INTERNSHIPS + WORK EXPERIENCES

WHO CAN DO AN INTERNSHIP
OR A MENTORSHIP?

At Hudson, all grades are encouraged to do internships. Each program partner has different age requirements. It's possible to graduate
Hudson with lots of internships on your resume!

WHAT IS AN INTERNSHIP?

An internship is when you work at a company for a short-time to get work experience and learn about a career. Internships are usually unpaid, but doing them gives you work experiences to add to your resume! That makes you qualified for paid jobs and internships. 

WHAT IS A MENTORSHIP?

A mentorship is when you work with a professional from a company for a short-time to learn from them about their job, life skills or college preparation. Doing a mentorship gives you experiences to add to your resume!

OPPORTUNITIES

Paid Summer Internship Through Pencil

Applications Due Feb 7.  

Required: GPA of 80 or 3.0 or above. Aged 16-22

6 Week Summer Internship at a NYC company.

Details: www.pencil.org/resources-for-students

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WINTER/SPRING INTERNSHIP

NYU Langone Hospital

NYU Langone is one of the country's premiere hospitals and they are inviting students into their facilities to see if a career in healthcare is right for you! Presenters include Pharmacists, Nurses, Rehab Therapists, Radiologists, Nutritionists and more! This program includes interactive hospital tours, discussions with medical professionals, and opportunities to network and ask questions. Participants receive a certificate of completion and information on how to incorporate this experience into your resume at the end of the program!

WHEN: 5 Thursdays, Starting 3/26 at 4:30pm

WHERE:  550 First Ave Allumni Hall B New York, NY 10016

HOW: See Ms. Gunn in room 103 to Sign Up

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LAW MINI-INTERNSHIP

Office of the Manhattan Special Narcotics Prosecutor

The Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor for the City of New York is dedicated to protecting neighborhoods by enforcing drug laws and strengthening communities through drug abuse prevention and rehabilitation for addicted offenders. This program is designed to give students an overview of careers in Law and Civil Service! The program includes discussions with Assistant District Attorneys, Forensic Specialists, Police Officers, a US Federal Judge, tours, and much more! Come and learn all about the many careers that exist in Law and Public Service! 

WHEN: Six Thursdays, Starting 3/12 at 4:30pm

WHERE:  80 Centre St (6th Floor) New York, NY 10013

HOW: See Ms. Gunn in room 103 to Sign Up

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CONSTRUCTION + ENGINEERING

MINI-INTERNSHIP

Structuretone Engineering

They are building everything from New York's iconic office towers, to hospitals, to the cool hotels that you sleep in on vacation. Want to know how it's done? Structure Tone can show you! This experience will allow you to step into the shoes of a professional in the construction industry. This program consists of working as a team, learning to read blueprints, estimating and preparing a bid to present to company management. Come and experience what it's like to be in the construction management industry.

WHEN: Six Thursdays, Starting 2/27 at 4:30pm

WHERE: 330 West 34th St. NY NY 10001

HOW: See Ms. Gunn in room 103 to Sign Up

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YOUTH PRIDE CHORUS AUDITIONS

LGBTQ+

February 6, 2020 at 4:30 at The Center

208 West 13th St. 

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BANKING/FINANCE MINI-INTERNSHIP

M&T Bank

Come and see what it takes to have a career in finance and investment. M&T was found in Buffalo, NY in 1856 and now has more than $120 billion assets, and they could be your introduction into the business world!  This program will provide students with an overview of careers in banking and finance. Students will make valuable  connections and learn about what they can be doing now to ensure a successful path in finance.

WHEN5 Mondays, Starting 3/2 at 4:30pm

WHERE: 350 Park Ave (6th Floor) New York, NY 10005

HOW: See Ms. Gunn to Sign Up

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SPRING TECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP

NY Institute of Technology 

New York Institute of Technology offers 90 degree programs in the over 50 fields of study.This four session program will provide insight into the fields of coding and software development. This program will interest students who enjoy computer science and are looking for a fast paced, lucrative career.

WHEN5 Mondays, Starting 3/2 at 4:30pm

WHERE: 1855 Broadway, New York, NY 10023

See Ms. Gunn to Sign Up

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HUDSON GUILD SPRING PROGRAMS

Social Mixer on Thursday 1/30/20 from 6 to 9pm

1. Digital Media Production - Photography, Videography, Graphic Design 

2. Podcast

3. Art & Advocacy

4. Women's Initiative -  Support Groups, Debate Clubs, Cosmetics, Dance 

5. Basketball Clinics 

6. Open Gym

7. Career Readiness & Internships 

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PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP

NYC MAYOR'S OFFICE

Age of 16 or older, have current working papers at the time of application, enrolled in High School. 

Application

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PAID SUMMER CODING PROGRAM

Girls Who Code

Must be a junior or senior next year.

Application

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PAID SUMMER LAW INTERNSHIP

Manhattan District Attorney's Office

Must live in Manhattan.

Open to 10th, 11th, 12th grades.

Applicants must commit to attending the entire program from  July 6, 2020 through August 7, 2020, Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (students will not be permitted to start after July 6 or leave before August 7)

Application opens February 10.

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PAID SUMMER MUSEUM INTERNSHIP

NY Historical Society

Open to 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th grades.

Must have working papers.

Information

Application

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PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP

YMCA Teen Connection

6 Weeks, Make $2250 + Professional Clothing $

Open to Current Junior or Seniors

Application

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PAID SUMMER ECOLOGY INTERNSHIP

Wave Hill The Bronx 

Spend an unforgettable summer working as part of a small crew protecting and improving Wave Hill’s woodlands, enjoying the outdoors, learning about restoration ecology and making friends, all while getting paid and earning college credit. First-year interns earn about $2,275 for the summer; second-year interns earn about $2,375.

Application

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PAID SUMMER DESIGN INTERNSHIP

The Museum of Arts and Design
Interns are introduced to a range of museum careers, from behind-the-scenes to public-facing activities. Over six weeks, students engage in collaborative work with museum staff, local designers, and other arts professionals. Interns are paid $15 per hour and receive a MetroCard.​

Application

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UNPAID SUMMER TEACHING INTERNSHIP

Interns work as teaching assistants in a K-4 classroom under the supervision of a head teacher. Interns may manage small groups or work with students one-on-one to help with academic skills and model good behavior. Interns also participate in professional development to hone community leadership skills. The internship is unpaid, but service learning credits are offered. Interns demonstrating financial need may apply for a stipend.

Application

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PAID SUMMER MEDICAL INTERNSHIP

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Rising 10th-12th Graders 

This eight-week program gives motivated, self-directed students a chance to conduct their research in a state-of-the-art lab under the guidance of a grad student, post-doc fellow, or research technician, and then publicly present their results. A stipend is awarded upon completion of the program.

Application

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