Children’s Village has a range of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students in accredited academic programs requiring practice-based internships All interns work closely with CV professional staff, under the direction of specialists in their field.
The Children’s Village offers internships in the following areas:
The Children’s Village offers both BSW and MSW field placements through many schools in Westchester County and New York City that are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education including Columbia University, Fordham University, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, Silver School of Social Work at New York University, Lehman College and Mercy College. The participants are selected in the late spring for the Social Work Intern Program. The internship is from September to May. Interested students should contact Regis G. McDonald, LCSW, Senior Vice President for Programs & Policy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Recreational services Department offers a fieldwork internship opportunity to students from accredited college Therapeutic Recreation programs. The experience meets all standards set by the National Council on Therapeutic Recreation Certification (NCTRC). Interested students should forward a letter of interest, resume and two references to Bill Garrison, CTRS at email@example.com
We work directly with students to create unpaid internships in departments such as Psychology, Education, Information Technology, Admissions, Agency Records, Human Resources, Runaway Shelter, Adoption and Foster Care and Greenburgh 11 Elementary and Middle Special Education school. Our internships are located in Manhattan, Bronx, and Westchester and Orange Counties. Interested students should forward your resume and a letter outlining what you hope to achieve from an internship (time frame, full/part time availability, area of interest) and any other details that will be helpful for us to find an appropriate placement. Applicants should contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
For more information on how to volunteer at The Children’s Village, click here.
Dance Theatre of Harlem, an internationally renowned dance institution, is seeking interns for projects in Archives and Library Center located in Harlem at the Everett Center for the Performing Arts.
Dance Theatre of Harlem is a leading dance institution of unparalleled global acclaim, encompassing a performing Ensemble, a leading arts education center and Dancing Through Barriers®, a national and international education community outreach program, and an archive which encompasses its nearly 45 year history.
Now in its fourth decade, Dance Theatre of Harlem has grown into a multi-cultural dance institution with an extraordinary legacy of providing opportunities for creative expression and artistic excellence that continues to set standards in the performing arts. Dance Theatre of Harlem has achieved unprecedented success, bringing innovative and bold new forms of artistic expression to audiences in New York City, across the country and around the world.
DTH seeks interns to be part its Harlem Dance Works 2.0 Library Initiative, which includes digitization projects, and the development of an Integrated Media Center, which will become an integral part of the library and educational mission. Projects which may best suit individual skill sets and experience will be developed and coordinated for individual interns.
Internships require 10-15 hrs a week, and can be arranged anytime Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm.
Interested parties can contact:
Archive Curator, Dance Theatre of Harlem
We are looking for highly motivated people to support our mission and bring excellent interpersonal communication skills to the task. Internships will provide a substantive, challenging experience and will expand your understanding of GEMS work. Our interns work for a fixed period (usually the length of a semester) with a set number of hours per week. Eight hours is the minimum per week and a total of 80 hours is an acceptable minimum commitment. Interns may work for college credit or a college-provided stipend.
For more information, visit: https://www.gems-girls.org/careers?rq=internship
Interns will be assisting in the development of a youth research library at the Mansion. Responsibilities include assisting in the selection of age-appropriate texts in Early American History for students aged 7 through 12, or for students aged 13 through 18 (intern will focus on one age group.) Interns will concentrate on curating a comprehensive nonfiction library of approximately 250 each. Skills developed include practical experience in developing an engaging, text-based library for children, and building text-based research guides. 10-15 hours per week. Positions require an ability to work both independently and in collaboration with the museum archivist and educators, an ability to identify and review 20-30 books a week for possible inclusion in library, and the ability to combine offsite research with museum collaboration. Undergraduate students, graduates, or highly qualified high school seniors are invited to apply.
Send letter of interest and resume to Emilie Gruchow at email@example.com
Questions: Contact Director Carol Ward at (212) 923-8008
Tutors needed at Star Learning Center, a program of Goddard Riverside Community Center. Located at 26 West 84th Street in Manhattan.
Star provides one-to-one tutoring to low-income children from across the city. We are looking for volunteers who are interested in working with students from 2ndto 12th grade. Each tutor must be able to commit a two-hour block of time once a week to participate. Tutoring takes place Monday through Friday after school.
Interested students should visit https://www.goddard.org/grcc/volunteer/starlearning/ and fill out the Tutoring Application: School Year. The completed application should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is searching for motivated, underrepresented, minority 10th and 11th grade high school students who are interested in the sciences to participate in the 2017 Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP).
This ten-week program is scheduled for Friday afternoons from 4:15-6:30 PM during the months of January, February, and March.
Application due November 19, 2019
Contact Ms.Powell for a paper application.
Questions: Ms. Sahira Torres
For more information, visit https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/education/programs/nondegree-programs/high-school-students/hprep/
Empowerment, Education, & Advocacy for LGBTQ Youth
Our programs and services are designed with LGBTQ youth in mind. LGBTQ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, and Questioning. HMI is a safe space for all youth ages 13-24, regardless of sexual orientation or identity. No matter how you identify, you are welcome here. Come join us!
HMI offers new member intakes Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays beginning at 3:30pm and Saturdays beginning at 2:00pm. They are done on a first come, first serve basis. After completing their intake, new members are required to attend a New Member Orientation which happens every Wednesday and Friday from 4:00-5:00pm.
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How to become a youth member? click here.
National Student Leader Conference (NSLC) provides students with the opportunity to experience life on a college campus; develop essential leadership skills; and explore a future career through exciting simulations, exclusive site visits and interactive meetings with renowned leaders in their chosen field.
Leadership is the key to success in every profession and at the core of every NSLC youth leadership program. At the NSLC, you will enjoy innovative and fun leadership workshops where you will both learn and apply essential leadership skills including: Team Building, Ethical Decision Making, Time Management, Goal Setting, Public Speaking, and Conflict Resolution.
Youth Leadership Programs:
- Business & Entrepreneurship
- Culinary Arts & Restaurant Management
- Education & the Classroom
- Forensic Science
- Intelligence & National Security
- International Diplomacy
- Journalism, Film & Media Arts
- Law & Advocacy
- Mastering Leadership
- Medicine & Health Care
- Political Action & Public Policy
- Sports & Entertainment Management
Programs take place in New York City, DC, Chicago, San Francisco
View Details here: www.nslcleaders.org/youth-leadership-programs
How we do it:
– Focus on children from low-income communities
– Give one-on-one instruction at the student’s reading level
– Recruit and train community volunteers to work with children
– Partner with high-need elementary schools to offer an effective program on campus
– Provide a way for volunteers to give a small amount of their time to make a huge difference in a child’s life.
PS 188 – The Island School Reading Center:
Located on the lower east side of Manhattan East Houston Street near Avenue D at Lillian Wald Dr.
The reading center is located on campus in room 301.
This center operates Monday through Thursday from 9am-5pm.
Lower East Side Reading Center
More details here: http://readingpartners.org/location/new-york-city/