All Star Code Summer Intensive

For 10th or Y1s – All Star Code Summer Intensive – is a free, six-week, selective program (no coding experience required) that provides students with the skills, networks, and mindset they need to become coders, makers, and entrepreneurs. This program is hosted at top tech companies in NYC, including Goldman Sachs and Facebook. All Star Code is a nonprofit computer science education organization focused on motivated Black and Latino young men. Young men of color, with or without coding experience, are encouraged to apply. How to apply: Visit our website to apply and for more details.

The application will open on January 3rd, 2018.

DEADLINE: March 15th

Contact us: Email

Fort Greene Park Conservancy Summer Internship

Event Promotion and Production
Media Development and Distribution

5 positions available
Need: June (when available) through August 15, 2013
Age:  Rising Junior or Senior in High School, or College Age

Join this exciting team who will produce over 35 free events in the park this summer.

Excellent writing skills
Feel strongly about building and being part of community
Rising junior or senior in high school or College Age 

We will help focus your tasks on your skillset. You will work with the Programming and Marketing committees to help produce and promote our programming.

Those with strong writing skills will help write our newsletters, e-blasts and work with the Development committee on grants and sponsorship.

 Please tell us in a short paragraph why you are interested and the right person for the internship. Please provide your current email and phone number.

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Start Date: mid to last week of June
End Date: Mid August
Weekly Hours: M,T,W 9-4 (except 2 Tuesday show days 2-10p), Th 9-12, Sat 9-12 must arrive on time

Compensation: Unpaid, daily Metrocard provided
Contact: Charles Jarden –

Application Deadline: ASAP

New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA)

Professional Development Internships for High School Students:

The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), an Executive Agency of the State of New York dedicated to expanding the artistic and cultural diversity of the state through funding programs.


Interns will work along side NYSCA’s staff of professional arts administrators to assist in carrying out all aspects of the grant-making process. Interns will learn about the functioning of a government funding agency, arts funding policies, non-profit arts management operations, analysis and evaluation of grant applications, and the integration of new technologies in funding. Interns may have the opportunity to attend performances and exhibitions, write reports to be shared with NYSCA staff, conduct field research, and accompany staff to meetings with the leaders of applicant organizations.


  • Interns will work with staff to gain training and assist in:
  • General Administrative Support and Reception
  • Paper and Digital File Archiving and Organization
  • Database and Contacts Management
  • PC computer based program information management and research
  • Review and catalogue grant application and video, audio, photo, and print work samples
  • Preparation and support for Panel Meetings, operation of media and technical equipment, and taking meeting notes


  • Interest in arts and culture, arts management, and/or public policy
  • Excellent writing, communication, and organizational skill
  • Strong computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access along with familiarity with multimedia and productivity websites (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo, ZoHo, Google Docs, etc.)

Fall, Spring & Summer Internships. Schedules are flexible.

Interested applicants must submit a letter, resume and two-page critical writing sample to These requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Interviews will be arranged with applicants whose experience and interests match current needs at the agency.

Application deadline is rolling.