The Futures and Options Internship Program provides paid, mentored internships and career readiness workshops to high school juniors and seniors. Interns acquire hands-on work experience and gain entry to small businesses, nonprofits, government agencies and multinational corporations.
Introduction to Community Innovation at Bronx Innovation Factory
Learn how to make (almost) anything using the tools of advanced manufacturing!
In this free after school STEM program, you’ll learn the fundamentals of digital fabrication and electronics—including 3D modeling and printing, laser cutting, CNC machining, and Arduino—as well as economic democracy and innovation.
This is a unique opportunity to get hands-on experience with the equipment that will be driving innovation and manufacturing in the future, and to learn how to apply those tools to solving community challenges and strengthening the Bronx.
The program also includes a visit to MIT (expenses covered) during spring break and talks from local entrepreneurs who are using advanced manufacturing to build a better Bronx. After successfully completing the program, you’ll also be eligible to apply for paid summer internships with the Bronx Innovation Factory.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Nathan email@example.com Yaribel firstname.lastname@example.org or your advisor. Summer Shakespeare is a five-week summer intensive that is free for qualifying students. Twenty-two students are selected to train five days a week in voice, movement, ensemble work and scene study (50 hours of classes total). The program culminates in a production of an abbreviated Shakespeare play. Summer Shakespeare is an intensive program that requires the quick understanding and execution of new skills.
Summer Shakespeare runs July 8th to August 10th, 2019. Classes meet Mondays through Fridays. Final performances are on Friday, August 9th and Saturday, August 10th.
Call the Studio at 212-689-0087 to request an interview for “Outreach Summer Shakespeare.” You can also reach out to Program Director Jason Gray at email@example.com.
The Participatory Budgeting Youth Fellowship (PBYF) builds the leadership skills of young New Yorkers who are committed to lifting up youth voices and leading change.
The program offers high school students intensive leadership training, hands-on work experience, and ongoing support to promote greater youth involvement in New York City’s Participatory Budgeting (PB) process, in which City Council members dedicate at least $1 million for local residents as young as eleven to decide how it is spent.
Youth Fellows serve as ambassadors and advocates, working to promote PB and engage other youth and underrepresented groups throughout the process. By preparing a growing cadre of young civic change leaders, PBYF aims to make a lasting impact in communities throughout New York City.
EXCEL at NYU Academy (Opportunity for 10th Graders)
Spend a summer at NYU preparing for the transition from high school to college and learning to become a dynamic leader in your community.
The Children's Aid EXCEL @ NYU Academy is a two-year program supports 30 juniors from Fannie Lou to transition from high school to college and challenges students to become dynamic leaders in their community and beyond. Participants will be immersed within NYU’s college environment, engage with NYU professors and students in course and campus activities. By engaging with intensive critical literacy, a college preparation curriculum, field trips, guest speakers, and lectures students develop skills in writing, reading, public speaking, and networking.
The Children's Aid Sports Management Program is an exciting way to get involved in sports and learn about various careers related to athletics.
The Sports Management Program meet once a week and is open to interested students. It will instruct you how to manage a sporting event, equipment, maintain statistics, game-scores and capture the adventure of the game in writing/journalism and other avenues of the industry. Through this program, you will get hands-on, behind-the-scenes experience in operating sporting and recreation events!
Children’s Aid JAM Peer Education Program is an excellent way to engage with matters of community health, support fellow young people, and earn a summer job.
The JAM (Just Ask Me) Peer Education Program is hiring mature, responsible, and creative youth who will be in the 9th to 11th grades to talk to their peers about Sex, Pregnancy, STI/HIV, and Relationships.
With the Harlem Youth Court young people will serve as jurors, judges and attorneys, handling real-life cases involving their peers. Members work together to create community service projects and to help improve the lives of youth in the community.
At Harlem’s youth court, teenagers from the neighborhood are trained to handle real-life cases involving their peers, offering a restorative response to minor misbehavior. The Harlem Justice Corps offers justice-involved 18- to 24-year-olds intensive career and life development training and the opportunity to contribute constructively to their community.
Wave Hill’s Woodland Ecology Research Mentorship is a 14-month program offering students an opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge of the principles of ecology, focusing particularly on ecological restoration in New York City, and to participate in important field research with working scientists.
The Wave Hill Woodland Ecology Mentorship begins with two intensive summer courses—Mapping NYC's Urban Environment: An Intro to GIS and Restoration of NYC Natural Areas—through the College of Mount Saint Vincent. Each combines formal instruction with hands-on work in the field and in a computer lab. The summer also includes data collection in Wave Hill's woodlands, guest speakers, field trips and review sessions. By the end of this first summer, students have been exposed to the principles of forest and restoration ecology, standard methods for data collection and the use of GIS as a tool for scientific inquiry and analysis.
Beat the Odds College Scholarship Program (Opportunity for 10th graders)
Beat the Odds is looking for 10th graders to apply to a college preparation program that provides SAT support, college scholarships, and college application guidance.
The Children’s Defence Fund - NY Beat the Odds Program recognizes current high school students for their tremendous resiliency. We work with students who have overcome hardships and still serve as leaders in their schools, homes, and/or communities. Every year, we encourage current high school sophomores to apply. The program provides: SAT preparation; one-on-one college advising; college tours; life skills & leadership development training and workshops; Up to $10,000 in scholarship funds to put towards their college expenses; Support services throughout their college career and beyond including internship placements, career guidance and invitation to the CDF-NY Beat the Odds Mentoring Program.
The Wildlife Conservation Society is currently hiring for late spring and summer work at the Bronx Zoo.
The Wildlife Conservation (WCS) is hiring for Seasonal Jobs in Admissions, Food & Beverage, and Retail Sales at the Bronx Zoo. You must be 16 years or older. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year as there is turnover. It is highly recommended that Fannie Lou students apply ASAP for increased success.
A representative from WCS will be at school on Tuesday at 10:45 in the Student Union (fka Library). She will help you complete your applications and answer any questions you might have. It is preferable to have a resume.
Center for Excellence in Youth Education at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai
Students join the real-world classroom of the Mount Sinai Health System, with activities and interactions led by Mt. Sinai faculty and staff.
Through CEYE, there are a variety of different programs available to support students in exploring careers in the medical field. This summer there will be programs in: Fruit Fly Genetics and Genomics, Internship placement, Veterinary Sciences, and Neuroscience). Students may apply to more than one program.
Bridges from School to Work helps students with disabilities with career development and job placement.
Bridges from School to Work Bridges is a no-cost program, which helps young adults find good jobs with good employers. Finding a job is one thing—Bridges will also help you develop the work skills to keep those jobs and start building a career path.
Bridges is recruiting students who:
Want to work
Have a positive attitude
Are between 17 and 22 years of age
Have a documented disability
Are willing to follow an employer’s rules and instructions
The Summer Immersion Program is a free introductory computer science program for girls going into their junior or senior hear of high school who want to learn about computer science principles through real-world projects.
The Hk Maker Lab provides meaningful and engaging design experiences for NYC high school students.
The Hk Maker Lab summer program brings together 24 students from around the city for six weeks of hands-on learning at Columbia’s department of Biomedical Engineering. Students work in teams to identify a health problem, develop and test a functional prototype, and develop a business plan around their device. The program culminates in a pitch event, where student teams present their work to distinguished members of the biotech community. Particularly successful projects may even be incubated at the state-of-the-art facilities at Harlem Biospace.