Oportunidades 

Esta página contendrá una lista de varias oportunidades disponibles para los estudiantes de Landmark 

Dr. Richard Barnett Foundation Scholars Program 9th and 10th Grade Cohort Application

The Dr. Richard Barnett Foundation Scholars Program is currently seeking 9th and 10th grade students for the upcoming school year.  It is a fully funded college and career readiness program that combines academic, advising, social emotional learning and career networking support. I will be working with Molly, our social work intern, on nominating students for the program and providing support to assure that they continue to attend and remain engaged in the program. Also listed below are our current scholars in the program and they will be starting their second year. Please let us know students that you would like to nominate that would benefit from this program. The organization is partnered with the NBA and Chase Bank and is very well funded, and the kids are invited to  pretty amazing events. 

 

10th Grade:
- Seeking 15-20 inspiring students to join our cohort
- Program start date: October 2022

9th Grade:
-Seeking 50-60 inspiring students to join our cohort
-Program start date: February 2023

Internship Program

The Fall/Spring 2022-2023 Internship Program application is now open.

The application deadline is October 14th, 2022.

Click here for the application link.

What is The Internship Program? 

The Futures and Options Internship Program provides New York City high school students with critical work-readiness training and the opportunity to gain firsthand work experience as interns with a dynamic range of business partners.

Futures and Options interns work in paid, mentored internships that best match their skills and interests.

 Who is eligible to participate in The Internship Program?

Students must be enrolled in high school in New York City and be at least 16 years old; have a valid working card; and be eligible to lawfully work in the United States.

High School Apprenticeship Program
 

A paid museum internship for NYC DOE high school students 

Applications due November 15, 2022

New York City public and charter school students are invited to apply now for a paid, in-depth internship to learn about different cultures, history, and making a difference. Participating students will gain professional experience through working in the Museum. 

The High School Apprenticeship Program at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust offers New York City public high school students a challenging program of work and study as they learn about Jewish heritage, the Holocaust, and what goes on "behind-the-scenes" at a museum. 

TRAINING: February through June, Apprentices participate in paid after-school training twice a month on select Thursdays to prepare them for summer employment at the Museum. 

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: Apprentices have part-time (four days a week) paid positions at the Museum, from the end of June until mid-August. Through a close mentoring relationship with staff, Apprentices explore careers in different departments at the Museum, as well as hear Holocaust survivor testimony, go on field trips, and get to know students from schools across the city. 

ELIGIBILITY: Students from all backgrounds from New York City public high schools and charter schools are encouraged to apply. 

MORE INFORMATION: Please contact us at hsap@mjhnyc.org or 646.437.4324. 

 

Click here to apply for the 2023 High School Apprenticeship Program.

The 2022 class of Apprentices in the Museum's Garden of Stones. 

The High School Apprenticeship Program is made possible with major support from The Pinkerton Foundation. We are also grateful for support from The Sunshine Foundation.

The Ranger Conservation Corps Internship

 

The Ranger Conservation Corps is a great urban environmental internship for high school students who are interested in the natural world or environmental issues. 

Our Ranger Conservation Corps interns gain experience while working with the Urban Park Rangers on environmental restoration in natural areas in our flagship parks. Participants may go on exciting field trips including canoeing, overnight camping, and more. Interns receive community service hours, and the experience looks great on a college application!

We offer two Ranger Conservation Corps sessions each year (in the fall and spring), and each session lasts approximately eight (8) weeks. The program occurs one day a week, on a school day afternoon for 2 to 2.5 hours.

How to Apply

Ranger Conservation Corps session dates are flexible and registration is on a rolling basis year round. 

If you're interested in applying to the Ranger Conservation Corps, the first step is to contact the Ranger Conservation Corps. Our Urban Park Rangers will work with you to get you placed at a park location with a schedule that works for you. 

Contact the Ranger Conservation Corps

InterseXtions: Gender & Sexuality

In this paid internship, New York City LGBTQ+ youth ages 14–19 explore gender and sexuality in art through an activist lens, and work collaboratively to organize programs for other queer and trans youth.

Teen staff in InterseXtions:

  • Learn about LGBTQ+ social movements and artists working today

  • Meet educators, artists, and curators to learn about art and our collections

  • Share readings and analyze issues of representation in art and media

  • Discuss topics such as feminism, sexuality, and social justice to make connections between art and our world

  • Make art expressing their own interpretation of those topics

  • Dream up, organize, and promote a free, large-scale event for LGBTQ+ teens and their allies

  • Communicate with community organizations and emerging artists and performers

  • Build affirming, joyful community spaces for other queer and trans youth

  • Strengthen their communication, collaboration, critical thinking, advocacy, and media literacy skills, and develop their sense of time management and responsibility

Get paid $15 per hour. Second-year InterseXtions members serve as leaders in the program and are paid $16 per hour. Work up to 75 hours for the year! Metrocards will be provided to support in-person meetings.

This program is open to all NYC teens, ages 14–19, who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, two-spirit, nonbinary, gender nonconforming, questioning, queer, intersex, and/or asexual. The program will take place in person from November 2022 through June 2023.

All InterseXtions members must be able to commit to the full work schedule:

  • Tuesdays: Weekly meetings, 5–7 pm

  • Fridays and weekends: Occasional teen staff events, field trips, and activities, to be determined

How to apply:
Submit an online application by October 16, 2022.

Questions? Email us at teen.programs@brooklynmuseum.orgJoin our email list to learn more about free arts programming planned by our teen staff, and follow #bkmteens on Facebook and Instagram.

Want to perform at LGBTQ+ Teen Night? Send us a proposal.

MCC Youth Theater Company 

The MCC Theater Youth Company seeks dedicated, enthusiastic and responsible young people for its Performance and Playwrighting Labs. Company members may be a part of one or both Labs.

The 2022-2023 Youth Company Auditions will be held on October 20th and 21st from 4:30PM-6:30PM. All students must attend BOTH audition dates to be eligible to join.

To sign up fill out the 2022-2023 Youth Company Auditions Registration Form here. The deadline to register is Wednesday, October 19th at 11:59pm.

DOWNLOAD THE AUDITION FLYER

MCC Youth Company Staff will update all applicants in the event the audition must be held virtually. The weekly classes will begin online and may transition to in-person for vaccinated students at the end of the year. A hybrid-format will be made possible for students who chose to continue remote learning

Guidelines:

  • Between the ages of 14-19 and live in New York City

  • Currently enrolled public high school students when they join the company

  • Have a strong interest in participating in the dramatic arts

  • Open-minded and willing to take risks

  • Committed to consistent attendance at workshops and rehearsals

  • Accepted into the company based on effort, not previous theater experience

  • No preparation is required

Double Discovery Program at Columbia University

Students, please see attached flyer for a college access program, located at Columbia University.  The commitment would only be for Saturdays, so please consider. They are offering an info session this coming Monday. You should sign up and check it out, if you're free. Deadline to join the program is next Friday. Sorry for the late notice - this is a new connection for Landmark!

Double Discovery Program Info Session _ Columbia - October 3rd

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Sophomores/Juniors - FREE 6 Week SAT Prep Workshop at Landmark


FREE SAT Prep Workshop every Wednesday 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM with AList for 6 weeks starting October 12, 2022.  Includes full length practice tests and materials. Come check out our table at the club fair on Monday and sign up !!

The Garden Apprentice Program (GAP) at Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a great way for teens to learn about urban agriculture and the environment while working in one of the most exciting public gardens in the world! Apprentices can work their way up the four-tier program.

 

Learn More about the Garden Apprentice Program