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    Nathan Hale Internship Opportunities

    King County Airport High School Administrative Intern

    Come join our team for the Summer! King County International Airport/Boeing Field is looking high school students who are interested in learning about office administration and Airport operations. This is a great opportunity to get some hands on experience working for one of the best general aviation airports in the country.

    This recruiting effort is for current high school students who will be enrolled in high school during the 2019-2020 academic school year. This internship is through end of August 2019.

    King County International Airport/Boeing Field supports internship programs that provide work experience for students in an accredited post-secondary institution that is related to their course of study. The internship program is designed so that the student will have the opportunity to apply principles and theories learned in the classroom, gain new skills, explore a career path and be supervised and mentored by a professional in their field.

    The high school administration intern will support the Program and Projects Administrator and other KCIA/Boeing Field sections with event planning and data management. The intern will be responsible for tracking attendance briefings, data visualization and event planning to support KCIA in the implementation of programs as needed. The intern will play a key role in processing documentation and contributing to the development of evaluation frameworks for programs and projects at the Airport. The internship is intended to build the intern's business administration skills. The intern will receive direct supervision and mentorship from the Program and Projects Administrator and will have the opportunity to become engaged in programs and projects of relevance to the Airport.

    To support learning, all KCIA interns will:

    • Be paired with a mentor;
    • Participate in special projects developed by the student intern's mentor;
    • Be included in events at KCIA, including meetings and hosted events;
    • Participate in ongoing professional development including attendance at workshops, seminars, and team tasks;
    • Complete a culminating project with the support of their mentor to be shared at the end of the term mini-symposium;
    • Be included (where applicable) on the development of publications that result from their project.

    How do I apply?
    A King County Application is required. Also a letter of interest no more than two pages on why you are interested in this internship and the airport.

    Please note all applicants must be enrolled in high school for the academic year 2019-2020;

    Please contact Jen Irwin, at 206-263-0601 or for more information.

    King County Jobs Page
    Application Closes on June 24th.

    Elementary School Homework Club Volunteer - Mercy Magnuson Place

    Do you like working with elementary school students? Do you think you might want to be a teacher, school or youth counselor or work at a non-profit? Have you had someone at your school who has encouraged you and you want to give back? Come test your skills working with youth in a fun and vibrant setting!

    We are a non-profit, program-enriched housing provider that focuses on out-of-school time programming for youth on-site with the goal of providing academic support and building social skills. We strive to support our students holistically and increase outcomes in youth such as:

    • Physical and emotional safety
    • Academic skill development and success
    • Social and emotional learning skills
    • Youth civic engagement
    • Sense of community

    A normal day might include activities like:

    • Helping a K-5 student on their assigned homework
    • Building literacy skills with a young child by helping them learn to read
    • Engaging youth in educational games and activities
    • Implementing physical activity during program through structured play
    • Building a safe and caring bond with students

    For more information contact: Vy;, Lindsey;, or Brittney;

    Mercy Housing website

    The Henry Art Gallery - University of Washington

    The Henry Teen Art Collective is a group of 15 young people who create an art project of their choosing, meet local and international exhibiting artists, and gain access to the museum! It’s an program for youth ages 14-18 from all over the Seattle Area. We are a Youth-led collective that prioritizes community, talking openly about the issues affecting teens now, youth leadership, and creative expression. The Program Runs from November through June and youth get an option for volunteer hours or a $599 stipend for their participation!

    Applications will be open for the 2019-2020 year starting in July 2019. Application will appear at

    This summer there is a wonderful learning opportunity for students who will be seniors next year!

    Deloitte is providing a free three-day program that will teach you how technology is used to address real-world challenges—and you’ll have a chance to win $250 if your team wins the challenge!

    Sign up at if you want to:

    • Meet tech professionals
    • Work in teams to create your own tech innovations
    • Get college prep tips
    • Learn more about analytics, AI, and blockchain


    The Deloitte Team Tech Challenge is offered in five locations

    • Atlanta: 7/9–7/11
    • Chicago: 7/16–7/18
    • Dallas: 7/23–7/25
    • Seattle: 7/30–8/1
    • New York: 8/6–8/8

    Students must attend a school within 40 miles of one of these cities to apply.

    The program runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for all three days. Lunch will provided.

    Space is limited to 30 students per city. For more information on eligibility requirements, visit the Official Rules:

    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 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. The program is 10 weeks long starting June 25 until August 30, 2019. The program will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. A stipend will be rewarded to each participant along with a free transportation pass for the summer. Applications accepted on a rolling basis until June 25th.

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    Seattle Children's Hospital

    1. Seattle Children's Hospital allows students 16+ to volunteer for 3 hour weekly shifts. For any student who has an interest in health care or child development, you are encouraged to look at their volunteer opportunities available.

    2. Seattle Children's STEM Internships
    Seattle Children’s Research Institute is committed to cultivating an inclusive and diverse workforce, and inspiring the next generation of scientists, physicians, and healthcare workers. During the summer, our Science Education Department offers high school students from underrepresented groups in STEM the opportunity to apply for a competitive and paid internship position at Seattle Children’s Research Institute. Selected interns engage in cutting-edge research, work with leading research scientists, learn essential laboratory skills and take part in workshops on ethics, laboratory safety, college readiness and career exploration. This internship provides students with a solid foundation for a future career in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. Seattle Children's STEM Internships

    MOHAI Youth Advisors ~ Apply by June 30

    MOHAI, the Museum of History and Industry, values teen voices! MYA (MOHAI Youth Advisors) is a powerful way to help guide the museum in what teens want and need. Youth advisors make the museum more welcoming for their peers by finding fun and creative ways to connect teens with MOHAI, and providing input on the development of museum programming and exhibits. MYA is teen-driven; youth advisors work together to choose and build their own projects and activities. MYA also interact with MOHAI staff to learn more about the behind-the-scenes work of a museum and dive deeper into local history. This team of fifteen high school students meet regularly from September-June and are offered a monthly stipend.

    Applications for the 2019-20 program are now open! Apply by June 30, 2019.

    MOHAI Youth Advisors Application

    Seahawks CenturyLink Suite Runner - OPEN NOW

    Are you an up-beat and service minded individual who will support guest at CenturyLink field during Seahawk games and events? As a Suite Runner, you will set up pre-event food, deliver orders, track inventory, maintain orderliness/cleanliness of the suite, complete closing functions and other duties as assigned. Your verbal communication and presentation skills are essential for this business and hospitality internship. Applications due by July 5th.

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    KeyBank Teller Internship - OPEN NOW

    Gain business and finance experience this summer working part-time for KeyBank! The role of the Teller is to be welcoming, build rapport and provide outstanding service to the Bank clients while performing account transactions. The Teller is responsible for performing accurate account transactions and functions which mirror the sales process (Opportunity Management, Needs Assessment, Present/Pitch, Fulfillment, and Follow Up) in their daily work to create a positive client experience. Apply now!

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    2019 Technology Explorer, Intern Undergrad (Bellevue, WA)

    The Explorer Program is an 8-week paid learning experience for graduating high school students where you'll get hands on learning experience from our army of project managers, web developers, and engineers, all working like a well-oiled machine to keep our network running and our customers connected. Responsibilities:

    As an Explorer Intern you will work with our Digital Technology Team to contribute your creativity and great ideas, while learning from your innovative colleagues and mentor. They will push you to be your very best and will let you experience what it's like to work in positions such as:

    • Software Development Engineer
    • Project Management / Product Management
    • Automation Systems Engineer
    • Business Analyst
    • Information Security Analyst
    • Big Data/Artificial Intelligence


    • You're graduating High School in Spring of 2019 and planning to pursue a Bachelor's degree in a STEM field such as Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Information Security, Information Technology, Mathematics, Project Management, Statistics, etc.
    • You have a passion for learning and aren't afraid to ask questions.
    • You are ready to BE MAGENTA!

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • At least 18 years of age.
    • Legally authorized to work in the United States.
    • High School Diploma or GED.
    • Pre-employment background screen.

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