If you are interested in working virtually with seniors during the pandemic, then COVID networks is for you! Different chapters around the US and the world are organizing to help senior centers, with one-on-one conversations, trivia games, music, and more! you can become a volunteer, or, if you want to take a leadership role, you can also apply to become an officer in your chapter!
YEI EconClubs have the unique opportunity to apply to offer a Financial Literacy Introduction Program (FLIP) within their community. EconClubs accepted to FLIP will be paired with a partner nonprofit organization to deliver financial literacy workshops to underserved youths.
The Futures and Options Internship Program provides students from New York City with critical work-readiness training and opportunities to gain firsthand work experience as interns with a dynamic range of business partners. This program also introduces motivated young men and women to the fields that they are interested in.
Students can explore oil painting, observational drawing, collage, abstract design, art criticism, and more during this program at the Arkansas School for Math, Science, and the Arts! Essentially, students will gain a comprehensive overview of art mediums and style—making them more informed and thoughtful artists.
A nationally recognized extracurricular program for high school students in the Greater Boston area. Participants are mentored by construction managers, engineers, and architects as they are taught the basics of engineering design. Students work to develop their own building projects by the end of the program.
EARN is a highly selective program for members of YEI affiliated EconClubs who are truly passionate about economics and want to gain real-world experience. EARN leverages YEI’s connections to match motivated students with economics internships at top universities and companies.
Volunteer opportunities abound in the Department of Parks and Recreation. You can volunteer to assist at fun special events like Family Skate Night and Arlington Palooza, help individuals with disabilities learn to swim, help to remove invasive plants from our parks, and much more.
Encouraging people to sign up for the National Marrow Donor Program. You would be using your smart phone or tablet to reach out to people and walk them through the process of signing up as potential donors.
Participants take on the role of disease detectives, use epidemiologic and laboratory skills to probe a disease outbreak, and learn first-hand how CDC safeguards the nation’s health.
Maintain good academic standing (minimum 2.0 GPA) 16 years of age or older Provide work permit if 17 years old and under Provide parent/guardian consent if in high school and 18 years old and under Pass a background investigation Meet VISA requirements for non-citizens
The National Agricultural Library (NAL) is always looking for bright, talented people to help develop innovative services, programs, and exhibits. Unpaid internships and volunteer opportunities are available across the library. Applicants can step into projects or opportunities NAL hopes to fill, or applicants can customize an internship or volunteer position to fit special interests or career goals upon request and subject to staff availability. High school students ages 16 and up are eligible to apply.