A work-study internship where teens assist professional teaching artists in classes for students ages six and up, then take an art class with other teens for free. Teens prepare art supplies, work one-on-one with students, and build their own communication, management, and teaching skills
Must be a high school sophomore, junior, or senior
Get ready for college—and beyond—in this paid professional development program for high school juniors. Successfully complete your college applications, visit college campuses, and build your resume as part of a world-class arts institution. Over the course of a year-and-a-half, this exciting program provides professional development that culminates with on-the-job arts administration training. Students will also have access to one-on-one mentorship, and be able to practice their communication skills.
CAPteen is a two-week mini-internship blending digital media & communications, personal & professional skills, and the creative arts through the lens of photojournalism. BCAPteens will learn about photography, complete visual storytelling assignments, develop an independent project, and create an online portfolio. Participants document the BCAP Summer Camp program in action. Independent projects are on a subject of the artist’s choice, and work from this project will be shared at a pop-up exhibition. BCAPteen interns earn a stipend and volunteer hours, while building skills, expressing their creative interests, and having fun. The program’s home base is BPL Central Library.
A free virtual afterschool program that connects social justice and the arts. Participants create movement, poetry, songs, and theater with young people all over the city with the support of BAM's dedicated and innovative teaching artists. Finish the program with an online sharing of your original, genre-bending new work!
A paid summer internship program 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.
Paid environmental internships allowing Vermont youth to gain hands-on experience with their natural environment. Youth build trails in Vermont greenlands, grow and harvest crops, and build structures. Youth also have access to several development workshops, networking opportunities, and lifetime friendships.
A summer enrichment program hosted at Cornell University where underrepresented high school students are able to learn about the medical field, enhance their reading and writing schools, and gain an education that is often difficult to access for those in underrepresented backgrounds.
Must be high school student, especially from underrepresented high school
A highly rigorous residential enrichment program here high school students take courses on Carnegie Mellon University's campus. Over the course of 5 weeks, students take lecture courses in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computer science. Participants are able to gain laboratory experience and take part in a team project. Students also have access to optional electives, guest lecturers, and networking opportunities.
Must be high school juniors who live in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at time of application
Participants are able to participate in immersive summer research in collaboration with Hofstra faculty. Students finalize their research with a poster session, which is open to all students and their families.
Students are able to carry out an independent research project under the mentorship of a postdoctoral fellow, graduate student, or research technician. Students will also be able to participate in extracurricular events, tours, and luncheons. Upon program completion, students will receive a stipend.
Students must meet the following criteria: Completion of at least the 9th grade by June 2020 •Must be 14 or older by June 29, 2020 •A genuine interest in science and laboratory research •3.5 GPA in science subjects