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Columbia Engineering Summer High School Academic Program for Engineers (SHAPE)Columbia Engineering Summer High School Academic Program for Engineers (SHAPE) is a selective summer high school program for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. SHAPE is geared toward local students who have demonstrated an interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Each 3-week session offers college-level courses in engineering, which are complemented by electives and workshops.- Grades 9 - 11
- Essay
- Financial information (if applying for need-based scholarship)
Apply HereMarch 2, 2020
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WorkshopThe Office for Diversity & Inclusion of the New York City Bar AssociationThe Office for Diversity & Inclusion of the New York City Bar Association invites students to attend Part III of the Thurgood Marshall Professional Development Series: Office Etiquette on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 5:00pm. This program is designed to help diverse New York City public high school students build vital skills for entering the workforce: resume writing, interviewing, office etiquette, and networking. At each workshop, students will receive one-on-one guidance from attorneys following a presentation.Grades 9 - 12
Details and Application Here
Before Feb 26, 2020
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Spring ProgramNYRR Run for the Future is a free seven-week $2,000 scholarship program that teaches 11th grade girls how to run. We highly encourage young women who have not previously participated in organized sports to apply. Those accepted into NYRR Run for the Future who fulfill the program requirements will receive a $2,000 college scholarship. 11th Grade Female Students
Details and Application Here
February 16, 2020
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The Emma Bowen FoundationThe Emma Bowen Foundation is a nonprofit organization that is building a more diverse media and tech industry by recruiting promising students of color like you and placing them in multi-year paid internships at some of the nation's leading media companies.

Diversity is important in all areas of the media industry. We offer fellowships that prepare students for careers in the Business of Media, Content of Media and Innovation of Media. Whether you're interested in being a producer, a journalist, a web developer, an engineer, a business executive, a PR agent, or in any other career in the media or tech industry, the Emma Bowen Fellowship is here to help you get your start.

Selected students will have access to:

● Paid summer internship
● On-the-job training from top professionals
● An all-expenses paid Summer Conference in New York City
● Need-based scholarships
● A rich community of diverse media and tech talent
● Lifelong professional networks
You are welcome to apply for an Emma Bowen Fellowship if you:

● Are a student of color (Asian, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Black, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, or Multi-Racial)
● Are a graduating high school SENIOR OR an undergraduate college student
● Have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0
● Are interested in pursuing a career in the media industry
● Plan to attend or are currently a student at a four-year accredited college or university
● Are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
● Speak and write English fluently
Apply HereVaried by company. Apply ASAP
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Training ProgramCity Parks Foundation - Learnign Gardens High School Training ProgramThe Learnign Gardens Training Program engages highs chool students in five months of garden-based learning, exploring topics including organic gardening, food justice, and urban sustainability.

Student Develop leadership skills and earn high school credit with the opportunity to participate in a paid summer internship with City Parks Foundation
10th - 12th Grade ( Must be 16 by July 1, 2020https://cityparksfoundation.org/LEARN/Janaury 10, 2020
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ApprenticeshipNYU Tandon School of Engineering - Apprenticeship ProgramLearn about circuitry, electronics, mechanical systems, physical computing, robotics,a nd other STEOM disciplines through hands-on, lab-based demonstrations, experience, adn projects!Must be available Saturdays from 10am - 4pm, February 1 - May 30.Apply HereDecember 20, 2019
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Maven YouthFREE CAMP in NYC: Learn to build a video game & explore careers in the tech sector by meeting LGBT+ Tech Professionals

Several learning tracks to choose from:
-Video Game Story Writing – Learn how to write engaging, powerful narratives for your own graphic novel video game.
-Digital Illustration/Artwork – Unleash your inner creativity to design the visual style of your video game, using digital art technology.
-Programming/Coding – Dive into the basics of Python computer programming to bring your game to life!

Teams will form to build a high-quality LGBT+ Graphic Novel Video Game together. Learn marketing, branding, and game development in this 2 week camp for LGBT+ Youth and Allies!! Visit tech companies, meet LGBT+ developers, digital artists, and game story builders as you explore the roles of LGBT+ people in tech.
● 14 - 19 Years oldApply HereOpen Application
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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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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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