The NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC) STEAM Education initiative, in conjunction with the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and the NYC Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), is accepting applications for its upcoming summer internship programs. The agency will select 30 students from public and private high schools across the five boroughs to participate in a six-week paid summer internship program that will provide students an opportunity to explore careers in the fields of architecture, engineering, construction, design, law, business administration, and finance from the perspective of the public sector.
Sonia and Celina Sotomayor Judicial Internship Program (SCS JIP) The Sonia and Celina Sotomayor Judicial Internship Program is now accepting applications from current high school juniors (rising seniors) for its summer internship program. Students from under served communities will be exposed to careers in law through an internship with a judge in state or federal courts throughout New York City. The program will also consist of weekly seminars, including sessions on college preparation, essay writing, professional skills, legal research and writing, and exploring different legal career options. Click here for more information.
The NYC DOE Office of Food and Nutrition Services is offering the Summer Apprenticeship Program High School employees that gain work experience in Food & Nutrition kitchens and cafeterias during the Summer Meals Program. They assist with varied tasks in addition to serving meals to over 1,000 Community-Based Organizations and the children of New York City. Food & Nutrition provides the Summer Apprentice Workers the opportunity of employment and learning transferable food-related skills. S.A.W. employees also obtain valuable transferable knowledge that can be utilized in the food service industry.
CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS INSTITUTE Have you ever dreamed of visiting our nation’s capital and learning about how our government works? CHCI has an all-expenses paid leadership experience designed just for Latino high school students. Spend a week exploring Washington, D.C., while creating lasting friendships and wonderful memories. Participate in R2L® NextGen and make this a summer to remember! Through the various interactive learning opportunities, you will better understand some of the top issues that face the Latino community. You will learn how you can be leaders of change in your community. You will also be inspired by the success stories of the speakers you will meet—including many CHCI Alumni—who have dedicated their lives to creating a better world for us all. Learn more: https://chci.org/ Innovation, Entrepreneurship and the Science of Smart Cities (ieSoSC) This opportunity focuses on technology and engineering skills, as well as design and prototyping, all built around real world applications and research.