Participating in opportunities outside of school are the gateway to resume building and gaining experience. Check out some upcoming opportunities and apply to the one that best suits your interest.


Art for Change

What: After school Studio Program classes in Digital Design, Screen Printing, Introduction, and Advance Art Portfolios, and Murals.

Info Session: October 25, 2019

A Night with Author Angie Thomas

What: Powerhouse YA author Angie Thomas joins Brooklyn Public Library on October 25, 2019 from 7:00pm-9:00pm to discuss themes from her two New York Times bestselling novels about powerful young women who use their voices to effect change. Angie will be in conversation with BPL YA librarian Adeeba Afshan Rana

When: October 25, 2019

Next Generation Politics Civic Forums

What: Students interested in participating in conversations that emphasize multiple perspectives with civic-minded teens from schools across the city are encouraged to apply to become a Next Generation Politics Civic Fellow for the 2019-20 school year. Students will participate in a Sunday Civic Forum series from 11:00am-2:00pm and an optional cross-school Civic Action Internship in the spring.

When: October 2019-January 2020

ARIVA Tax Prep Internship

What: Interested in Accounting or Finance ? Earn the IRS Tax Preparer credential and support community members qualify for refunds and tax credits!

Apply: Attend the info meeting October 28, 2019 3pm-4:30 @ H2H HUB 452 EAST 149TH STRET, 2ND FLOOR, BRONX NY- Email Amanda at for info.

Be sure to check in with Mr. Campos or Ms. Alder before and after you apply.

Teens Take the Met

What: Grab your friends and take over The Met for the night. Drop in for teen-only activities across the Museum including art making, performances, music, and more. Discover what you can also do at over 40 NYC cultural and community organizations.

When: November 8, 2019, 5PM-8PM

Apprenticeship Program @ Museum of Jewish Heritage

What: Program of study and work designed to give them a behind-the-scenes look at what it is like to work in the Museum and explore Jewish heritage and their own. After an extensive spring training, Apprentices work full-time during the summer in different Museum departments; lead tours, and are introduced to the curatorial, educational, administrative, and operational sides of the Museum.

Deadline to apply: November 8, 2019

Become a Disney Dreamer

What: 4 day power packed event inspiring high school students to dream back. The event will include Inspirational guest speakers with immersive presentations, career activities ranging from animation, journalism and entrepreneurship to culinary arts and zoology, and networking and interviewing opportunities- ALL WHILE VISITING DISNEYLAND !!!!!.

When: March 2020

Deadline to apply: October 31, 2019

Be sure to check in with Mr. Campos or Ms. Alder before and after you apply.

Teen Leadership Council

What: The Teen Leadership Council is a group of New York City-based teens that foster a fun and safe space for teens to express creative ideas with The Studio Museum in Harlem. Teen Leadership Council members assist with planning and facilitating the Museum’s free programs for teens, including Art Looks and Studio Works, and collaborate with other teen organizations for special programs. Through visits to Museums, talks with arts professionals, and exchanges with their peers, the Teen Leadership Council nurtures creativity and ambition in developing the next generation of cultural programmers.

When: January 2020-June 2020

Deadline to apply: October 28, 2019

Be sure to check in with Mr. Campos or Ms. Alder before and after you apply.

Expanding the Walls @ The Studio Museum HARLEM

What: An eight-month photography-based program for a students. Participants work with a diverse group of arts professionals to explore issues related to community, history, and culture while learning the basics of photography in a regimen of art workshops, discussion groups, and field excursions. Expanding the Walls uses the work of renowned photographer James VanDerZee as a catalyst for discussion and art-making. The program culminates with a celebration of the participants' work.

When: January 2020- July2020

Deadline to apply: October 28, 2019

Be sure to check in with Mr. Campos or Ms. Alder before and after you apply.

Attend a Free Architecture and Design College Fair

What: High school students from the Tri-State area are invited to learn more about applying to architecture school. Representatives from over 30 colleges, universities, and design programs nationwide will be on-hand at the Center for Architecture to meet with students and answer questions.

When: November 2, 2019

Deadline to register: November 1,2019


What: A 4-week opportunity for high school students to travel to a new country learning different ways of the world.

When: Summer 2020 (4 weeks)

Deadline to apply: December 6, 2019

Interested? Stop by 311A and see Ms. Alder

Geriatrics Career Development

What: Sophomore's interested in the healthcare field can apply for this 3-year program that includes paid internships, health career exploration, mentorship, college readiness and clinical training/certifications!

When: Summer 2020 (4 weeks)

Deadline to apply: Rolling

Be sure to check in with Mr. Campos or Ms. Alder before and after you apply.

Emma Bowen Fellowship

What: Fellowship that prepare students for careers in the Business of Media, Content of Media and Innovation of Media. Whether you're interested in being a producer, a journalist, a web developer, an engineer, a business executive, a PR agent, or in any other career in the media or tech industry, the Emma Bowen Fellowship is here to help you get your start. Being a fellow also grants you access to opportunities including Paid summer internship, On-the-job training from top professionals, An all-expenses paid Summer Conference in New York City, Need-based scholarships, A rich community of diverse media and tech talent, and Lifelong professional networks.

When: Summer 2020

Be sure to check in with Mr. Campos or Ms. Alder before and after you apply.

Headache and Arts: A Medicine and Visual Arts Program for High School Students

What: Headache and Arts is a STEAM-based medicine and visual arts program. This one-week health education program for health and visual arts classes seeks to teach high school students about the brain, migraine, and concussion.