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Paid and Unpaid Internships are a great way to learn about different careers, as well as get experience that you can include on your resume and college applications.
UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES 2020
Exciting Spring Break STEM Enrichment Programs!
The Science Research Mentoring Program (SRMP) at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) is an opportunity for NYC high school students to conduct one year of scientific research with AMNH scientists.
Benefits of SRMP
A wide range of programs are offered at the NYC Department of Education’s Genovesi Environmental Study Center and NYC Center for Aerospace and Applied Mathematics; the Bronx Zoo; Central Park Zoo; Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum; Museum of the City of New York; New York Aquarium; New York Botanical Garden; New-York Historical Society; Prospect Park Zoo; Queens Botanical Garden; Queens County Farm Museum; Queens Zoo; Solar One; Staten Island MakerSpace; Staten Island Zoo; and Wave Hill. Students will meet and work with field experts in programs that feature real-world learning experiences. Don’t miss out, spots are limited and the application deadline is Monday, February 10.
Girls Who Code: The Summer Immersion Program is an annual, immersive 7-week program for high
school girls held in many cities across the country. Click HERE to learn more about this wonderful opportunity.
Cornell University's Summer College is one of the nation's longest-running and most highly regarded pre-college programs. It offers high school students an unparalleled opportunity to take courses at a great Ivy League university while earning college credit (recorded on an official Cornell University transcript), working closely with distinguished faculty, exploring majors and career options, prepping for college applications, and making friends from around the world.
Artslife is a paid summer internship program for rising sophomores and juniors in high school that combines art and design with leadership training, museum studies, and community engagement. Participants are introduced to museum careers such as Curatorial, Education, Development, Public Relations and Marketing, Visitor Services, Security, and Registrar. During the initial week, participants get to know one another and meet museum staff. During the remaining five weeks, participants work on collaborative projects with Museum staff, local designers, arts professionals who act as mentors. Students enjoy the first-hand experience and the broadest possible exposure to ongoing museum activities, both public-facing and behind-the-scenes.
Artslife interns will:
The two-week workshop begins on June 22, July 6 and July 20. To qualify, please apply online and register by April 30.
Youth Employment - Applications due
Service - Volunteer work presents a great opportunity for SJP students to prepare for the future, as well as to improve their community. In addition to boosting socializing skills and awareness of local organizations and social issues, students who volunteer often may have an advantage over their peers when headed off to college.
Do you love technology and your library? Want to make a difference in your community? Looking to build your resume and gain valuable work and leadership experience? Apply to BPL's T4 program!
Metropolitan Museum of Art: This exciting program offers paid opportunities for students who will be rising juniors or rising seniors during the summer of the internship. It allows students to connect with arts, museums, and creative professionals as they develop professional skills, network, and gain work experience.
Museum of Natural History: Are you interested in the sciences? There are courses in anthropology, astrophysics, earth science, genetics, biodiversity, and more. Each course makes use of the Museum's unique resources through hall visits, lab and collections tours, talks and lectures by scientists, and hands-on activities.
Each session is five weeks long, and courses meet once or twice a week from 4:30 - 6:30 PM. Students may attend only one course per session. These courses are free of charge!
Museum Finance Academy (First Come, First Serve) - MFA
Ladders for Leaders is a nationally recognized program that offers high school and college students the opportunity to participate in paid professional summer internships with leading corporations, non-profit organizations, and government agencies in New York City.
Homework Helpers at Variety Boy's and Girl's Club
Grades 1-4, between 3:30-4:30pm: Monday- Friday
21-12 30th Road
LIC, NY 11102
Contact Ms. Prager in 201S