• William Giacchi

Virtual Summer Programs for Teens

A Comprehensive List of Virtual Summer Programs and Opportunities for Teens


Note: All programs listed below are still available for registration at the time of this posting.

Unless otherwise noted, all program descriptions are the words of the organizations

themselves. Click here to watch a recording of our live webinar: "How to Have a Productive Summer - Despite COVID."


Academic/Vocational

  • Arizona State University Global Freshman Academy

  • https://www.edx.org/gfa

  • The Global Freshman Academy offers individuals of all backgrounds the opportunity to take the same courses, from the same faculty as on-campus ASU students. Through this program, you can earn transferable ASU credit from anywhere in the world, and pay tuition only if you earn the grade you need. It's college courses on your terms.

  • Available Courses: College Algebra and Problem Solving, Precalculus

  • Deadline: None, self-paced

  • BlueStamp Engineering Remote Summer Program

  • https://bluestampengineering.com/remote_summer/

  • We are a hands on technology program for high school students. We don’t do lectures, tests, or homework. We just build cool stuff from scratch. In order to prioritize the safety and health of our students and staff, we’ve transformed our 2020 in-person summer program into an advanced, hands-on, remote learning program. The remote program is three weeks long, Monday to Friday, and includes 2.5 hours of instruction and 1.5 hours of optional office hours for each student every day. This program will provide students with the same deliverables as our in-person program. Students will gain project-building skills, hands-on circuit-building experience, and functional coding knowledge. Each student will select the project that they want and will build it individually. Projects can be modified for all levels of experience.

  • Deadline: July 10th

  • BlueStamp also offers “After School Programs”: https://bluestampengineering.com/friends/

  • Capitol Debate Virtual Summer Camps

  • https://www.capitoldebate.com/virtual-camp/

  • Capitol Debate is proud to introduce our robust Virtual Summer Camps. We were a pioneer back in 2012 in launching the first national online educational platform to teach public speaking and debate. Since then, thousands of students have crossed our screens and have gone on to be successful public speakers and debaters.Both in response to the current situation with COVID-19 and the trend toward virtual education, Capitol Debate is fully prepared to offer summer camps virtually. With 8 years of extensive online teaching experience, we have coached many national debate champions and seen amazing transformations in students' confidence and presentation skills.

  • Deadline: Rolling Deadline for 1-week or 2-week programs with multiple sessions starting in June

  • Code Connects Virtual Summer Camps

  • https://codeconnects.org/summercamps.html

  • This summer, delve in-depth into cutting edge tech fields rarely taught to students with live instruction and small group support. Camps meet daily Monday through Friday from 9am-3pm PST. There will be breaks throughout the day and for lunch. For most camps, there will be lectures in the morning (length will vary based on grade level and experience), and in the afternoons, students will be in small groups (8-12 students) with a personal instructor, where they will work on hands-on activities and projects. For all camps, students will be put into groups based on grade level and skill level. All camps are online with live instruction.

  • Available camps: Music & Tech (June 29-July 3), Creative Tech (July 6-10), Quantum Computing (July 13-17)

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Columbia University Online Summer Immersion Programs

  • http://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online

  • Dive into a world-class Ivy League education this summer with Columbia’s world-class instructors, and a dynamic online learning platform. Interact with Columbia scholars and experts in their fields. Engage with an international community of students. Prepare for college and the admissions process through specially designed programs. Participate in extracurricular activities led by current students. Earn a Columbia University Statement of Completion and evaluation letter.

  • Courses available in 13 different subject areas; Sessions 1 and 2 are three week courses, while Session 3 offers one week courses

  • Deadline: Session 2/June 26, Session 3/July 19

  • Cornell Precollege Studies

  • https://sce.cornell.edu/precollege/program/online

  • As a high school student, you may request approval to take online Cornell courses during our Summer and/or Winter Session. You can choose from more than 100 regular university courses, work with a Cornell faculty member, study alongside undergraduate students, and improve your college study skills. It's a great chance to earn college credits without leaving home. Most online courses are delivered via the web-based learning system Canvas. Generally, you'll interact with the instructor and other students via email, discussion boards, interactive chat rooms, video conferences, and/or phone. You'll view the class lectures at a time of your own choosing (all lectures will be available 24/7) and complete your assignments within a scheduled time frame. If your course holds a live session, it will be recorded so that students unable to attend class at the set time may watch the lectures/demonstrations at a later date. Some courses may offer you the option of getting a head start on your classwork.The grades and credits you earn will be recorded on an official Cornell transcript and are generally transferable toward a degree at Cornell or elsewhere.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Coursera

  • https://www.coursera.org/

  • Coursera was founded by Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng with a vision of providing life-transforming learning experiences to anyone, anywhere. It is now a leading online learning platform for higher education, where 60 million learners from around the world come to learn skills of the future. More than 200 of the world’s top universities and industry educators partner with Coursera to offer courses, Specializations, certificates, and degree programs. Every course on Coursera is taught by top instructors from world-class universities and companies, so you can learn something new anytime, anywhere. Hundreds of free courses give you access to on-demand video lectures, homework exercises, and community discussion forums. Paid courses provide additional quizzes and projects as well as a shareable Course Certificate upon completion.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Debate Camp Online

  • https://www.debatecamp.com/online-summer

  • For today's youth, skills in parliamentary debate help to develop critical thinking, advocacy, listening to alternate points of view and speaking well. Debate Camp has been engaged in this since 2002 - and will now offer our program to small groups of online participants. Online debate workshops are designed in a fun, interactive way. Participants develop debate skills via opportunities to work together, share thinking and debate twice in each session.

  • Multiple sessions between 6/22 and 7/31

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Foundation for Teaching Economics: Economics for Leaders

  • https://www.fte.org/students/economics-for-leaders-program/

  • Economics for Leaders (EFL) is a selective summer program that teaches student leaders how to integrate economics into the process of decision-making in an interactive virtual learning environment. The goal of EFL is to give promising students the skills to be more effective leaders and to teach them how to employ economic analysis when considering difficult public policy choices. This course focuses on the introduction and application of economic concepts and economic reasoning skills and introduces students to leadership theory. Given the difficult public policy choices facing governments and their citizens around the globe because COVID-19, teaching these skills and knowledge to the next generation of leaders is one of the most important actions we can take now to ensure our future prosperity.

  • One-week programs available in July and August

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • edX

  • https://www.edx.org/search

  • edX is the trusted platform for education and learning. Founded by Harvard and MIT, edX is home to more than 20 million learners, the majority of top-ranked universities in the world and industry-leading companies. As a global nonprofit, edX is transforming traditional education, removing the barriers of cost, location and access. Fulfilling the demand for people to learn on their own terms, edX is reimagining the possibilities of education, providing the highest-quality, stackable learning experiences including the groundbreaking MicroMasters® programs. Supporting learners at every stage, whether entering the job market, changing fields, seeking a promotion or exploring new interests, edX delivers courses for curious minds on topics ranging from data and computer science to leadership and communications. edX is where you go to learn.

  • Deadline: None, self-paced

  • Full Sail Labs Virtual Summer Camps

  • https://www.fullsaillabs.com/

  • Looking for a fun way to engage your kid or teen this summer in a time of social distancing? Full Sail Labs is now offering live Virtual Summer Camps this June and July. These live instructor camps teach STEAM-based topics in subjects students love including technology, entertainment, media, and art. Each week-long camp is designed to fully engage students 20 hours a week, Monday through Friday, with 4 hours of learning each day divided into 2 hour blocks.

  • Deadline: Rolling, depends on program dates

  • Georgetown Sports Industry Management Academy

  • https://summer.georgetown.edu/programs/SHS22/sports-industry-management-academy

  • Georgetown's Sports Industry Management Academy introduces you to the increasing career options in the sports industry—a $250 billion-a-year business that continues to be one of the fastest-growing fields in the world. You'll study how events on the field, in the front office, and behind the camera are intricately linked to boardrooms, retail locations, and homes around the country.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program

  • https://girlswhocode.com/programs/summer-immersion-program

  • This 2-week virtual program teaches girls the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their community while preparing for a career in tech. Participants will get exposure to tech jobs, and join a supportive sisterhood of girls in tech.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Gotham Writers Teen Online Writing Classes

  • https://www.writingclasses.com/classes/teen-ink

  • Pressure-free, creativity-stretching, not-like-school courses for writers ages 13-17. Useful for expanding your talent or gaining skills bound to help with essays and schoolwork. These Teen courses are offered both in New York City and Online. The NYC classes are conducted by Gotham Writers Workshop. The Online classes are a partnership between Gotham Writers Workshop and Teen Ink. All students in the online classes receive a free one-year subscription to Teen Ink.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Great Books Summer Program

  • http://www.greatbookssummer.com/

  • For over 19 years, GBSP has gathered exceptional middle and high school students from across the world to read, discuss, and debate selections from the greatest works of literature. Students experience college-style seminars, engage in lively discussion, and enjoy summer camp with other literary-minded students. We're very excited to announce All New Live Classes Online for summer 2020! For students in grades 6-8 and 9-12. Our online program is staffed by the same distinguished faculty and scholars as our on-campus summer camps. Writer's Workshops and additional Specialty Courses available too. Join us online this summer!

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Los Angeles Center of Photography Youth Program

  • https://lacphoto.org/programs-services/youth-program/

  • The Los Angeles Center of Photography is proud to offer classes in photography specifically designed to educate and enrich the lives of Los Angeles’ city youth. As the largest non-accredited school of photography on the West Coast, we are devoted to advancing the skills and increasing the personal enrichment of photographers of all experience levels and ages. Help us fulfill our mission of bringing the arts to the Los Angeles communities’ city youth and introducing them to the wonderful world of photography.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Northern Illinois University STEAM Camps

  • https://www.niusteamcamps.com/online-camps

  • We get it. You’ve been trying to help your child navigate this new world of online learning and maybe even trying to do your own work via video meetings! While your teen or younger child will likely do the camp activities at home it should still feel like a fun, camp adventure rather than an extension of spring semester online.

  • Virtual Camps: Nature: Study and Expression (6-10th Grade), Video Game Design with Unity (9-12), Video Game Design with GameMaker (9-12), STEM Read: Science and Fiction Camp (9-12), Exploring Careers in Science (9-12), Find Your Voice: Digital Media Career Exploration (9-12), Creative Writing, High School (9-12), Esports Bootcamp (7-12)

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • NY Times Summer Academy Online

  • https://nytedu.com/pre-college/summer-academy/online/

  • Summer Academy Online gives intellectually curious high school students the opportunity to pursue their passions and study with experts in the fields of journalism, media, politics, technology, arts, culture, sports, business, fashion and more. Our online program brings this unique academic experience directly to you, wherever you are in the world. Each two-week course draws on the expertise and unrivaled access of The New York Times and encourages students to think critically and creatively while exploring their passions and building skills for life. Highlights will include live video instruction from world-class faculty, a line-up of exciting guest speakers and virtual site visits.

  • Deadline: Term 3/June 26, Term 4/July 10

  • Outschool

  • https://outschool.com/#abkax13d8w

  • Outschool connects motivated learners, parents, and teachers together to create great learning experiences. We offer unique online classes from hundreds of independent teachers. Our classes meet via group video chat. Outschool teachers determine their class offerings. Our 15,000+ unique classes span all subjects and reflect the diversity of our teachers.

  • Deadline: Ongoing, depends on course

  • Rhode Island School of Design Advanced Program for High School Students

  • https://ce.risd.edu/advanced-program-for-high-school-students/

  • RISD’s Advanced Program for High School Students is an intensive, collegiate-level program for students completing grades 9-12. This immersive online experience is designed for students who are interested in pursuing art and design in college. During each 4-week session students develop work in response to our current conditions, their own experiences, and their imagined futures. Working within a series of prompts, students are challenged through research, material and method exploration to develop work that reflects issues around creativity during times of world distress.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Sarah Lawrence College Pre-College Programs

  • https://www.sarahlawrence.edu/summer/pre-college/

  • Summer students connect their passions with the wider world and see firsthand how their endeavors improve our community. They work closely with top professors, getting real-time feedback, which keeps them plugged into the latest industry trends. As part of a dynamic online community, they will explore, share, and learn together through engaging and experiential curricula.

  • Deadline: July 1


  • Strive to Learn Coding Camp: Python Coding w/ Raspberry Pi Sensei

  • https://www.strivetolearn.com/bookings-checkout/python-coding-w-raspberry-pi-sensei

  • Through this one week introductory coding course, you'll gain familiarity with the python programming language and the raspberry pi sensei HAT: a tool so great it was sent to the international space station. Our instructors will walk through the ins and outs of coding, from setting up their environment to developing their own projects. With the help from our instructors and the tools provided, you'll be empowered to create your own projects independently.

  • Deadline: August 3



  • Submittable COVID-19 Creative Calls for Submission

  • https://discover.submittable.com/blog/covid-19-creative-calls-for-submission/

  • Writing and making art in response to current events can be a powerful antidote to fear and uncertainty. It’s also a great way to pass extra time while practicing social distancing. If you’re in the process of creating or could use some impetus to generate and send out work, the following organizations are seeking personal responses to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Author’s Note: This is a compilation of different publications and organizations looking for creative work relating to pandemic experiences. This could be a great opportunity for writers or artists to have their work published.

  • Deadline: Varies depending on publication/organization

  • Summer Discovery Online 2020

  • https://www.summerdiscovery.com/sd-online

  • Get a meaningful educational experience and start to build the foundation for a competitive college application.We know many students and parents have struggled with online learning these past few months. That's why we've been intentional about creating a program that is truly engaging. No muted Zoom calls or teaching yourself through Youtube videos. Our instructors have spent many weeks developing content and projects to connect students virtually. With Summer Discovery Online, you can choose what you want to learn and explore! No more being told what you have to learn. You pick what excites you! With more than 25+ pre-college courses at leading universities including UCLA, CU Boulder, and UT Austin. Immerse in courses such as Ideagen Global Leaders Academy Powered by Microsoft; Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports; Advertising in the Digital Age; Leadership During a Crisis; and more. With College + Career workshops, you’ll also learn how to research your future college, improve public speaking skills, and gain application tips. Enjoy a global network of peers through our engaging online community. Compete in trivia night, take a yoga class, or enjoy a coffee break with new friends. Participants will earn certificates from their university and our College + Career programming.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Summer Institute for the Gifted

  • https://blog.giftedstudy.org/sig-online-program-spring-summer-guide/

  • The summer SIG Online Intensive Program sessions offer students a virtual opportunity to experience our unique onsite courses available for the 2020 SIG summer. Students work on learning activities each day and attend virtual face-time sessions each week for course content and social experiences. This program is intensive in that it provides new material daily and compresses our usual longer online learning courses into a 3-week span. Additionally, course instructors will host and facilitate a fun social forum and/or virtual face-time session each week for students to interact with their like-minded peers through non-academic social experiences which will focus on building friendships, socializing with new people, finding and sharing common interests, expanding awareness of culture and diversity, and practicing social skills. Successful completion of a course requires about 5-7 hours of work time per week that includes the academic and social components of the program. Students need access to the online courses daily during the week to accom­plish all tasks in a timely fashion.

  • Deadline: Session 2/July 2, Session 3/July 24

  • The New School: Parsons Online Summer Intensive Studies

  • https://opencampus.newschool.edu/program/summer-programs/youth-teen-programs/parsons-online-summer-intensive-studies-pre-college

  • Parsons School of Design is bringing its popular Summer Intensive Studies program online for the first time. Students ages 16-18 can now learn the foundations of art and design from Parsons' renowned faculty in real time from anywhere around the world. This program facilitates exploration in hands-on, project-based learning, using materials and making across drawing and painting, graphic design and illustration, fashion design, constructed environments, digital photography and video, and portfolio development. Choose one of six interactive classes centered on skill-building challenges and faculty critiques. Students take advantage of a small class size while participating in unique virtual field trips, special guest lectures, and individual portfolio reviews.

  • Deadline: June 30

  • The Writers Studio Courses

  • https://www.writerstudio.com/courses/online/

  • The Writers Studio, founded in 1987 by Pulitzer Prize winning poet Philip Schultz, offers ongoing writing workshops — both on site and online — designed to help students discover and nurture their own voices. We welcome students at all stages, from those who have only dreamed of writing fiction or poetry to those with MFAs hungry for additional serious, ongoing instruction. Students provide the desire to write and the willingness to learn, and we provide the structure, the technical know-how, the professional feedback and the friendly community to enable them to reach their full potential. We started The Writers Studio Online Program in 2001, and now offer the same six levels online that we have developed in our New York City school. We have taught online students from every region of the U.S. and places as diverse as Mexico, Tuscany, Tasmania, and an air-force base in Vietnam. The Online Program uses the same technique-oriented method as our other workshops, and is available to all. It’s a great alternative for those who don’t live near any of our on-site classes. We also encourage busy or peripatetic students to move back and forth between online and New York City or branch workshops if that helps them stay connected to their work. Consider it too if traveling or hearing poses an obstacle. Often students who feel shy about jumping into an on-site class thrive in the online environment — after all, what could make more sense than a writing class in which students and teacher know each other strictly through their words?

  • Deadline: Varies depending on course; many summer courses are currently open

  • The Zooniverse

  • https://www.zooniverse.org/get-involved

  • The Zooniverse is the world’s largest and most popular platform for people-powered research. This research is made possible by volunteers — more than a million people around the world who come together to assist professional researchers. Our goal is to enable research that would not be possible, or practical, otherwise. Zooniverse research results in new discoveries, datasets useful to the wider research community, and many publications. You don’t need any specialised background, training, or expertise to participate in any Zooniverse projects. We make it easy for anyone to contribute to real academic research, on their own computer, at their own convenience. You’ll be able to study authentic objects of interest gathered by researchers, like images of faraway galaxies, historical records and diaries, or videos of animals in their natural habitats. By answering simple questions about them, you’ll help contribute to our understanding of our world, our history, our Universe, and more. With our wide-ranging and ever-expanding suite of projects, covering many disciplines and topics across the sciences and humanities, there's a place for anyone and everyone to explore, learn and have fun in the Zooniverse. To volunteer with us, just go to the Projects page, choose one you like the look of, and get started.

  • Deadline: None, ongoing opportunities available

  • UMass Summer Precollege Programs

  • https://www.umass.edu/summer/programs/academic-programs

  • All Pre-College programs for Summer 2020 will be offered online. Our online pre-college programs are designed to give you a preview of the UMass student experience, including college-level academics and being part of a learning community of high school students from all across the U.S. and the world. All courses are taught by UMass faculty and advanced graduate students, and combine live video instruction, independent project / group work, and check-ins with faculty and TA’s. Our skilled Program Assistants, UMass undergraduates trained to help high school students acclimate to the college environment, will be going online, too. We will have lots of great events in the evenings that help you connect with other pre-college students.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

  • Wake Forest University Precollege Online Immersion Programs

  • https://wfuonline.precollegeprograms.org/

  • Are there subjects you’re thinking about taking in college but would like to know more about? The Online Immersion Program, designed for high school students ages 13 and up, has been created for this purpose. It offers exciting topics, covered in depth, through online coursework led by Wake Forest University professors. The program is available year-round, and the online format allows you to study anywhere, anytime, while working at your own pace.

  • Deadline: Depends on session, several summer courses still available in Business and Medicine

  • Writopia Lab Summer Programs

  • https://www.writopialab.org/programs/what-we-do/summer

  • The summer is an exciting time at Writopia Lab! We offer full programs that meet Monday through Friday. Students sign up by week, and many students choose to attend for multiple weeks. In both multi-genre and themed workshops, writers in age-based groups work with a published author or produced playwright (highly trained in teaching the form, genre, or topic). Participants discuss, share, develop, and complete their own original works.

  • Deadline: Ongoing registration

Foreign Language

  • Concordia Language Villages: Virtual Village Program

  • http://www.concordialanguagevillages.org/summer2020

  • Deep in the North Woods of Minnesota, we create a place that is both culturally authentic and uniquely our own. In the Language Villages, everything from the music played to the dishes used in the dining hall reflect the culture each was designed to represent. Immerse yourself in the world of a native speaker, where you can truly learn to live a language, not just speak it. NEW for this summer, experience the Villages here, there or anywhere! We’re excited to launch a new online learning experience: “Virtual Villages” with real language, real culture and real people! Participants will be fully immersed in creative and fun ways in small groups—virtual interaction enabling villagers to also live the language at home and in their own communities.

  • Deadline: Rolling, still available

Volunteering

  • Amnesty International Decoders

  • https://decoders.amnesty.org/

  • Join a global network of digital volunteers helping us research and expose human rights violations. Amnesty Decoders is an innovative platform for volunteers around the world to use their computers or phones to help our researchers sift through pictures, information and documents.

  • Note: If you are aged 18 or under and would like to get involved in Amnesty International’s work, please make sure that you have your parent/guardian’s permission before giving us personal information.

  • Deadline: None, ongoing program

  • Be My Eyes

  • https://www.bemyeyes.com

  • Every day, sighted volunteers lend their eyes to solve tasks big and small to help blind and low-vision people lead more independent lives. Be My Eyes is a free mobile app with one main goal: to make the world more accessible for blind and low-vision people. The app connects blind and low-vision individuals with sighted volunteers and companies from all over the world through a live video call.

  • Deadline: None, ongoing program

  • Benetech

  • https://benetech.org/get-involved/volunteer/

  • We’re a nonprofit that empowers communities with software for social good. Our work transforms how people with disabilities read and learn, makes it safer for human rights defenders to pursue truth and justice, and connects people to the services they need to live and prosper. We’re constantly pursuing the next big social impact. Our mission is to empower communities with software for social good. Dedicated volunteers amplify our impact. They apply their passion and expertise in program work in education, the environment, human rights, and poverty alleviation, as well as technical volunteerism on open source projects. Many work remotely, while some come in to our Palo Alto office.

  • Deadline: None, ongoing program

  • Bookshare

  • https://www.bookshare.org/cms/get-involved/volunteer

  • Bookshare makes reading easier. People with dyslexia, blindness, cerebral palsy, and other reading barriers can customize their experience to suit their learning style and find virtually any book they need for school, work, or the joy of reading. Contribute your skills and passions to help people with print disabilities read. From scanning and proofreading, to describing images, to providing support for Bookshare® teachers and families. This is a remote volunteer opportunity!

  • Deadline: None, ongoing program

  • Omprakash Facing Pandemic Open-Access Online Learning Communities

  • https://www.omprakash.org/joinedge/facing-pandemic

  • Omprakash has developed two online learning communities to support individuals and social impact organizations as they adapt to global disruptions caused by COVID-19. Both courses are free and open to the public, and both revolve around shared dialogue and discovery, not lectures or powerpoints. Both courses are self-paced and involve occasional (optional) group calls and webinars. In a moment when many people are wondering how to move relationships and learning into a digital realm without sacrificing intimacy, creativity, and critical reflection, Omprakash is excited to offer its Facing Pandemic series as a space for inspiration and connection.

  • Deadline: None, self-paced

  • Points of Light Virtual Volunteering

  • https://www.pointsoflight.org/virtual-volunteering-opportunities/

  • Virtual volunteers can complete short-term or long-term tasks, in whole or in part, typically off-site from the organization or person being assisted. If you’ve got access to a computer, thousands of different volunteer projects and roles are available to you — from your home, the library, a coffee shop, anywhere with an Internet connection.

  • Deadline: None. ongoing opportunities

  • Smithsonian Digital Volunteering

  • https://transcription.si.edu/

  • The Smithsonian Transcription Center seeks to engage the public in making our collections more accessible. We're working hand-in-hand with digital volunteers to transcribe historic documents and collection records to facilitate research and excite the learning in everyone. Started in 2013, The Transcription Center is a website (freely accessible 24/day) connecting volunteers across the world with Smithsonian collections. This crowdsourcing project was developed as a collaborative way to digitally enable and increase public engagement with Smithsonian materials, increase access and use of our digitized content, and create pathways of learning and new knowledge between the public and Smithsonian staff. In short--the Transcription Center is a place for you (and anyone in the world) to explore materials held within the Smithsonian and play a part in making those collections more accessible. We are actively seeking volunteers to join our community. With your help, we can make our vast collections in art, history, and science more accessible to anyone with a curious spirit, and truly make "One Smithsonian, Digital First."

  • Deadline: None, ongoing opportunities

Work/Internships

  • Chegg Internships

  • https://www.internships.com/high-school/virtual

  • Author’s Note: Chegg Internships is a great online resource to get connected with internship opportunities. The link above narrows the internship search to remote opportunities that high school students can apply for (and which are frequently especially geared towards teens). To give you an idea of what’s available, the current results at the top of the search page are “High School Marketing Ambassador” for SportsHi and “High School STEM Intern” for Abbott True Care.

And finally, Teen Life features a search engine for summer programs that has tons of results. Many of the programs are currently closed, but I recommend browsing the specific categories on the right side of the page under the “Need Suggestions” heading to narrow your search.


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