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    Franklin High School's College and Career Center is in Room 205A, next to Counseling on the 2nd Floor. 
    Ms. Linda Filley Bentler, Career Connected Learning Coordinator, organizes community service, internship and job opportunities, coordinates job shadows and field trips, and provides guidance with college and career planning.
    Drop by Room 205A for more information or email lifilleybent@seattleschools.org

    To find out about the latest internships and jobs, please see the list of opportunities below and sign up for "Franklin at Work 2" on REMIND by sending a text to: 81010 with the message: @workquaker

    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 Ms. Linda Filley Bentler at lifilleybent@seattleschools.org for next steps and more information.

    CHECK OUT OPEN INTERNSHIPS LISTED BELOW!  Teen job search TIPS!


    FHS Logo Franklin High School's LINK CREW- OPEN NOW 

    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 2021-2022 school year. Must be available for a meeting on June 18, trainings on August 19-20 and orientation on August 31 - September 1.  Application deadline is June 16, 2021.  Be a leader at FHS!

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    Our Climate  Climate Change Fellowship - OPEN NOW 

    This is a part time, unpaid opportunity with a commitment of 5-10 hours a week starting September 15, 2021 and will end May 15, 2022. Each Fellow will receive a $500 educational reimbursement to deepen their education on youth climate leadership and policy advocacy. Our Climate empowers and mobilizes young adults to pass bold, equitable, science-based climate policies on a state level to combat climate change. We believe the generations most impacted by climate change need to be at the table when policies that impact our futures are being written and negotiated. Apply ASAP and join students from across the country to improve federal climate change policy!

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    UW Engineering Academy 2021 UW Engineering Academy - OPEN NOW 

    The 2021 Engineering Academy at UW is open to current Seattle area juniors (11th grade) who have participated in UW-Sponsored/Affiliated College Prep Program(s) and College Access program(s).  First generation college going students with a 3.0 GPA or above and active leadership in their high school and/or community are preferred. Target student audience: African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Pacific Islander and Southeast Asian descent.  Program dates are July 14, 2021 - July 30, 2021  Questions?  Email -  plyoon@uw.edu Application deadline is June 25, 2021.  Interested students are encouraged to apply asap!

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     NW FolklifeNorthwest Folklife Arts Internships - OPEN NOW

    Are you 16-26 years old and a creative person who cares about the arts in our community?  Do you want to earn $15/hour working part time this summer helping local arts non profits? Various opportunities are available now and the first step is to fill out the Creative Force Intake form by clicking on the link below.  Internships will last 12 -24 weeks and will be part time of about 15 hours per week.

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    Museum of History and Industry Logo Youth Advisors

    MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry) is looking for creative and motivated teens who are passionate about history and community to get involved, connect and have an impact at MOHAI. Earn a monthly stipend of $75 for twice a month meetings from September - June. Be a youth leader and make a difference!  Deadline to apply is June 30, 2021 with application below. 

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    Hunger Corps  HungerCorps AmeriCorps Position - OPEN NOW 

    Are you 18 years old and graduating this year?  Do you want to make a difference in your community during COVID?  Work in a food bank or pantry and use your skills and experience to support critical anti-hunger work. Prepare and serve meals, pack boxes of food, engage with community members, & conduct grassroots community outreach. Deliver meals directly to families’ doors at an apartment complex, serve Grab and Go meals at a park or community center, or distribute groceries to families at a neighborhood food pantry. Training will be provided in site management, marketing, and data tracking – hard skills that will make your summer work influential on your resume. Click on link below to apply ASAP!  

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    Goodwill  Youth Maritime Summer Program - OPEN NOW 

    The Goodwill Youth Maritime Program is a two year program which provides high school students with a smooth transition through high school toward a career in maritime. The program helps build strong soft skills and helps connect students with future career opportunities in the maritime industry. Summer session is July 7th - August 30th.  Students earn a stipend and 80 community service hours.  Questions?Email: leasia.johnson@seattlegoodwill.org  Click on link below to apply ASAP!  

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    Thriving  Thriving Elements STEM Mentorship Program  - OPEN NOW 

    Thriving Elements is a non profit program that provides a structured approach to mentorship for grades 9-12 with the goal of building lifelong relationships. The founder, Janet Phan, with the support of over 20 volunteers, spent the last 5 years refining the program so that we could scale it to any school or student looking to take advantage of the opportunity. For a brief overview check out last week's feature on KOMO News. Applications are still open, apply ASAP!

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    Skyhawks  Skyhawks Sports Camp Coaches - OPEN NOW 

    Skyhawks is looking for well-rounded individuals who have a passion for teaching youth about sports in a fun, safe, and interactive environment. Candidates need to have high-energy and also be responsible leaders focused on providing quality, safe camps, and classes. This is a great learning experience for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in coaching, teaching, sport management or enjoy working with kids.  Get paid to play and teach sports!  Application for summer camp coaches below, apply ASAP!

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    One World Now Globe Image  One World Now Global Language & Leadership Program - OPEN NOW

    Learn Mandarin, Arabic, Russian or Korean in this after-school online language and culture program!  Watch this one minute video! Students will learn basic communicative writing, reading, listening, and speaking skills in classes taught using immersion methodology. Attend twice a week online to gain practices and perspectives of the Arabic, Russian, Korean- and Chinese-speaking world.  You will earn 1.0 world language credit too!  This year, there is also the option to study the global leadership program only (for .5 credit) or both a language and leadership. Total cost only $25 and full scholarships available! First come, first served...so don't wait.  Get ahead on your world language credits.  Applications still being accepted for the Arabic language program!

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    Pedalheads Pedalheads Bike Camp Instructor - OPEN NOW 

    Pedalheads Bike Camps is looking for Bike Instructors for our upcoming 2021 Summer Camps. As a bike instructor you will spend your days outside while inspiring the next generation of cyclists. It’s active, it’s adventurous, it’s fun and it’s incredibly rewarding. You don’t have to be a bike expert because we provide training for our programs for you to get going in your new role!  Must be 16 years old by December 31, 2021.  Ready to earn $16.69/hour this summer?  Apply below asap!  

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    Wilderness Awareness school  Wilderness Awareness Camp Volunteer - OPEN NOW 

    Do you enjoy working with children? Are you interested in learning more about working with kids, either as an intern or a volunteer? Can you commit to at least a week of supporting instructors leading and playing games and activities? Then our summer camp volunteer opportunities might be a good fit for you!  Earn a stipend per week and gain new skills! Applications open now until all volunteer positions filled...apply now!

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    National Parks Logo  National Parks Service: In My Backyard Internship - OPEN NOW

    The National Park Service is currently accepting applications for its In My Backyard Youth Program based in Pioneer Square at Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. During this summer program, interns (13-18 years old) are paired with college-age mentors to explore sense of place, community, storytelling and the intersections with public lands, including national parks. A stipend will be rewarded to each participant along with a free transportation pass for the summer.  Interested?  Fill out interest survey below to get started!

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    Museum of Flight logo Aeronautical Science Pathway - OPEN NOW

    Are you a high school sophomore or junior interested in becoming a Professional Pilot, Air Traffic Controller, Airport or Airline Manager, or Unmanned Aerial Systems Specialist? If so, then you and your parent are invited to Aeronautical Science Pathway (ASP) Info Night! Join us for a presentation and Q&A about how you can join the 2021-2022 ASP class to jumpstart your career in aviation. Aeronautical Science Pathway is for high school juniors and seniors.  Your first step is to fill out the student inquiry form below and then attend their information night

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