That's where a summer internship can make your average, high-achieving, New York City teen really stand out from the rest of the equally high-achieving pack. Fortunately, because not all kids have the same interests, NYC summer internships come in a variety of flavors, paid and unpaid, regular and intermittent, educational and creative, with some also offering school and volunteer credit. The main thing summer internships in NYC tend to have in common is that the due dates to apply are usually before most teens have started thinking about their summer—or their college—plans. A stipend is awarded upon completion of the program. Interns help with family programming and research art, artifacts, and documents, with an emphasis on future museum careers. Paid internships may be offered to interns who are eligible for free or reduced lunch at school; otherwise, the internship is unpaid but school credit or community service hours can be earned.
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Finding a job can be an exciting, but scary process. DYCD helps teens and young adults ages 24 find internships, paid summer jobs, skills training and other opportunities. You can also call Visit Workforce1. Many public service jobs offer great benefits and opportunities to advance. If you are 18 or older, learn more about NYC public service jobs. Some agencies are hiring immediately and others require an exam.
Jobs for Teens in New York
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