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  • Arlington Teen Web Site: Help guide the content of this website! Make decisions, become a regular blogger and build site content, such as YouTube videos, Flickr, etc. Email teens@arlingtonva.us
  • Arlington Independent Media/Document Arlington A six week television production apprenticeship program open to APS high school students
  • Intern at Columbia Pike Library Application a month-long internship program for interested Arlington County 10th -12th graders provides real work experience while volunteering at Arlington Public Library. More Info May 31st contact Desiree Fairooz 703-228-5710 
  • Liberty's Promise: a non-profit organization that supports young immigrants to the US
  • Law Enforcement Explorer Post, Police Department: Interested in law enforcement? Are you 14, have completed 8th grade or15-20 years old, learn what it's like to be a police officer in Arlington
  • National Youth Congress, DPR: Learn about careers in the field of parks and recreation under the guidance of a County employee
  • Our Task summer internship program teaches you about global sustainability issues and video production. http://www.ourtask.org/programs/internships/  
  • Phoenix Bikes: Gain skills as a bike mechanic, earn a new bike, learn leadership
  • Student Assistant, Summer Camps, DPR: Volunteer summer assistant, must be 12+ and commit to at least four weeks.
  • Prime Program, Arlington Public Schools: open to 25 gifted students, 16+ and operates during the school year and summer. Work with a mentor in an organization that matches your career interest.
  • Youth Leadership Greater Washington (YLGW) offers a six-month, interactive youth leadership development and community education program for sophomores and juniors.
  • Student Conservation Association: Expense-paid internships in conservation projects throughout the US
  • The Honors Research Program (HRP) brings a small group of honors-level high school students to the URI’s Graduate School of Oceanography and to EV Nautilus for 1-2 weeks during the summer
  • Bank of America: Student Leaders program
  • Greenbrier Learning Center offers Teen LEAD (Teen Leadership, Education and Development) to high school students in Arlington's Columbia Heights West neighborhood afterschool programs
  • Summer Camp Intern: An Arlington nonprofit, Greenbrier Learning Center offers internships ages 15+ interested in working with children in recreatitonal activities. For more info, call 703-379-6488
  • Emily's List
  • Latino Internship Program Environment for the Americas and the USDA Forest Service internship at the temporary headquarters of the US Forest Service in Rosslyn.18+ Develop bilingual materials
  • SAF develops the leadership of college students from diverse backgrounds, giving them the opportunity to work directly with farmworkers in the Southeast
  • The Student Summer Institute: an enrichment program for students to write and to share their work with other writers. Applications are due in May, students notified by late June
  • High School page internships are available to 13-14-year-olds in Virginia to work in the Senate of Virginia or the Virginia House of Delegates; be prepared to commit to a 40-hour work week while the Congress is in session.
  • National Zoo Sessions are one week long (Mon-Fri). You must be 13-18 years old to volunteer. Training is mandatory.
  • Smithsonian Youth program for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors! A 16-week program
  • Students Training to Acquire Real-life Skills (S.T.A.R.S.) (HHS) Students gain experience through two programs, the Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) and Student Careers Experience Program (SCEP). Visit http://www.usajobs.gov/StudentJobs for additional information.
  • The Lost Towns Project accepts volunteers five days a week, Monday - Friday. We also have a limited number of formal internships available to qualified students. Edgewater, MD
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  • Secret Service Student Volunteer Service - This program is for students who are interested in working for the Secret Service. The program does not involve protecting anyone. In fact, most assignments are clerical. Internship is looking for high school students who are at least 16 years old and a United States citizen. Once they apply the applicant must pass a background check.  http://www.secretservice.gov/opportunities_interns.shtml
  • The National Security Agency’s (NSA) Gifted and Talented Program is only open to high school seniors. The program is designed for high school students who have demonstrated an aptitude for Engineering, Math and Science. This program provides a tremendous opportunity to gain valuable experience in the area of STEM. Sept. 1-Nov. 15 of each year
  • U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program (unpaid) This program, for students with a minimum of 60 credit hours or greater, provides the opportunity to work in U.S. Embassies throughout the world, as well as in various bureaus located in Washington, D.C. and at Department offices spread around the United States. This unpaid program is designed to provide substantive experiences in a Foreign Affairs environment. March 3, 2014.
  • Families USA (paid) The Communications Intern works, in conjunction with the Communications Department staff, on outreach to national, state, and minority broadcast and print media. This often includes rapid responses to breaking news. The Communications Intern will have the opportunity to work on a variety of different projects.
  • Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court in Arlington (unpaid) As a volunteer intern with the Arlington Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, you will have a unique opportunity to gain real-work experience serving the youth, adults and families of Arlington. Our interns interact with Court staff, judges, lawyers, schools, and social service agencies
  • Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Paid internship at the Smithsonian.   http://www.mnh.si.edu/education/yes/index.html 
  • Bank of America student Leaders Internship High School students help community and outreach to others in service. PAID 
  • Montgomery County Police Department Work with the policemen of Mongomerty County 
  • DIVERSITY IN VISION RESEARCH & OPHTHALMOLOGY (DIVRO)  The DIVRO program offers each participant the opportunity to work closely with leading research scientists in the Division of Intramural Research and provides hands-on training in a research environment that will prepare them to continue their studies and advance their careers in basic and clinical research.
  • National Youth Congress - Paid Selected high school youth, ages 14- 18, participate in a 10 week paid internship with Arlington County Recreation Department. County staff provide hands-on opportunities for youth to work in their department. February of each year
  • Library of Congress A work-study opportunity for high school students to volunteer at the Library of Congress.  Students must be recommended by someone at their school and be able to work during the year or on a part time basis. Usually high school seniors.Applications are accepted at any time.  http://www.loc.gov/hr/employment/index.php?action=cFellowships.showDetail&lastSearch=%7C1%7C%7C&record=4 
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation Future Agents in Training ProgramAvailable to high school students. It takes place during the summer and explores the areas where the FBI is involved:  criminal, counterterrorism, intelligence, counterintelligence, and administrative. http://www.fbi.gov/washingtondc/news-and-outreach/outreach/fait 
  • SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH (SIP) Paid Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. March 1

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