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Paid Museum Internship

Teen Art Connect brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds for a year-long paid internship at The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM). Interns explore art and culture while developing self-reliance, leadership skills, and job readiness skills. Students from all Bay Area high schools entering grades 10–12 in fall 2017 are invited to apply.


To apply and for more information:


New Deadline: Friday, March 24, 2017

WPX3: Washington's Positive Peer Pressure

Are you a 9th - 12th grade student at GWHS?


Do you want to work with a team of youth to conduct research and create a media campaign?

Are you passionate about social justice and/or want to lead a positive change in your school and community?


Are you available EVERY Wednesday after school from 2:15 - 3:45 pm through May 2017?

If you answered YES to these questions, YOU ARE READY TO APPLY TO WPX3!

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
For questions or more info, or to request a hard copy of the application,
please call/text or email Mariah Cochran at (510) 210-5357 or



LYRIC is recruiting for our PAID fall internship, Castro History Tour!

Are you LGBTQQ or an ally?Are you 13-18 and looking for a fall job? Are you interested in Social Justice?  


LYRIC is recruiting for our PAID fall internship, Castro History Tour! The internship will cover social justice history in Chinatown, the Tenderloin and the Castro and design a walking tour of important historical sites in the Castro. The Castro History Tour will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 to 7:00 pm after school and some Saturdays and will run October 6-December 15. 


To learn more and apply, please email AND attend one of our Recruitment Parties:


What: LYRIC Internship Recruitment Party!



Wednesday, 9/7 5-7pm

Tuesday, 9/13 5-7pm

Thursday, 9/22 5-7pm

Wednesday, 9/28 5-7pm

Dinner will be served!


Where: LYRIC, 127 Collingwood St. @18th St. in San Francisco. 1 block from Castro MUNI station. Accessible by bus lines 24 & 33.


We will have FREE food and we will be sharing info. about our amazing paid youth programs and conducting ON SITE group interviews. 


***You must attend a recruitment party to fill out an application unless you have been a LYRIC intern in the past. If you have been an intern in the past, please contact me directly and let me know you're interested in coming back! 


Teens get paid to work and play at Jewseum!

Paid Museum Internship

Deadline: Friday, Mar 18
Internship runs June 2016–May 2017

Get paid to work, create, and learn in a museum! Teen Art Connect brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds for a year-long paid internship at The Contemporary Jewish Museum (The CJM). Interns explore art and culture while developing independence, professionalism, and leadership skills. Students from all Bay Area high schools entering grades 10–12 in fall 2016 are invited to apply.


Timeline and Important Dates:
Friday, March 18: Applications due by 5pm
• Mid-April: Applicants will be contacted and select individuals will be invited to interview
• Mid-May: Acceptance notices will be sent
• June 13 – June 24: Summer training intensive (10am-4pm, Mon – Fri)
• July – August: Three trainings Sundays 3-5:30pm (exact dates TBD)
• August 2016 – May 2017: Trainings twice a month (Sundays 3-5:30pm) and weekly work shifts (2-6 hours per week)

To apply, all applicants must complete all parts of this form:
1. Personal Information
2. Short Answers
3. Reference Information


To apply:

Bank of America Internship

Student Leaders® recognizes those who lead and serve in their own communities and beyond.   Bank of America will connect Student Leaders to tools and resources that will help them make communities better.

·         Student Leaders will:

o   Work as a paid intern at a local nonprofit for eight weeks

o   Attend the week-long Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C.

o   Develop leadership and career skills

o   Connect with like-minded students from their own community and across the country

·         Application period is November 1, 2014 – January 31, 2015

·         Please go to to learn more and apply

Tony Kelly for District 10 Supervisor 2014 Campaign seeks fall semester interns

Tony Kelly for District 10 Supervisor 2014 Campaign seeks fall semester interns who are ready to participate in a fast-paced political race in the SE corner of the City.


Ideal candidates are motivated and dedicated students who want to actively participate in the democratic process, make a significant impact in the local community and advocate for a strong, accountable community leader to serve his district completely.

Interns are expected to commit at least 10 hours total per week to the campaign.


Internship Benefits:

Build your resume

Gain real-world experience

Flexible hours

Letter of recommendation provided upon completion based on merit of work

This is a great opportunity for those that are looking to gain experience in political campaigns and get hands on experience in US government at a local level. At the same time, this internship provides rigorous work for those that have previously participated in the electoral process, allowing them to get ahead and add this experience to their political background.


Dedication and diligent work ethic

Excellent written and verbal communications skills

Must be flexible and able to adapt to a fast-paced environment

Willing to learn about the election process

To Apply: Please send an introductory email with a copy of your resume to Anand Singh at with "Field Intern" in the subject line.

Community Youth Center’s (CYC) Young Adult Worklink (YAWL) program

Community Youth Center’s (CYC) Young Adult Worklink (YAWL) program.


YAWL prepares young adults, age 17 to 24, with basic education, technical skills, and job readiness skills to become successful adults. The goal of YAWL is to help its young participants in reaching realistic and measurable results, including finishing college, completing job certificates, gaining better reading and math skills, and placement into permanent jobs or post-secondary education or training.


Participants in the Internship Cohort are placed in a subsidized paid internship at a non-profit, private, or public sector. This work experience provides the opportunity to develop workforce skills in a real work environment.



- Age 17 to 24

- Low income

- Have one or more barriers to gaining employment (i.e. basic skills deficient, English language learner, maintaining less than a C grade average, family receiving public assistance, reside in public housing, involvement in the criminal justice system, etc.).



6-month Internship Program

Job Readiness Training - Sept 22 to Dec 12 (Two $250 stipends)

Internship - Jan 12 to April 3 (Paid hourly at minimum wage)


6-week Non Internship Program

Oct 6 to Nov 14 (Stipend paid)


One-on-One Job Search Assistance

Rolling Applications (Stipend paid upon completing 4 of 5 job search activities - resume, cover letter, job application, interview prep, and/or thank you note)


I am currently accepting applications for the program and would like to know if there are any students you would like to refer and if we could set up a time for me to speak to any classrooms of seniors.


Please feel free to contact Kimberly through phone (415-752-9675) or email ( if you have any questions.


Ask Mr. Touch for the application packet.

TechHive Internship!

Applications Due: September 6th, 2014


What is TechHive?  

An interactive tech community for teens to innovate, collaborate, and create.


The Lawrence Hall of Science’s TechHive Internship program is accepting applications for the 2014-2015 year. Youth in 9-12th grade are eligible to apply for an unpaid internship in the TechHive Studio!


TechHive interns work on designing, making, and sharing projects related to science, technology, engineering, and computer science. TechHive interns also have the opportunity to test products and activities with undergraduate engineering students from UC Berkeley. No prior experience with programming or tools are necessary, but a strong interest in teamwork, learning skills, and teaching another peer is valued. TechHive interns select from one of three tracks: designing, teaching, or media production.


TechHive interns work in Berkeley at the Lawrence Hall of Science's TechHive Studio on Saturdays. TechHive students have access to design software and hardware tools including a 3D printer.  In few cases, interns will be asked to volunteer for shifts on Sundays and holidays for special events and classes. 


Interns must commit to signing up and working a minimum of 70 hours/semester in the Fall and 90 hours/semester in the Spring. (This is about three days in a given month). Interns must also be able to commit to the requirements of hands-on training on the first Saturdays of the month.


To learn more, see some of our videos on YouTube


If you are interested in applying, please fill out this online application


Note that students from underrepresented groups are highly encouraged to apply!


Questions should be directed to

MYEEP is accepting applications!

Jobs for high school youth in San Francisco!


Eligibility: Resident of San Francisco, Currently enrolled in the 9th or 10th grade


Applications available August 18th.

Applications due September 12th.


Pick up an application at the College Center or online at


Phone number: 415-202-7903


BEETS jobs now available.

Need a part-time job with flexible hours, doing something fun?

The BEETS (Band of Environmentally Educated and Employable Teens) program is a green job training internship.  We are looking for teens who are interested in: working outdoors to maintain our community gardens, motivated to learn new skills, and positively impact the community.

BEETS interns:

  • Maintain community and school gardens in the Western Addition
  • Learn critical job skills (resume/cover letter writing, job search, interviewing, etc.)
  • Assist our elementary school garden classes
  • Attend field trips and educational opportunities
  • Earn ~$800/session

Applications must be received by Monday, January 13th at 5pm.  Email applications to or mail to: 

310 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.  See us in the College Center for help applying.

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