Showing posts with label internships. Show all posts
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Monday, December 12, 2016

Geosciences Bridge - A NOAA Internship for High School Students

Geosciences Bridge is an internship opportunity for high school seniors who are interested in pursuing careers in geosciences. The six week program is hosted at the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore. Students receive college credits and stipends in addition to having all expenses paid.

The Geosciences Bridge internship gives students the opportunity to learn about ocean sciences, atmospheric sciences, and geographic information systems. The internship will run from July 5th through August 11th. Applications are due by March 31st. The program is funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the National Science Foundation.

Additional NOAA-sponsored internships and fellowships can be found on their Opportunities for Students page.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Tech Jobs and Internships for Teens

Summer will be here soon in the Northern Hemisphere and that means there will be high school students looking for summer jobs and internships. Teens in Tech knows this and is doing something to help high school students find jobs and internships with tech companies. The Teens in Tech Job Board is a place for tech companies to post opportunities and for students to find those opportunities.

The Teens in Tech Job Board just launched this week so the opportunities list is limited still short. The job board does have the potential to become a good place for high school students to find a company that will give them an experience that they probably won't find mowing lawns or flipping burgers during the summer.

H/T to TechCrunch

Friday, March 5, 2010

The Best Internship on Earth!

The Sierra Club is looking for a summer intern to fill its "best internship on Earth." From what I can gather from the Sierra Club's application page, the primary responsibility of the intern is to
be a video blogger. The intern will go on Sierra Club outreach outings and create videos of the experiences. The chosen intern will receive a stipend of $2500 to live in the San Francisco area for the summer. Additionally, the intern's travel to all outings will be paid for and the intern will receive approximately $2000 worth of outdoor clothing and gear. Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 25. You can read more about this opportunity here.

Applications for Education
If you work with students who have an interest in the outdoors and are between the ages of 18 and 25, you might want to pass along this opportunity to them. Likewise, if you have an adventurous video production student this opportunity might pique his or her interest.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Google Summer of Code - Apply Now

Google Summer of Code looks like an awesome summer learning experience for college students. The program brings students together with mentors to develop open source code for a variety of projects. The Summer of Code is open to any current student over the age of 18. You can read the full details of program here. Applications are due by April 3.

The video below provides an overview of the program.

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