Summer Internship Opportunities
Youth Jobs+ Resource Fair
SFUSD Summer Internship Program
The Career Technical Education office coordinates the Summer Internship Program for current SFUSD sophomores, juniors, and seniors. This is your opportunity to expand your knowledge outside of the classroom. Summer internships are the perfect opportunity for you to explore potential careers, gain valuable job experiece and learn about yourself.
As a student Intern, you will:
- Work alongside industry mentors and explore careers within the company.
- Examples of career sectors include: Architecture, Automotive, Business Finance, Building and Construction, Marketing, Hospitality, Law, Media Arts, Entertainment, Computer Science, Engineering, and much more.
- Develop skills that will make you successful in college and your career
- Network with professionals and peers.
- Get PAID for working 16-20 hours per week.
Interested students can apply to the CTE Summer Internship Program. The student application will be available starting March 8, 2017 and must be completed online. In order to prepare for the online application, you can download essay draft sheet as you will not be able to save your application once you start. Applications are due Friday, April 14, 2017 by 5:00 p.m. PST.
SFUSD Summer Career Exploration Programs
The Career Technical Education office coordinates the Summer Career Exploration Programs for current SFUSD sophomores and juniors. Students who are interested in exploring careers related to the automotive technology and building and construction trades industries can explore careers through a combination of classroom learning and worksite visits. Students that participate in the program will:
- Gain work experience through worksite rotations
- Work with industry mentors and use what they learn in real world projects
- Design and develop work projects related to your summer program
- Build your resume and professional network
- Earn a $1,000 financial compensation upon completion of the program
Interested students can apply to the CTE Summer Career Exploration Program! The student application will be available starting March 8, 2017 and must be completed online. Applications are due Friday, April 14, 2017 by 5:00 p.m. PST.
If you have any questions about the Summer Career Exploration Programs, please contact Bernadette Frias, Work-Based Learning Coordinator at email@example.com or (415) 379-7760.
SFUSD + CCSF Summer Institute for Tomorrow's Educators
SFUSD in collaboration with CCSF have partnered together to provide Summer Institute for Tomorrow's Educators. This opportunity is for current sophomores and juniors. Participates must be at least 16 years old by May 30, 2017. Students will attend classes at CCSF, receive credit for class completion, and getpaid 120 hours working with children in San Francisco summer youth programs. Interested students can apply to the Summer Institute for Tomorrow's Educators.
Youth Worker Institute Summer Program
SFUSD will be looking for HUNDREDS of Youth Workers for the 2017-18 school year! Do you want a meaningful part-time job while going to college? with possibility of higher hourly rates? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you! The SFUSD-CCSF Youth Worker Institute will provide paid on-the-job training and City College San Francisco units at no cost to you. You will attend classes at CCSF, complete paid 65 hours working with children in San Francisco summer youth programs, and participate in high school credit recovery.
Productive Summer Experiences
This year, CTE updated the 2017 Productive Summer Guide, which is a comprehensive list of opportunities available for high school students. The list is organized by the type of summer opportunity, including paid summer internships, college classes, and/or industry related academic and enrichment programs.
Additional Summer Internship Opportunities
- Enterprise for Youth previously Enterprise for High School Students (EHSS)
- Youth Jobs + (United Way of the Bay Area)
- Mayor's Youth Education & Employment Program (MYEEP)
- SF YouthWorks (Japanese Community Youth Council)
- San Francisco International Airport
- Workreation (Parks and Recreation)
- Project Pull (San Francisco Public Utilities Commission)