High Schools

Opportunities announced the week of Tuesday, August 25, 2015 (in chronological order)


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High Schools: Paid Internships for High School Students at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Application Deadline: September 16, 2015
Event: Early November through mid-June
Contact: Betsy Gibbons/212-650-2330

Are you an artist, writer, thinker, or designer? Interested in finding out about careers in museums? Apply to the High School Internship Program at the Met to meet experts, find mentors, make friends, gain professional experience, and more. Students do not need prior experience or specific knowledge to apply – just an interest in learning about museum careers and great works of art. For more information and the link to the online application, please click here. All application must be submitted by 6:00pm on Wednesday, September 16th.


High Schools: New York Cares Youth Service Clubs

Registration Deadline: September 19, 2015
Event: Ongoing
Contact: Michael Wise/212-402-1162

New York Cares is looking for new high school partners for our Youth Service Club Program. Participating schools get monthly customized community service projects for groups of up to 15 students along with monthly issue education sessions and an invitation to our annual Youth Service Conference. New York Cares has partnerships with over 1,500 non-profit organizations that are in need of volunteer support. Join us and help meet that need! For more information and an application please visit our website. Annual program fee $2,000.


High Schools: Apply Now for the High School Science Research Pathways Program

Application Deadline: October 5, 2015
Contact: STEMMattersNYC@schools.nyc.gov

Are you are interested in starting or reinvigorating a Science Research program in your school? Apply Now for the High School Science Research Pathways Program! Participating teachers will facilitate a Science Research After-School Club to guide 9th or 10th grade students through the steps needed to conduct independent, long-term scientific research; develop students’ scientific literacy skills through journal research and interpretation, data analysis, written communication and oral presentations; and work with their school administration to develop or reestablish a multi-year science research program. Teachers selected to participate will attend a three-day High School Science Research Fundamentals Institute that meets Fridays and Saturdays in November 2015, and additional professional development in the winter of 2016 to support their successful rollout of a year-long science research course in 2016-17. Students from the Science Research After-School Clubs will present their research at the STEM Matters NYC Research Symposium in June 2016. Click here to learn more about the High School Science Research Pathways Program and to apply.