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Red shading indicates that the opportunity was offered in 2017 and that the application has closed. Purple shading indicates that the opportunity was offered during the 2015-2016 school year. There are several opportunities repeated in both sections, but it is worth it to look through the purple shaded section as well. Many of these opportunities will be offered again.
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SEA Young Women's Summer ProgramASAPThe SE Asian Young Women's summer leadership program will bring together a collective of high school aged young women to develop and foster leadership skills. The program will run from July 3 - September 1.
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Dal-TileASAPDal-Tile is hiring recent graduates to work in a CSR/Warehouse capacity. http://mohawkindustries.jobs/seattle-wa/csrwarehouse-ii-ssc/6583423971D24166870AA14F0B735AF5/job/#.WSTTf6OCWQI.email
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Washington Service Corp/AmericorpsASAPGraduated students can apply to work as full-time volunteers in local non-profit organizations. Students would serve for 10.5 months, and would receive a $1202.86/month stipend as well as a $5815 education award that can be used to pay for future schooling costs. washingtonservicecorps.org/become-a-member/how-to-apply
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University of Washignton Women's Center Making ConnectionsASAPMaking Connections is a high school out-reach program offered through the University of Washington's Women's Center. This program provides strategies and skills training to help students prepare for high education and explore careers in STEM fields.Applications available in counselor's office. Email Senait O Habte at wcmcp@uw.edu with questions.
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WSU Summer Advantage Program7 June, 2017Summer Advantage is a five-week program where you can earn up to seven college credits. Students will live and study at the WSU campus.https://summeradvantage.wsu.edu/
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FedEx Airport Jobs RecruitmentA recruiter will be present at the Airport Jobs Office at SeaTac Airport on June 8, June 15, June 22, June 29 from 11am-1pm. Mezzanine Level, Room 6626.
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Northwest Asian Weekly's Summer Youth Leadership Program10 June 2017Youth program specifically geared towards empowering and inspiring Asian-Americans in high school. http://www.nwasianweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/ad/SYLPapp2017.pdf
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Wendy's Interviews13 June 2017Wendys will be interviews at the Airport Jobs Office at SeaTac on June 13 from 10:30am-1pm.
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SwissportThe Swissport USA recruiter will be at SeaTac's Airport Jobs' office on June 14th, June 21st, and June 28th at 10am. Swissport is currently hiring ramp agents, cleaning agents, passenger service agents, and mechanics.
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MOHAI 9 July 2017Youth advisors make the museum more welcoming for their peers by finding fun and creative ways to connect teens with MOHAI, and providing input on the development of museum programming and exhibits. A stipend is provided. http://mohai.org/program/mohai-youth-advisors/
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Skills Center Summer Classes16 June 2017Summer courses are available at the Seattle Skills Center. Courses will be offered Monday-Friday from July 5-July 28.http://skillscenter.seattleschools.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=8591&pageId=8963397
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Wing Luke Museum Summer Camp Counselors1 July 2017Summer camp counselors assist our education specialist and teaching artists with activities. Counselors must commit to at least one week: August 7-11 and/or August 14-18. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VHKHZSW
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The Service Board20 June 2017 (website says 24 June, but actual application says 20 June)An 8-week internship program for youth under 18. Participants will gain hands-on, professional experience from the time spent at their local business work sites. Interns will also attend Wednesday morning training sessions where they will learn professionalism, goal setting, personal narrative, resume building, social media and self-marketing, personal finances, nutrition and eating on a budget, event planning, and public speaking. A $600 stipend will be awarded to youth who are accepted to the internship program.http://www.theserviceboard.org/programs/summer-programs/
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Youth Development Photography (Youth in Focus)Year-roundYouth in Focus is a local organization offering photography classes for ages 13-19. Classes are offered as parts of an eight week curriculum. Classes meet from 4:30-7:00pm on Mondays/Wednesdays or Tuesdays/Thursdays. Applications are accepted year-round, and the next sessions starts March 31, 2017.http://www.youthinfocus.org/what-we-do/
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MDA Summer CampRolling ApplicationsStudent athletes are encouraged to apply to be a volunteer at the 2017 Muscular Dystrophy Association summer camp from June 24 - July 1, 2017.email RBurris@mdausa.org to inquire about applying
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Lifelong VolunteeringYear-roundLifelong strives to enhance people’s quality of life and offer cost-effective and high-quality services by providing food, housing, and health services to people living with chronic illness. We help every client connect with health insurance, we ensure they have a safe place to live, and through our food program, Chicken Soup Brigade, we help put nutritious food on their table. http://www.lifelong.org/individual-volunteers
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SkyhawksVariesSkyhawks is a regional youth sports program. Students with a 3.0 GPA and varsity level experience are encouraged to apply to work with Skyhawks as a program coach. Pay will range from $11-$16 per hour. Staff must be 18 by June 1st.https://www.skyhawks.com/staff/application/
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Mount Rainier NPS VolunteerSummerStudents have the opportunity to participate in various service learning assignments in the Mt. Rainier Nation Park.https://www.nps.gov/mora/getinvolved/vip-positions.htm
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UW DawgBytesASAPStudents can apply to participate in various summer camps hosted by the UW Computer Science department.http://camps.cs.washington.edu/
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King County InternshipsVariousVarious opportunities are available throughout the year. Current high school, undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning more about public service, gaining real-world professional experience and becoming involved in the government sector.http://www.kingcounty.gov/audience/employees/careers/internships.aspx
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Council on American-Islamic Relations Internships Varies (check website)Internships at CAIR-WA's office in Seattle’s historic International District offer students and activists a great opportunity to learn, interact, and grow in a fast-paced, diverse environment. Interns play a very important role in our work, undertake a considerable amount of responsibility and lead many projects and initiatives.http://cairseattle.org/interncenter
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Seattle Summer Recreation ProgramSeattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Associated Recreation Council (ARC) and 37 citywide advisory councils, is now accepting applications for various summer programs. Temporary positions are available at twenty-four community centers, eight indoor swimming pools, two outdoor pools, two small craft centers, and many public beaches and wading pools.http://www.seattle.gov/Documents/Departments/ParksAndRecreation/Business/SummerEmploymentFlyer2017.pdf
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Girls Who CodeThe Summer Immersion Program is a FREE 7-week summer program for 10th-11th grade girls to learn computer science, get exposure to tech jobs and join a supportive sisterhood of thousands of girls across the US! It is an introductory computer science course and no previous experience is required. We welcome all eligible applicants who have an interest in technology and a willingness to learn! July 5-August 18, 2017https://girlswhocode.fluidreview.com/
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DigiGirlz High Tech CampDuring the camp session, the girls listen to executive speakers, participate in technology tours and demonstrations, network, and learn through hands-on experience in workshops. Affiliated with Microsoft.http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/diversity/programs/digigirlz/hightechcamp.aspx
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Association of Washington Student Leaders Leadership Development campsThrough a wide variety of workshops, retreats, camps and conferences, the Association of Washington Student Leaders (AWSL) serves students in grades 9 through 12 with its high school programs. Students participating in high school programs learn the necessary skills to prepare for everything from a spirited homecoming week in the fall, to a successful anti-bullying campaign in the spring. Each program is designed around specific goals and objectives in five primary areas:http://awsleaders.org/registration
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Seattle Parks and Recreation Summer Youth Employment OpportunitiesSeattle Parks and Recreation has programs that pay their participants throughout the year. The number of positions is dependent on grant funding for many of these programs. Each program has a different scope, schedule, and requirements. Please use the contact information within each program description for any questions. Are you looking to get service hours for your high school requirements? Check out the Service Learning page.http://www.seattle.gov/parks/about-us/work-for-us/job-opportunities-for-teens
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Western Washinton University College Quest (WWU)College Quest is a higher education preparatory program for high school students with an academic emphasis. The program’s goal is to introduce students to the college learning and living experience that gives them an advantage as they plan for the future. Immerse yourself in the college experience – from residence hall to classroom - through College Quest on Western's campus located in Bellingham, WA. During your stay you will complete a real college course, earn university credit, gain valuable college success information, and form extraordinary social connections that come with life in a residence hall.http://www.wwu.edu/ee/youth/collegequest/bellingham.shtml
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Pacific Northwest Academic Advantage ProgramAcademic Advantage program is hosting an event on Saturday, 6 May, 2017. The event focuses on helping students achieve a career in healthcare.https://pnwoms.com/community/academicadvantage/
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YouthForce Teen Employment ConferenceThe annual Teen Employment Conference will be held on Saturday, April 22. Teen will be given the opportunity to participate in employment-prep and career-explorartion workshops and meet with a range of employers and community based organizations. Event is free, and food is available.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teen-employment-conference-spring-2017-registration-31525373240
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Washington Women in the Trades Career FairThe 38th annual Washington Women in the Trades Career Fair will be held on Friday May 12, 2017. Students interested in pursuing a career in construction or any other trades are encouraged to attend this free event.http://www.wawomenintrades.com/job-fair
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Camp Erin - King County VolunteerCamp Erin - King County is an annual weekend camp for kids and teens who are grieving the death of a loved one. Volunteers must be eighteen years old to serve as a camp counselor. Students wanting to attend the camp may also apply for a spot at the Camp Erin website.http://washington.providence.org/in-home-services/hospice-of-seattle/programs-and-services/grief-support/for-children-and-teens/camp-erin-king-county/
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Seattle Parks and Recreation AquaticsSummer employment as a lifeguard for certified students of or above the age of 16. Certification is available through the Lifeguard Training Team. More information available online.http://www.seattle.gov/parks
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Microsoft High-School Summer Internship ProgramReopens Jan 2018This paid 10-week summer program offers an exciting opportunity to work side-by-side with software engineering teams on real Microsoft technical projects. Get valuable experience, contribute to meaningful work, and receive support from a mentor (eligible for Puget Sound students only). http://careers.microsoft.com
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SEMI High Tech UMay 23-25The event is a 3-day career exploration program for high school students and give the students a great opportunity to learn STEM fundamentals such as electronics, statics, solar tech, and nanotech through activities led by engineers, scientists and lab technicians. There is no cost for the students to attend. Event at Honeywell, North Seattle College, and the UW Seattle campus. http://www.semifoundation.org/program/shine-seattle-wa/
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Youth Participatory Action Research24 May, 2017YPAR is a project-based program for high-school students ages 14-19. We will explore important social justice questions, do community-based research and then build a social justice campaign in response to what we learn. $599 stipend available. http://www.seattle.gov/Documents/Departments/ParksAndRecreation/Programs/Teens/YPAR%20FINAL.pdf
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Building STEAM 20172/28/2017The program is open to middle and high school students with emphasis on those students with ethnic backgrounds under-represented in STEAM educational and career areas. The program consists of a series of Saturday STEAM Sessions held on Saturdays from March 11th through April 15th 2016. In addition, participants will be recognized at the Links Annual Youth Awards program held in the Spring of 2017.applications available in the counselor's office
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South Seattle College/ SPD Informational Program3/1/2017During the week of April 10-15, SSC and the Seattle Police Department will partner together to proved a week long program designed to allow women to explore careers in law enforcement. All women between ages 16-20 are eligible to apply.http://www.seattle.gov/police/police-jobs/about-police-jobs/women-in-policing/future-woman-leaders-in-law-enforcement
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Moody's Mega Math ChallengeTeams of 3-5 students with 1 teacher coach compete online for a chance to win scholarships.m3challenge.siam.org
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Activistas1/18/2017We'll be hiring 12-13 young folks who identify as girls* ages 14-19 for our Spring employment program, Activistas. Over 12 weeks, we'll be engaging in social justice conversations around race, gender, sexuality and other social justice issues. Request Info at Counselor's Office.Request Information from Jakob at the Counselor's Office.
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VIBES ConferenceThe annual Visionary Inspiring Black Empowered Students Conference (VIBES) is being held December 2-4, 2016. VIBES is a weekend conference for high school students of underrepresented backgrounds. At this conference, students will have the unique experience of seeing what it is like on a college campus, find out how to get involved in all the school as to offer, both inside and outside academics, and the ability to gain advice from other students of color that are going through the same experiences that they will one day go through.http://vibes.wsu.edu/
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Minority Student Medical Career FairThe Association of American Medical College is holding the 'Minority Student Medical Career Fair' on Saturday November 12, 2016. This event will allow students to meet with admissions officers, participate in workshops, and more. The event is held at the Washington State Convention Center from 8:00am-4:00pm.https://surveys.aamc.org/se.ashx?s=7C7E87CB5B12638B
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Seattle JazzEdSeattle JazzEd is an afterschool program allowing students the opportunity to learn an instrument and play with other students. Students may be eligible for full or partial scholarships. Any interested students should read about the program at the linked website or come down to the Counselor's office.http://www.seattlejazzed.org/big-band-ensembles/
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Doctor for a DayThe Student National Medical Association is hosting a "Doctor for a Day" event at the Harborview WISH lab on 10/29/2016. Students will be given the opportunity to participate in the workshops involving hands-on activities.http://dfad-harborview-wish.eventbrite.com
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RadioActive Youth Media's Intro to Radio Journalism WorkshopFour month long, after school, hands-on workshop focusing on journalism, audio recording, audio editing, interviewing, and speaking on the air. Workshop includes a $600 stipend.Applications due Nov. 22, 2016.http://kuow.org/radioactive-youth-media#apply
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Wilderness Inner-City Leadership Development (WILD)WILD welcomes ninth through twelfth grade students to build leadership qualities like self-confidence and team building skills within the context of environmental education, civic involvement and intergenerational relationship building. Applications open.http://interimicda.org/whatwedo/healthy-communities-program/wild/
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ChickTechChickTech is a year-long program that introduces a cohort of around 100 high school girls to technology and their local tech community. It kicks off with a 2-day event in November and continues with subsequent events, mentoring, and internship opportunities for the next 8-12 months. Students must be nominated by an educator, therefore any interested students should discuss with a teacher.
https://chicktech.org/highschool/
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Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS)WAS is seeking high school juniors interested in STEM careers. Students can earn college credits by completing an online curriculum focusing on space travel. Students may additionally earn acceptance into a week-long summer residency at the Museum of Flight. Application for 2016-2017 session are due November 4, 2016https://www.museumofflight.org/Education/Explore-programs/was
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MOHAI Youth Advisor ProgramMOHAI's Youth Advisors (MYA) is a place for high school students to investigate, explore, and be empowered to create a more teen-friendly museum. Applications are due Oct. 30, 2016.http://www.mohai.org/learn/youth-and-family-programs/8-menu-items/728-mohai-youth-advisors
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Students Exploring Pharmacy17 March 2017Students interested in pursuing a career in healthcare are encouraged to apply for the STEP program. Students will be given the chance to shadow, and learn more about being a pharmacist, from July 24-27.https://sop.washington.edu/pharmd/step-summer-program/
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Foster's Young Women's Leadership Summit20 March 2017The Foster Young Women’s Leadership Summit is a three and a half day overnight program at the University of Washington Seattle campus for high school sophomores and juniors interested in business. Located in the Foster School of Business, young women in this program will learn professionalism and what to expect in a college business setting. Over the course of the program, students will interact with faculty, alumni, and employers in the areas of finance, operations and supply chain management, and information systems, while learning about the different fields of business they can study and careers they can pursue.foster.uw.edu/diversity
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Youth Adults in TechMarch 22, 2017 Information Night - attend to sign up for programCurrently, students are eligible to apply to participate in a job readiness training program. Participants are eligible to receive up to $1000 stipend and will receive a Salesforce Administrator Certificate.
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Youth Leadership AdventuresMarch 27, 2017During summer expeditions, students canoe and or backpack, camp, and complete service projects while receiving hands-on training in outdoor leadership, field science, communication skills, and public speaking. Upon returning home, students ages 16 to 18 in Science and Sustainability courses design and implement their own service projects in their home communities.http://ncascades.org/signup/youth/YLA
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Girls in Science31 March 2017The Burke Museum at the University of Washington is offering a free STEM program for high school girls. The program will meet on Mondays 4pm-6pm from April 17-May 22.http://www.burkemuseum.org/girls-science-high-school-program
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Beacon Arts1 April 2017The 10 week class is designed for ages 13-18 with no artistic experience Students will learn the nuts and bolts of artistic expression--including color theory and print making. This includes visiting Day Moon Press, a professional artist print-shop on Beacon Hill. The end result will be a collaboratively designed social justice and safety poster for our neighborhood. The classes (free) will be held on Thursdays from 4-6 pm, April 6-June 8 at the Jefferson Community Center, 3801 Beacon Ave. S. 98144. Registration is in-person at the Jefferson Community Center or by phone 206-684-7481.
www.beacon-arts.org
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Seattle Solo Flight Academy7 April 2017The Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals is offering students the opportunity to learn to fly a small airplance. The Seattle Solo Flight Academy will give students the opportunity to gain approximately 15-20 hours of flight training and 2- hours of classroom instruction. Stop by Ms. Wethall's room (1110) on March 31st to learn more about the opportunity.email chazmin.peters@alaskaair.com
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UW School of Nursing Camp SeattleApril 14, 2017Sophomores or Juniors interested in pursuing nursing are encouraged to apply for a position in the UW Nursing Camp. Students will be given the opportunity to learn about nursing first-hand. The week long camp will be from July 17-21, 2017.https://nursing.uw.edu/community/uw-nurse-camp/
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SYEP Summer ProgramApril 14, 2017.The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP), in support of the Mayor's Youth Employment Initiative, provides internship opportunities aimed at meeting the employment needs of underserved youth and young adults in our community. By promoting work readiness and strengthening career development, SYEP helps to prepare and support youth for real world jobs by providing them with the skills necessary to be competitive in the job market. Applications open March 13, 2017 and close April 14, 2017. Internships will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.https://www.seattle.gov/humanservices/services-and-programs/seattle-youth-employment-program
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Northwest School Summer Camp InternshipApril 15, 2017Students interested in working as camp leader are encouraged to apply for an internship with the Northwest school Summer camp. Internshttp://northwestschool.org/our-programs/summer-camp/campbassador-internship
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Bioquest AcademyApril 16, 2017All members of the class of 2018 that are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare are encouraged to apply to participate in the Bioquest Academy Summer program. Participants will be given the opportunity to research infectious diseases in one of three two-week summer sessions and throughout their senior year.http://www.cidresearch.org/articles/bioquest-for-students-tab
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Harborview INSIGHT Summer Research17 April 2017The INSIGHT Summer Research Program is an intensive four-week summer program designed to introduce high school juniors and seniors to medical and public health campaign design and delivery in a variety of ways.http://depts.washington.edu/hiprc/education/insight/
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Camp NeuroApril 23, 2017Open to all high school students (including Spring/Summer 2017 graduates) at least 15 years and older as of first day of assigned session. Session will be held between August 28 - September 1. Students are encouraged to apply for a scholarship by April 3, 2017. Event will be held at the UW School of Medicine, and is geared towards students interested in pursuing a career in healthcare.http://www.campneuro.org/seattle.html
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Camp CardiacApril 23, 2017Open to all high school students (including Spring/Summer 2017 graduates) at least 15 years and older as of first day of assigned session. Session will be held between August 28 - September 1. Students are encouraged to apply for a scholarship by April 3, 2017. Event will be held at the UW School of Medicine, and is geared towards students interested in pursuing a career in healthcare.http://www.campcardiac.org/apply.html
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SPS Summer School28 April 2017Seattle Public Schools Summer School is an opportunity for credit retrieval available to any student who has failed a class in Humanities or Math.Applications will be availble in the Counselor's Office
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RadioActive Youth Media's Intro to Radio Journalism WorkshopMay 2, 2017RadioActive’s summer 2017 Intro to Radio Journalism Workshop will take place July 10 – August 18 at KUOW’s studios in the University District. Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017. Participants are given the chance to host a daily podcast, and help prepare audiocasts. Stipends are available.http://kuow.org/radioactive-youth-media#apply
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King County International Airport InternshipMay 19, 2017King County International Airport/Boeing Field is offering a paid summer internship to a local King County high school student in the area of Finance Administration. This internship is full-time, paid at $15.33 per hour.http://www.kingcounty.gov/audience/employees/careers.aspx
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Wilderness Inner-City Leadership Development (WILD)May 31, 2017WILD offers high schooler the chance to participate in a six-week long summer program. Students will be given the chance to help improve community health, and will be eligible to receive an up to $600 stipend.https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0BnWFLlu8v_U2ZTVk5oWi11LXFvQkM1MjdCZ0RWaHptRWlz/view
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Bioquest Academy2 week summer program, biomedical bootcamp and biomedical immersion. Application for 2017 Summer Program not open. Will update with new link when open.http://www.bioquestacademy.org/facts/participation
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Youth Leadership Adventures (formerly cascade climate challenge)During summer expeditions, students canoe and or backpack, camp, and complete service projects while receiving hands-on training in outdoor leadership, field science, communication skills, and public speaking. Upon returning home, students ages 16 to 18 in Science and Sustainability courses design and implement their own service projects in their home communities.http://ncascades.org/signup/youth/YLA
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Ascend Smart CampFREE A.S.C.E.N.D. SMART Camp (fall program) which will highlight the career and academic options in S.T.E.A.M through hands-on sessions for students and parents. Continental Breakfast and lunch will be provided.http://ascendsmartcamp.eventbrite.com/
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Camp Neurosummer opportunity August 10-14 for students who may be thinking about the field of medicinehttp://www.campneuro.org/seattle.html
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Camp Ten TreesCamp Ten Trees is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization offering summer camp sessions in the Pacific Northwest, featuring a week for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and allied (LGBTQA) youth, and a week for children and youth of LGBTQ and/or non-traditional families. Since our first session in 2001, we have been committed to developing a camp community that honors creativity, individual choice, and community living. Our summer sessions and year-round complementary activities are for youth connected to LGBTQ communities, supporting them in strengthening inner courage, making new friends, and developing leadership skills through camp programming.http://www.camptentrees.org/camp.html
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Center for Wooden Boats Job Skills Training and Summer SailingCWB invites young adults from low-income or underserved backgrounds to be Job Skills Crew Members. Crew members will participate in all areas of CWB’s operations. The focus of the program wil be on-the-water and general seamanship skills. An emphasis will be placed on preparing students with the skills necessary for careers in the maritime industry, including helping students pursue United States Coast Guard credentials.http://cwb.org/classes/job-skills-training/
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Develop Your Voice and SpeakDuring the course of the program participants will: Work together to create their own media as a form of activism in print and online zine (like a magazine). Create written and artistic pieces that relate to weekly themes such as identity, sexism, racism, and how women are portrayed in the media, Collectively create and decide on the name, format, look, distribution, and layout of the zinePublicly celebrated to highlight and acknowledge their work and achievements.http://www.powerfulvoices.org/programs/employment.shtml
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Discovery Corps at Pacific Science CenterDiscovery Corps is a 3 year program for high school students ages 14 and older that are interested in gaining job and life skills while volunteering and working to provide Pacific Science Center's visitors with a unique interactive experience.http://www.pacificsciencecenter.org/Discovery-Corps/discoverycorps#discovery-corps-at-pacific-science-center
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KUOW Radio Active Youth Media WorkshopsRadioActive is the youth media program at KUOW where youth delight in discovering public radio journalism. RadioActivesupports young people’s growth as media makers by sharing access to public radio’s knowledge, skills and institutions. The Summer Workshop meets daily at KUOW’s studios in the University District. Summer participants host the daily RadioActive podcast. After-School Workshops in the fall and spring meet twice a week for 12 weeks, and are offered in partnership with community organizations around the Seattle area.http://kuow.org/radioactive-youth-media
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Magnuson Park Green Teen Campweek of exploring urban forests, developing as young leaders, and engaging our community by leading our own forest restoration project. 30 service learning hourshttp://earthcorps.org/pages.php?articleid=843
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Microsoft High-School Summer Internship Program8-10 week paid internship, including transportationhttp://careers.microsoft.com
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Muslim Youth Leadership ProgramAs a participant, you will attend meetings with executives at Seattle’s top law firms, public relations firms, and media outlets, as well as with political leaders and top law enforcement officials. Cost is FREE however space is limited. A successful application is necessary in order to participate.http://www.cairseattle.org/events/mylp2014
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Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation's Summer Youth Leadership Programwelcoming and engaging summer program for youth ages 10-16 from across Seattle, the U.S. and the world. campers choose from a wide range of exciting subjects, including the visual and performing arts, athletics, sciences, and morehttp://www.northwestschool.org/summercamp
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PAINT Summer Leadership ProgramLeadership program for young people in high school to inspire change and new ways of thinking in our community.for Asian, Pacific Islander, and South Asian young people committed to social change. PAINTers will specifically be looking at gender-based violence, such as dating violence and sexual assault, and build leadership skills around how to address these issues in our community.http://apichaya.org/c5/what-we-do/community-organizing-and-education/youth-program/
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PEMCO Summer Leadership CampsEvery summer over 3,000 students participate in one of the many leadership camps offered by the Association of Washington Student Leaders (AWSL). Some of the topics include: Communication skills, positive teamwork, problem solving, decision making, school climate.http://www.awsp.org/membership/joinawsp/HighSchoolLeadership
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Refugee Women's Alliancesummer leadership program allowing students to participate in educational and fun activities over the summer.http://www.rewa.org/services/youth-program/
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Seattle Parks and Recreation Summer Youth Employment OpportunitiesSeattle Parks and Recreation has programs that pay their participants throughout the year. The number of positions is dependent on grant funding for many of these programs. Each program has a different scope, schedule, and requirements. Please use the contact information within each program description for any questions. Are you looking to get service hours for your high school requirements? Check out our Service Learning page.http://www.seattle.gov/parks/teens/programs/teenjobs.htm
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Service BoardtSB turns kids on to their own abilities, teaches them to try crazy new things (getting dirty while cleaning up area greenbelts, making sandwiches for the homeless, riding a chair lift, etc.), and instills in them the love and understanding of 30+ other people experiencing common joys, jokes and sadness.http://www.theserviceboard.org/programs/summer-programs/
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SYEP Summer ProgramWork skills and training, 7-week paid internships for youth who are between the ages of 15-17 years old, live in seattle, currently attend a Seattle public high school and posess educational and/or employment barriershttp://www.seattle.gov/humanservices/youth/employment.htm
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Summer Search Foundationoffers low-income students the chance to step out of their environments, expands their horizons and changes their futures. ongoing program throughout high school and college.https://www.summersearch.org/ourprogram/prospectivestudentsandparents
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Teens in Public Servicepaid summer internships working at non-profit organizations. TIPS interns work to provide affordable housing and services to the homeless, tutor at-risk youth, gain hands-on experience in the medical , science, and environmental fields, and provide cultural enrichment and educational opportunities to children and familieswww.teensinpublicservice.org
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Youth in FocusLearn about photography at many different levels. All students receive a $1000 scholarship to cover all costs associated with the program. Offering classes in beginning, intermediate and advanced black and white photography, in addition to beginning digital classeswww.youthinfocus.org
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YouthForceOffering a paid internship opportunity at Microsoft for underserved teens that provides a hands-on experience and exposure to business and marketing and career exploration during the school yearwww.yf.positiveplace.org
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Western Washinton University College Quest (WWU)Immerse yourself in the college experience – from residence hall to classroom - through College Quest on Western's campus located in Bellingham, WA. During your stay you will complete a real college course, earn university credit, gain valuable college success information, and form extraordinary social connections that come with life in a residence hall. Sun. – Fri., July 5-10, 2015http://www.wwu.edu/ee/youth/collegequest/college-bham.shtml
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WILD Youth ProgramWILD primarily serves high-school aged youth between the ages 14-19 and who are of Asian Pacific Islander descent. WILD also offers a paid youth leadership internship during the summer months and provides resources for career/college prep year-round.https://sites.google.com/a/apialliance.org/wild/about-us
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UW School of Nursing Camp SeattleAre you currently a high school sophomore or junior (who will be 16 years of age by July 20, 2015) interested in learning what the nursing field is all about? Do you want to know how to get into nursing school? Apply to participate in the University of Washington School of Nursing's Nurse Camp 2015! This FREE week-long day camp is geared toward increasing access and opportunities in nursing to minority and low-income high school sophomores and juniors who are at least 16 years of age by the first day of camp. UW Nurse Camp 2015 will take place from July 20 - July 24, 2015.\\
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Summer Camps
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YMCA BOLD & GOLDThrough extraordinary wilderness experiences, we nurture multi-cultural leadership skills in youth 11–18 years old. We offer programs that range from weekend excursions, leadership camps, to 1, 2 or 3 week expeditions, including backpacking, rock climbing, fishing, yoga, art, and the kind of good-natured fun that leads to long-term friendships. You don’t have to have experience or outdoor gear, but you do need an open heart, an inquisitive mind, and a thirst for adventure.http://ymcaleadership.com/bold-summer/
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Summer Opportunities
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