To learn more about these internships or for assistance applying, come to Franklin High School’s College and Career Center in Room 205A, next to Counseling on the 2nd Floor.
What is an Internship?
- An internship is a workplace experience, like a job, which can help you grow and learn about careers you might want to pursue.
- An internship can be full or part-time, paid or unpaid, and offered during the school year or summer.
- Please remember you are not guaranteed an internship but you are encouraged to apply and have your resume and cover letter ready at all times.
- If you are interested in earning .5 CTE credit for your internship, contact the Career Connected Learning Coordinator in Room 205A for next steps and more information.
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Bank of America Student Leaders – Deadline 1/28/22
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Student Leaders® Program is accepting applications for the 2022 Student Leaders.
As a Student Leader, you will participate in an eight‐week paid internship at a local nonprofit organization where you will learn first‐hand about the needs of your community and the critical role nonprofits play.
In addition, you will learn valuable civic, social and business leadership skills. Each Student Leader will attend the Student Leader Summit held in Washington, D.C.* where you will explore how government, business and the nonprofit sector work to address critical community needs.
If you would like to make a difference in your community, apply today!
If you are a current junior or senior in high school with a passion for improving your community, we want to help you turn that passion into action.
To become a Student Leader, you must:
- Currently be a junior or senior in high school
- Live in one of the eligible counties (King, Snohomish and Pierce County)
- Be able to participate in an 8‐week paid summer internship at a local nonprofit/charitable organization and work 35 hours a week*
- Be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship through the end of September 2022
- Be able to participate in a week‐long Student Leadership Summit in Washington, DC (July 25-30, 2022 ) All expenses paid as part of Student Leaders. This week will be part of your 8‐ week experience. *
- Be a student in good standing at your school
Application deadline is Friday, January 28, 2022.
*In-person events will be in line with local and national guidelines around gatherings and travel and may be subject to change.
FEEST Youth Leader – Closed
Description of Program: 4-6 hours per/week. $17 per/hour. FEEST is a youth organizing program at Chief Sealth, Rainier Beach, Franklin, Evergreen and Tyee High Schools. We’re offering an exciting paid opportunity for youth who are interested in health and social justice to build organizing skills and make positive change in your school food system!
In the FEEST program you will receive leadership training, develop facilitation & public speaking skills, learn about social justice, and build youth power to create more equitable school systems in the Seattle and Highline School Districts.
Application open on a rolling basis until positions are filled.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (Belina –Youth Organizer)
Franklin High School’s LINK CREW
Being selected as a Link Crew Leader is a great honor; it means you have been chosen by your school as a trusted representative and ambassador. You will represent Franklin at the 9th grade orientation and throughout the year at campus events designed to help 9th graders make a smooth transition to high school. As a Link Leader, you will be assigned a “crew” 9th graders who you will welcome to campus and who you will mentor throughout the school year. Must be available for a meeting in mid-June, trainings in mid-August and orientation at the end of August/beginning of September. Application deadline is mid-June. Be a leader at FHS!
BIPOC Leadership Cohort
- High School aged BIPOC Youth interested in Leadership and either Bike Riding or Bike Repair
- Personal development focused leadership and skill building through bike repair, bike riding, and staff-led conversations to help young people discover and find their inner leader both as an individual and within a group setting
Bike Works is offering TWO areas of focus in the BIPOC Leadership Cohort for the Fall of 2021: one cohort will concentrate on repair and one cohort will concentrate on riding.
All sessions will be at Bike Works in Columbia City (meeting for two sessions every week end of Sept/Oct/mid Nov)
- The Bike Repair Cohort meets on Tuesday afternoons from 4pm-6pm and will learn about basic mechanics while gaining skills in working on bikes that could lead to future employment as a mechanic.
- The Bike Riding Cohort meets on Saturday mornings from 10am-1pm and will engage in increasingly longer rides as we explore our community and learn about future employment riding bikes.
- BOTH tracks will engage in Leadership Conversations and Training on Thursdays from 4pm-6pm.
Deadline is September 17, 2021