Amazing High School Internship Opportunity


looking for Black high school seniors with a 3.0 or B+ average interested in pursuing math or science careers for an internship opportunity. 

Please let me know if there is a school counselor or BSU representative I can contact who could connect me to students that might meet rigorous guidelines for participation.  It is very competitive with only one spot open.   Thanks for your help.
Dr. Jolyn DePriest, PhD

2 Youth Employment Programs

Able-Disabled Advocacy seeks to assist young adults between the ages of 17-24 who desire to obtain jobs and education. We offer paid job training, employment opportunities, and high school diplomas to youth through our free and federally-funded, paid-training programs:

1. YouthBuild – a 23-week program which helps youth without high school diplomas gain their diploma, a work certificate in entry-level construction or technology, and connections to employment.

2. Career$mart – a 10-week paid-training program that connects high school graduates to employment. Youth also receive training in technology or construction.

Participants receive stipends during training and bus passes for those who need transportation to and from our location.YouthBuild


Youth Internship Opportunity LIT program (Leader In Training Intern Program)

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The Origin is seeking teens ages 13-17 who are versed in Visual and Performing Arts to be a part of our LIT program (Leader In Training Intern Program) for our Hip Hop Camps Great for work experience, resume building, future paid work, letters of recommendation, as well as an awesome way to hone your craft in the arts. Call 619-905-3645 to learn about our interview process

733 Broadway
El Cajon, CA 92021-4631