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Type of OpportunityName of Program/ OrganizationDescriptionEligibilityLink to Apply/RegisterDeadline
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Paid InternshipNYC Department of Youth & Community Development - Learn & EarnLearn & Earn (Formerly the In-School Youth Program). A year-round program for low-income high school juniors and seniors at risk of dropping out of school. The program provides participants with with college preparation, career-readiness, leadership development services, and a paid six- week summer internship. Learn & Earn is for high school juniors and seniors who meet certain eligibility requirements.

Learn & Earn program services include:

Guidance and Counseling
Paid Internship Opportunities
Tutoring
College Preparation and Out-of-City College Trips
Project-Based Leadership Activities
Sports, Arts, Technology, and Recreation Activities
Individualized Service Strategies (ISS)
Career Planning Assistance
Age 14 - 21
NYC High School Juniors & Seniors
NYC Resident
Apply HereSunday, September 30, 2018
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Paid InternshipCareer and Technical Education (CTE) Industry Scholars Program (ISP)The CTE Summer Scholars Program is an internship program that includes summer learning experiences and credentialing opportunities for rising junior and seniors who participate in Information Technology, Software Engineering, Media, and Graphics CTE programs.
11th - 12th Grade
Only for students in Career Readiness Class w/ Ms. Chin
Resume and Essay Required
Must see Mr. Brathwaite to apply
Apply HereWednesday, October 31, 2018
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Paid InternshipBiorocket Research Internship Program for High School Students @ GenspaceThe Biorocket Program is a spring after-school hands-on science program and summer research internship experience for New York City public high school students age 15 and up. This program gives students an opportunity to learn the latest advances in genetic engineering and biology laboratory skills. By participating in the program, teens will have access to scientific mentors, behind-the-scenes lab tours and field trips, and improv training for science communication skills at Genspace, a community biology lab in Brooklyn, NY.
● 15 Years of Age by July 1, 2019
● Attend a NYC Public or Charter School within 45 min of Genspace
● Teacher or Mentor Reference
● A Completed Application (includes a video or short essay)
● Commitment to participating from February-May and July-August 2019
Apply HereFriday, January 11, 2019
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Paid InternshipBreakthrough New York: After-School Teaching Fellow Teaching Fellows teaching classes to 7th and 8th grade students to ensure their successful transition from middle school to high school. TF's will either teach a 7th Grade High School Options Class or an 8th Grade Research Project Class. TF's work on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:00PM-7PM at one of our 3 sites in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. TF's are paid a stipend of $1,000.
10th - 12th grade may applyApply HereMonday, January 14, 2019
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JobSuccess Via Apprenticeship ProgramThe SVA Program takes high school and/or college students and train them to fill a position in critical need schools or programs across the city. As a teacher of CTE courses, these teachers need a unique blend of industry expertise and the educational training to become highly effective classroom teachers. The program has three major components to ensure candidates meet New York State Education Department CTE trade licensing requirements:

1. 1- Three years of full-time industry work experience;

2- Two years of classroom teacher training under the mentorship of a licensed teacher;

3- Post- secondary study through a state approved teacher training program at New York City College of Technology
● Must be nominated by principal.
● Graduating senior or graduated a CTE program with a certification in respective trade area.
● Outstanding academic record with a minimum regents exams scores of 75 ELA and 80 Math.
● Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Please see Mr. Brathwaite in Room 422 if interestedSunday, January 20, 2019
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Paid InternshipPENCIL Internship/Ladders for Leaders Program
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. The program is an initiative of the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and supported by the NYC Center for Youth Employment and the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City.
● Ages 16-22 and enrolled in school at the time of application (graduating seniors are eligible)
● High achieving with a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0 or an 80
● Possess prior work or sustained volunteer experience
● Able to prove legal residence in NYC
Apply HereSunday, February 3, 2019
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FellowshipColumbia Department of Biomedical Informatics Summer Research Fellowship
The Columbia Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI) Summer Research Fellowship provides rising seniors in high-school and college undergraduate students from a wide range of backgrounds (biology, psychology, engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, statistics, etc.) with fundamental knowledge, hands-on skills, and research experience in biomedical informatics and health data science.
11th - 12th GradeApply HereMonday, February 4, 2019
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Paid InternshipAmerican Fisheries Society (The Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program)The Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program is a paid summer internship and mentoring program for high school students, and is sponsored by the American Fisheries Society (AFS). Selected students known as “Hutton Scholars,” are matched and mentored by a fisheries professional in their local area to enjoy a hands-on fisheries science experience in a marine and/or freshwater setting.

Hutton Scholars receive a $4,000 award as well as valuable work experience in an exciting and rewarding field. Each student must complete mid-summer and final reports in order to successfully complete the program.
● All grades may applyApply HereFriday, February 15, 2019
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Paid InternshipAmerican Museum of Natural History: Saltz Internship ProgramConsider becoming a Saltz Intern and learn to use equipment and technologies to guide visitors of all ages in investigations of artifacts, specimens, and the laws of physics. Use pieces of a telescope to explore how scientists view astronomical bodies in the Hall of the Universe, or discover how a snake’s vision is similar to Infrared cameras. In the Hall of Ocean Life, dive into the tiny but powerful work of plankton, or pass around some poisonous sea creatures and their victims.
All grades may applyApply HereMonday, March 18, 2019
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JobThe Hearts of Gold Learning CenterAt the Hearts of Gold Learning Center, we believe that all children can excel. We serve registered HoG children in grades K-12 with private and semi private tutoring sessions Monday - Saturday.
We have proven that with the proper, consistent support, children thrive academically, boosting their self esteem and motivating them to succeed. STARTING AT $15 PER HOUR
All The Hearts of Gold Learning Center tutors MUST attend regularly scheduled educational seminars and team meetings. The Hearts of Gold Learning Center is located on the Upper West Side (102nd St. between Amsterdam and Broadway)
● 3.5 GPA or higher
● Prior tutoring experience
● Spanish speaking is a plus
● Ability to work at least 20 hours per week
● Must love working with children, teaching, and learning
● Must have a passion for the subject you are tutoring
To apply send your resume and most recent transcript to: Doreen Gibbs: programs@heartsofgold.org
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Nonpaid InternshipNASA - Pathways Intern Employment ProgramThe Pathways Program offers clear paths to Federal internships for students from high school through post-graduate; career opportunities for recent graduates; and meaningful training and career development for individuals who are at the beginning of their Federal service. The NASA Pathways Intern Employment Program (IEP) is open to current students and individuals accepted for enrollment in qualifying educational programs. The IEP provides opportunities to work and explore careers while still in school. Intern appointments may be for indefinite periods without established ending dates or appointments with durations of up to one year. If you successfully complete a Pathways Intern appointment at NASA, you may be converted to permanent employment or term employment of up to six years.
● Be a U.S. citizen;
● Be at least 16 years of age;
● Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment on at least a half-time basis;
● Be pursuing a degree or certificate;
● Currently have and maintain a 2.9 grade point average;
● Be able to complete at least 640 hours of work
● Meet any other requirements described in the announcement (some IEP positions require you to be pursuing specific majors).
Apply HereRolling Basis
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Nonpaid InternshipDOROT School Year Teen Internship Application 2019Volunteer and become an intern that assists seniors by being their companion and helping to acquaint them with electronic devices like iPads and smart phones.
N/AApply HereRolling Basis
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Paid InternshipFutures and Options Internship Program Application - 2019The Futures and Options Internship Program provides New York City students with critical work-readiness training and the opportunity to gain firsthand work experience as interns with a dynamic range of business partners. At the same time, the Internship Program introduces these business partners to a pipeline of promising, motivated and diverse young men and women who make meaningful contributions to their business, while training to become the leaders of tomorrow.
11th - 12th GradeApply HereRolling Basis
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Paid InternshipAll Stars Project, Inc.: Joseph A. Forgione Development School for YouthThe Development School for Youth (DSY) is a leadership and development training program for young people between the ages of 16 and 21. The students attend weekly workshops led by senior executives from some of NYC's leading corporations, cultural institutions, hedge funds and law firms. They also participate in workshops including: public speaking, how to interview and resume writing. Throughout the program, they work to develop their professional performance; and by participating in practicums such as street organizing, phone shifts and staffing events, they develop their leadership performance. Students who successfully graduate from DSY are placed in paid summer internships provided by sponsoring companies. For more information, contact Jacqueline East-Ross at 212-356-8423.
Ages 16 - 21Apply HereRolling basis
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Nonpaid InternshipNASA InternshipNASA Internships are competitive awards to support educational opportunities that provide unique NASA-related research and operational experiences for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, as well as educators. These opportunities serve students by integrating interns with career professionals emphasizing mentor-directed, degree-related tasks, while contributing to the operation of a NASA facility or the advancement of NASA's missions.


● All grades may applyApply Here
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Summer 2019: April 1
Fall 2019: July 1
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Nonpaid InternshipAlley Pond Environment Center- Field Biology Internship (FBI)The internship programs introduce students to environmental field studies. Students learn how to conduct practical field research through examination of water, soil, and air quality, and biodiversity.
Interns will gain experience in scientific inquiry and learn basic research techniques and species identification as we explore and observe the 635+ acres of Alley Pond Park. They can expect to gain a richer understanding of urban ecosystem health through the study of various biotic and abiotic factors in our local environment. Program varies by season.
10th - 12th GradeApply HereSpring 2019
(application due February 18, 2019)

Summer 2019
(application due June 4, 2019)
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