The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program is a FREE 7-week introductory computer science program for 10th—11th grade girls going into their junior or senior year of high school. During the program, girls learn about computer science, gain exposure to technology careers and join a sisterhood of girls who are using computer science to become change-makers in their community.
Are you a student in grades 9—12 who wants to spend spring break exploring computer science and historical inquiry or interning as a teacher, urban farmer assistant, or animal care provider? Apply now for exciting STEM-related opportunities at the NYC Department of Education’s Genovesi Environmental Study Center and New-York Historical Society. To learn more and apply by the Friday, February 15 deadline, visit their official website.
This exhibition at the Schomburg Center features intimate, lesser-known photographs of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., including photos of his pilgrimage to India, his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance in Norway and other moments of travel, rest and celebration throughout his life. The exhibit marks the 60th anniversary of the first biography of King, Dr. L.D. Reddick’s Crusader without Violence.
The Cooke Young Scholars Program is a selective five-year, pre-college scholarship for high-performing 7th grade students with financial need. It provides comprehensive academic and college advising, as well as financial support for school, Cooke-sponsored summer programs, internships, and other learning enrichment opportunities.
AMC Networks Summer 2019 Internship Program
AMC Networks is looking to hire undergraduate students for its 2019 Summer Internship Program! Areas of focus include Marketing & PR, Ad Sales, Digital Media & Innovation and more. Students must be enrolled in a four-year undergraduate program. Past internship experience strongly preferred. Working knowledge of Microsoft office programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook & Teams. Demonstrated interest in the Media & Entertainment industry and have GPA 3.0+.
Sprint Business Sales Research Intern
As a Sprint intern you'll have the opportunity to gain practical experience in their 10—12-week internship program in a challenging, fun and fast-paced work environment. This includes entry level professional duties and project work in various capacities. In addition to your manager, you’ll also have a mentor to provide guidance and coaching along the way. In between solving real business problems and getting hands on experience, the Sprint internship program hosts networking events, development opportunities and community involvement activities.
BPL: Storymakers Portfolio & Manuscript Review 2019
The second annual Storymakers symposium for aspiring children’s picture book creators will be taking place on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at Brooklyn Public Library! This is a free professional development event for ages 18—24 with a focus on diverse voices. Along with the day’s workshops, discussions, and networking sessions, they are also offering a special opportunity to have a one-on-one portfolio or manuscript review with industry leaders Pat Cummings, Laurent Linn, or Donna Mark.
The 29th Annual Latino College Expo & Leadership Summit
The Latino College Expo (LCE) is taking place on Saturday, March 16, 2019. It will be your chance to meet admissions representatives from over 50 public and private colleges, universities and community-based organizations. What makes this event so unique and groundbreaking is the focus on building a stronger partnership between a student and his/her parents, guardians and counselors. In addition, you will have the chance to meet with representatives from many universities. You will also have the opportunity to meet with community-based agencies that provide college preparation services and scholarship information.
The Actuarial Diversity Scholarship promotes diversity within the profession through an annual scholarship program for Black/African American, Hispanic, Native North American and Pacific Islander students. The scholarship award recognizes and encourages the academic achievements of full-time undergraduate students pursuing a degree that may lead to a career in the actuarial profession.
Each year in celebration of Anne Frank’s birthday, the AFC hosts the Spirit of Anne Frank Awards (SAFA) to recognize worthy students, educators, citizens, peacemakers, and role models who uphold Anne’s ideals of hope, justice, and equality. Scholarship and humanitarian award recipients are selected based on their extraordinary social and humanitarian efforts to engender understanding, equality, and mutual respect among diverse populations of people. Scholarship candidates who meet the eligibility requirements must complete an online application, including submission of an essay, letters of reference, and acknowledgement of the SAFA Scholarship Terms & Conditions. Application deadline: February 28, 2019.
Parents and guardians of NYC public school kids can be eligible for FREE Wi-Fi at home through The New York Public Library’s Library HotSpot program, designed for patrons without home internet.
ADAPT’s commitment to Children’s Services includes comprehensive education for children and young adults. Their preschool, school age, and after school programs are specifically designed to engage and educate children with special needs. ADAPT’s universal pre-kindergarten and integrated programs offer families a high-quality family friendly learning environment for children of all developmental levels. All classes are led by licensed and certified teachers and are staffed with certified teaching assistants.
Shake Shack is seeking fun, intelligent, outgoing, and high energy individuals to join their unique team as Team Members! They are now hiring full-time and part-time team members. This is an entry level opportunity with no previous experience required. All you need is the motivation to learn and grow in a professional, high volume, team-oriented environment! They will provide you with all the tools necessary for a successful Shacksperience, with hands-on training, online learning modules, and a structured path to grow your career.
The NYC Department of Education’s Office of Food and Nutrition Services (OFNS) provides Summer Apprentice Workers (SAW) the opportunity of employment and to learn transferrable food-related skills. SAW students also obtain valuable transferrable knowledge that can be utilized in the foodservice industry. Candidates must be in High School from grades 9—12 and the high school must be located within the five boroughs. Private, charter and parochial schools are accepted. Candidates cannot work in the SAW program if they need to attend summer school.
AdaptAbility is a program created to customize adaptive bicycles for children with special needs, allowing them to exercise and to improve mobility, while giving opportunity to experience the pleasure of riding a bicycle. Each bicycle is tailored to the child’s challenges and goals. AdaptAbility bicycles are donated to families free of charge, allowing them to increase their quality of life.
Saturday Night Lights is a signature youth-development and violence prevention program funded by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. They fund world-class sports and fitness training in safe spaces for youth ages 11—18 in 12 locations across Manhattan.
The NYC Parks Experience Summer Day Camp program is an exciting chance for children ages six to 13 to have a fun-filled summer! Campers engage in sports, fitness, and outdoor adventures while taking part in many of New York City’s rich cultural and educational opportunities. Activities include canoeing and fishing with the Urban Park Rangers, tennis and golf hosted by City Parks Foundation, Learn to Swim classes with Aquatics instructors, and fun STEAM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics). Specific activities, dates, and trip destinations will depend upon the camp location. Lottery registration dates begin in March.