- Many career paths can lead to a happy life.
- College, vocational programs and the military are just a few of the possibilities.
- The right career path should meet your child’s needs right now. Read On: :-)
At a Glance
Click on “Student”. Either click on the major you are interested in or type it in. Then type in “Fremont and Zip Code.
Alameda County - 2019 High School Internship Positions
Various Alameda County Locations, CA
High School Internship - $15.00 Hourly
Though students can often wait until college to apply for internships, high school students–especially graduating seniors–actually have multiple opportunities to start getting experience in their chosen fields now.
Internships provide a chance for students to network with working professionals, gain hands-on experience, and build professional skills even before going to college.
Read on for 11 awesome summer internship opportunities for high school students in fields ranging from engineering and STEM to business and the arts.
Biology & Environmental Science
1. National Student Leadership Conference on Medicine & Healthcare
NSLC gives high schoolers a setting to learn about controversial medical issues, today’s health care challenges, and advanced scientific research in areas such as cancer and HIV/AIDS. The program is offered at:
United States Secret Service
An internship with the US Secret Service provides you with valuable experiences while allowing you to contribute to one of the most elite law enforcement organizations in the world.
BRAINYAC is a program offered through Zuckerman Institute’s Brain Research Apprenticeships in New York at Columbia University and connects high school students with scientists for intensive summer lab internships including hands-on experience.
Job hunting is not easy, especially finding who all are hiring. Here's all we need:
I have made a list below of resources that will hopefully guide you to the best employers. I say this for CS as that is my field.
We visited this school when Shreya was on the hunt. For the $$ and the rating this is a top of the line school in an ideal location. They have a great CS program as well as a solid liberal arts program. https://www.topuniversities.com/universities/university-washington .
Some web links, resources discussed in the class are:
9th and 10th Grade - Session I9th and 10th Grade - Session II
I've used my personal experience with Shreya's admissions and the WSJ ratings to come up with this list.
Shreya is amongst an amazing team of college going kids who are represented in this list https://toolkit4college.wordpress.com/. These students are happy to share their learnings and why they made that college their priority.
Look around you, there's literally nothing you can do without access to technology. The largest five companies in S&P 500 are technology companies, control 25% of the revenues of that powerful index. In today's digital economy, just knowing the three Rs i.e. Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic are clearly not going to get you over the hump.
My daughter Shreya recently taught a remote learning class in Python programing. For an CS class she had great success with a 100% course completion and that was attended by a global audience. She requested I join one of the sessions to talk to the needs in the field and I happily obliged.