Arlington Teen Web Site: Want to help guide the content on the Arlington Teens Web site? Apply to join our staff and you can help make decisions, become a regular blogger and help build other site content, such as YouTube videos, Flickr pages, music and more. Email email@example.com for more info.
Prime Program, Arlington Public Schools: The Prime Program is open to 20 to 25 gifted high school students, 16 years or older. Prime operates during the school year and in the summer. Students work with a mentor in a professional organization that matches their career interest.
Youth Leadership Greater Washington (YLGW) provides a six-month, interactive youth leadership development and community education program for high school sophomores and juniors in the region.
The Honors Research Program (HRP) brings a small group of honors-level high school students to the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography and to EV Nautilus for several weeks during the summer. Applications are due March 1st at 5:00 PM Pacific Time.
Teen LEAD (Teen Leadership, Education and Development): high school students living in Arlington's Columbia Heights West neighborhood participate in leadership workshops and complete internships at neighborhood after school programs. Run by the Greenbrier Learning Center. Call 703- 379-6488 for more info.
Summer Camp Intern: An Arlington nonprofit, Greenbrier Learning Center offers internships for teens (age 15+) who are interested in working with children participating in recreatitonal and enrichment activities. For more info, call 703-379-6488.
Latino Internship Program Environment for the Americas and the USDA Forest Service invite you to apply for our internship opportunity at the temporary headquarters of the US Forest Service in Arlington (Rosslyn), Virginia. Develop bilingual (English/Spanish) presentation, outreach materials and web content, work with educators as part of our environmental education and interpretative programs, and develop and implement a media/communications program that appeal to and educate local and national-level Spanish-speaking audiences.
SAF develops the leadership of college students from diverse backgrounds, giving them the opportunity to work directly with farmworkers in the Southeast. Work full-time with migrant education programs, legal aid offices, rural health clinics, community-based organizations and farmworker unions.
The Student Summer Institute: an enrichment program for students to write and to share their work with other writers. Applications are due in May and students will be notified by late June. See the website for more details.
High School page internships are available to 13- and 14-year-olds in Virginia. Students have the opportunity to work in the Senate of Virginia or the Virginia House of Delegates and are elected for one term while Congress is in session. All applicants should have an A or B average at the time they are applying and should be prepared to commit to a 40 hour work week while the Congress is in session.
National Zoo Sessions are one week long (Monday through Friday). Age requirement: You must be 13 to 18 years old to volunteer. Special qualifications: Volunteers in this program must be interested in working with children in kindergarten through seventh grade, be flexible, have a good imagination and a sense of humor, Class Aides are required to work two or three full weeks (Monday through Friday), from late June to mid-August, with a seven-hour shift per day; a minimum of 35 hours per week. Training: Saturday, June 8, 2013 Training is mandatory.
Smithsonian Youth program for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors! A 16-week program that runs from Summer to Fall 2013: June 24th-August 2nd, September 14th-November 16th Access to experts Behind-the-scenes tours of Smithsonian facilities not open to the public A stipend of $1,750 Apply by March 29th, 2013!