulf of Chiriqui: the stunning Isla Palenque, home to Amble Resorts’ premier eco-development.
    
    Everything we learned about Mike over the course of this ten-week contest has shown us that he’ll be able to hold his own among the island’s incredible native species of flora and fauna. His own story has been a natural progression from his innate fascination with wild creatures -- “especially strange and slimy,” as Mike said in his video submission – to conservation management projects that took him far from his Canadian home, ultimately leading to international travel and a desire to communicate the value of experiences to others.
    
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    “Mike seems to be doing exactly the right thing — he’s open, eager, and has a solid grasp of the newer media,” said Andrew McCarthy, Editor-at-Large for National Geographic Traveler, actor, writer, and director.
    
    Mike Corey, Island InternOver the past two weeks, the contest reached a competitive pitch as contenders ranging from accomplished environmental filmmakers and photographers to social media specialists and seasoned world travelers vied for the internship on Isla Palenque.
    
    Each of the finalists demonstrated their tremendous passion and uncommon ability to impart a sense of wonder about the world to their audience among the travel community.
    
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He’ll be spending this summer on our wild island in Panama’s Gulf of Chiriqui: the stunning Isla Palenque, home to Amble Resorts’ premier eco-development.

Everything we learned about Mike over the course of this ten-week contest has shown us that he’ll be able to hold his own among the island’s incredible native species of flora and fauna. His own story has been a natural progression from his innate fascination with wild creatures -- “especially strange and slimy,” as Mike said in his video submission – to conservation management projects that took him far from his Canadian home, ultimately leading to international travel and a desire to communicate the value of experiences to others.

Mike’s video application demonstrated his videography and media production prowess; his enthusiastic participation on social media throughout the competition demonstrated his ability to engage others in his quest to discover the world; and his written submission showed exactly why Mike’s inspiring story and the story of our undiscovered island should be intertwined. His talents made a powerful impression on the judges at Amble Resorts and the travel experts assembled to evaluate the candidates.

“Mike seems to be doing exactly the right thing — he’s open, eager, and has a solid grasp of the newer media,” said Andrew McCarthy, Editor-at-Large for National Geographic Traveler, actor, writer, and director.

Mike Corey, Island InternOver the past two weeks, the contest reached a competitive pitch as contenders ranging from accomplished environmental filmmakers and photographers to social media specialists and seasoned world travelers vied for the internship on Isla Palenque.

Each of the finalists demonstrated their tremendous passion and uncommon ability to impart a sense of wonder about the world to their audience among the travel community.

But what gave Mike an undeniable appeal, aside from his proven storytelling abilities both on-screen and on the page, was the prospect of inviting such an accomplished curator of the natural world to Isla Palenque, where we are certain he will be blown away by everything he encounters. We’re looking forward to learning about the creatures on our island and can’t wait to follow Mike on his explorations hiking, snorkeling, and diving in this spectacular little-known corner of the globe.

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