ACE MENTOR PROGRAM | 2015-2016 (New Cohort Begins in February!)
The ACE Mentor Program is a FREE after-school program for high school students who are interested in careers in architecture, construction management, or engineering. The program also helps students who open to exploring new paths. In ACE, students learn what it is like to work as an architect, construction manager and engineer through hands-on skill building activities and first-hand exposure to the workplace environment. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but programs have limited space, so apply ASAP!
YCTEEN INTERNSHIP | Deadline: February 12, 2016
Writers must be between the ages of 15 and 20. Our office is in midtown Manhattan and is open to writers from 1-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Within that time frame, writers must commit to a minimum of two days a week, two hours a day (for a total of at least 4 hours per week). Writers must commit to participating for a minimum of 3 months. YCteen writers are mentored by a professional editor as they learn memoir-writing and journalism skills. Our writers get to be a voice for other teens, and their work is published in print and online.
YMCA INTERNSHIP | Deadline: March 11, 2016
• 8 week internship in a related career field of interest: marketing,
legal, arts, nonprofit, media, veterinary, and technological
• $1,500 stipend
• $300 clothing stipend
• MetroCard for internship period
BORO-LINC | 2015-2016
Boro-Linc partners with a cultural organization in each borough to offer free, family-friendly performances, workshops, and exhibitions by Lincoln Center resident organizations and community-based artists to bring world-class family programming to all five boroughs.
826NYC TUTORING PROGRAM | 2015-2016 (ASAP!)
826NYC, a nonprofit in Park Slope that offers free tutoring (mostly geared towards writing). Currently, their daily program is full, but there's still space for their Sunday-only program.
LUNCH APPLICATION | 2015-2016
Apply for lunch today!
COLLEGE BOARD WEBSITE | 2015-2016
Get connected to a college. Find official college planning and preparation tools to help you and/or your child succeed. Visit the College Board website - your inside source.