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Improv Boston Teen Internship

Description

An internship where Boston high school students assist Improv Boston instructors in teaching students 8-13 how to perform in improv shows, and may perform shows themselves. Interns gain valuable work experience, comedy techniques, and mentorship skills.

Eligibility

Must be a high school student

Date

Deadline

None specified

Student Conservation Association Youth Programs

Description

The SCA encourages youth to play a more active role in the preservation of the enironment. Several programs are offered for youth, all of which prong youth together for environmental restoration efforts.

Eligibility

Must be 15-19 years old

Date

All Year

Deadline

Rolling Admissions

Newton Community Farm High School Internship

Description

The Newton Community Farm offers two unpaid summer internships for high school students. In its education internship, interns educate students aged 3-13 on the natural world. Interns don’t have to have any prior experience and must assist children in gardening, crafts, or games. In the farm’s Field Crew internship, interns gain experience on the Newton farm by growing and cultivating produce. This internship is physically demanding, and interns experience growth in their leadership and responsibility skills.

Eligibility

Must be a high school student

Date

Deadline

First come, first serve

SEO Scholars NYC

Description

SEO Scholars creates a more equitable society by closing the academic and opportunity gap for motivated young people, setting the standard for academics, mentorship, community, positive peer pressure, and a powerful, lifelong network.

Eligibility

Must be a freshman coming from a low-income background

Date

Year-round

Deadline

Rolling admissions

NIHF STEM Internship

Description

Designed exclusively for high school and college students, our Leadership Intern program reinvents summer volunteer programs. Leadership Interns work closely with Camp Invention® and Invention Project® participants to help them explore STEM concepts and become creative thinkers who can invent a better tomorrow.

Eligibility

High school sophomores, juniors, seniors

Date

Depends on location

Deadline

Rolling Admissions

University of Georgia: Design Camp

Description

The Pre-Collegiate Summer Design Camp at the College of Environment and Design is an immersive, collaborative, and transformative one-week residential experience for high-achieving high-school students from diverse backgrounds.

Eligibility

Rising seniors

Date

Deadline

Application will be released in early 2021

NanoAcademy Spring 2020

Description

NanoAcademy is a workshop for students to participate in STEM lessons designed by experienced teachers inspired by the ongoing research at Rice University, Arizona State University (ASU), and The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP).

Eligibility

Applicants must be in 4th -12th grade.

Date

February 1-22 (depending on campus)

Deadline

Multiple dates, various deadlines

North Carolina A&T State University Research Apprenticeship Program

Description

For teens with more time on their hands, the four-week Research Apprenticeship Program at North Carolina A&T University is a great way to gain a competitive advantage. Working with CAES research scientists, students will explore topics such as animal sciences, biological engineering, and biotechnology. Learning opportunities occur both in the laboratory and the classroom, and students have the chance to work in teams.

Eligibility

Rising high school juniors and seniors in top 25th percentile of class

Date

Deadline

Applications open mid-January

Let's Get Ready

Description

Free year-round program offering SAT prep and college admissions counseling for underrepresented high school students, and taught by college students from the surrounding community. 9-week prep sessions offered for every season.

Eligibility

Must be a high school student

Date

Year-round

Deadline

Open enrollment

Design Discovery Young Adult at Harvard (DDYA)

Description

A free immersive 4-week program at Harvard’s School of Architecture for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Participants are exposed to modeling, drawing, and representation techniques as well as problem solving skills necessary for the field of architectural design. DDYA is run by current Harvard graduate students, who teach participants through projects, discussions, and fast-paced design challenges.

Eligibility

Must be a rising sophomore, junior, or senior in a Boston or Cambridge high school

Date

Cancelled for Summer

Deadline

Rolling admissions starting in April

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