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Check out these Featured Opps!  
Project True Field Research Assistant

Spend your summer conducting field research in NYC with a team of college students and scientists from Fordham University and the Wildlife Conservation Society. Contribute to ongoing research projects that improve our understanding of NYC wildlife.

Sign Up to Learn More!!!!
Learn More Here
Weill Cornell Medicine: Health Profession Recruitment/Exposure Program 
Health Profession Recruitment/Exposure Program (HPREP) is a ten-week program held from January to March. New York City high school students in the 10th and 11th grades, from underrepresented minorities in medicine, are given the opportunity to meet and learn from physicians and other health professionals at Weill Cornell Medicine. HPREP students are paired with a medical student mentor who offers guidance and helps them write a college essay, resume, and research paper. Students participate in various workshops discussing financial aid and the college application process, different fields of medicine, and problem-based learning.

Application Deadline: November 4, 2022
Learn More Here
Working Apprenticeship Through Estuarine Research for Students
Interns of the Working Apprenticeship Through Estuarine Research for Students (WATERS) program will select an estuarine topic to study. Participants will gain real-world science experience by creating a study design, collecting, and analyzing data, and sharing the results of their research. This is a three-year apprenticeship, and the expectation is that apprentices will be committed for the full duration and complete all three years.

Accepting applications on a Rolling Basis!
Learn More Here
 
Upcoming Events
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Gain skills, join a team, get paid! 
The New York Academy of Sciences: Junior Academy 

Junior Academy participants are enthusiastic learners and problem solvers with a passion for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). They have a desire to collaborate with international peers to address the world’s most pressing challenges.

  • Age: 13–17 years old.
  • Location: Virtual programming takes place online on our Launchpad platform.
  • Language: All program content and communication on the platform is in English, and a strong level of English proficiency is required. 
  • Time Commitment: Three to four hours each week during challenge periods.
Application Deadline: January 3, 2023
Apply Here
CITYarts: Multiple Internships Available
CITYarts engages youth with professional artists in the creation of public art, including murals and mosaics. Through this creative process, CITYarts empowers, educates, and connects youth and children locally and around the world to become active participants in realizing their potential and transforming communities.

Internships available in: 
Bookkeeping, Design, Development, Photo/Video, Pieces for Peace, PR/Marketing, Projects & Social Media
Learn More Here
The Emma Bowen Foundation
Whether you're interested in being a producer, a journalist, a web developer, an engineer, a business executive, a PR agent, a sales representative, or any other career in media or tech, the EBF Internship is here to help you get your start. If selected, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in these organizations so you can learn, grow and put yourself on the fast-track to career success
Learn More Here

Futures and Options
The Internship Program provides paid, mentored internships and career readiness workshops to high school juniors and seniors. Students acquire hands-on experience, gain entry to small businesses, nonprofits, government agencies and multinational corporations and earn needed money.

Still time to APPLY!!!

Apply Here

The Ranger Conservation Corps Internship; Fall
The Ranger Conservation Corps is a great urban environmental internship for high school students who are interested in the natural world or environmental issues. 

Our Ranger Conservation Corps interns gain experience while working with the Urban Park Rangers on environmental restoration in natural areas in our flagship parks. Participants may go on exciting field trips including canoeing, overnight camping, and more. Interns receive community service hours, and the experience looks great on a college application!

Apply Here
 
Increase your impact, join a program 

Climate and Resilience Education Youth Task Force
Join other high school students in learning about the climate crisis and taking concrete action to expand access to climate education in New York City schools! As part of this program, students will work on a state-level climate education policy campaign, help build a network of youth dedicated to climate justice education across New York, and meet educators, policymakers, and experts in the field of climate education and advocacy.

Apply Here

Morgan Stanley: Entrepreneurship Academy

In partnership with Morgan Stanley, the MSEA is an entrepreneurship program highly focused on personal and business finance, and preparing students for future careers in finance.  This project-based program can be added to any high school or college class, a student club, or can be offered as an after-school program.

Register for More Information
Pelham Art Center: Teen Artist Council 
Join the first year of Pelham Art Center’s new Teen Artist Council! The Teen Artist Council gathers and engages young people interested in creating teen-centric art programs. This will include selecting candidates to speak on a Careers in the Arts Panel series in Winter 2023, curating a gallery exhibition at PAC in April 2023, and leading select public programs.
 
Learn More Here

The New York Botanical Garden
Explainer Program 

Teens volunteer in the Everett Children's Garden for 125 hours, at which point they can become Advanced Explainers, which can lead to more accomplished positions and paid opportunities. Free Metro Cards and free entry for family and friends!

Application Deadline: Nov 21, 2022

Apply Here
Virgil Abloh Social Sculpture Teen Workshops Invitations
Brooklyn Museum currently has the Virgil Abloh "Figures of Speech " exhibition on view, and are beginning to create amazing programs highlighting the themes in the exhibition. One of Virgil Abloh's amazing works is the Social Sculpture, which stems from the late artist and designers' desire to create space for Black creatives and young people. 
 
The series is an opportunity to exchange knowledge and expand on Abloh's multidisciplinary collaborations and creativity, each held at Brooklyn Museum on the second Sundays of the month until January from 1-2pm, open to all young people!
 
RSVP Here

Phipps Neighborhood Career Network: Building Services 
Building Service program is a 5-week in-person training program: 4 weeks of in-class training and one-week on-site internship. The Building Services program aims to assist working-age adults on a career path in building services and construction. Program graduates can secure eight different industry-recognized credentials and gain a basic understanding of and exposure to the Carpentry, Electrical, and Plumbing disciplines.    

Pilot program begins October 24, 2022. 
The eligibility requirements are as follows:  

  • Adults 18+ years old 
  • Pass Basic Construction Math Skills Assessment 
  • Ability to commit to program hours Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 5 PM 
Apply Here
Climate Leaders Fellowship
The Climate Leaders Fellowship is a free leadership development program for students (age 14-18) interested in climate change and environmental sustainability, and is provided by a collaboration between the Deliberative Democracy Lab at Stanford University, the Rustic Pathways Foundation and Rustic Pathways.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. 
Apply Here
Rocking the Boat 
FALL 2021 Applications Open!! 

Learn boatbuilding, sailing or environmental science, while building a community of peers and mentors who will help you succeed. Build a boat from scratch, become a Bronx River caretaker and/or learn to sail! 

Eligibility: 9th and 10th graders 
 
Apply Here
Pockets Change
Pockets Change, the Hip Hop Education Center, FPP, and Spondulics are proud to present Hip Hop FinFest 2022!

High School Students are invited to explore online challenges that build financial skills then use their knowledge to write, perform and submit an original song.

Winning songs will be featured during this summer’s virtual concert live on Spondulics.org on November 17, 2022.

Learn More Here
Yearup

The Year Up program provides an opportunity for students to develop the essential career readiness and business skills needed to navigate a modern, professional work environment. Yearup currently offer training within 5 career tracks.
Apply Here
South Bronx Job Corps
Career Vocational Training

SBJC offers work-based learning (WBL) program provides students with opportunities to link their career technical training with practical, on-the-job activities. Students participating in WBL improve their work habits and attitudes, identification of goals and aptitudes, and the motivation to complete and further their education.
Enroll Here
Start a BC2M High School Club @ your school!!!

The BC2M High School Program is a student-led club initiative
that encourages teens to learn and explore mental health topics
in a safe and supportive environment. As students engage and talk about mental health, our tools and resources help them to normalize the conversations and eliminate stigma within their communities.
Learn More
Youth Action Youth Build
Youth Build Construction Skills Program

The YouthBuild Construction Skills training program integrates leadership development, education, and vocational skills training into a combined service that prepares young people aged 17-24 to take advantage of existing economic opportunities, forge new ones, and further their education. The program curriculum includes:

  • Work readiness training
  • Vocational construction training and certification (OSHA10 and OSHA30)
  • Placement in a paid 13-week internship
  • Case management
  • Leadership development
  • Community service engagement
Learn More
 

Leverage Your Skills

DIY Museum
Join the cause! It has been a challenging year for folks that like to be creative, and this may be the perfect solution for you. Click the link below and check out the cool guide to creating your very own museum. At home!

 
 
 
 
 
 
Check out these Featured Opps!  
HERE to HERE: 2022-23 Student Ambassador Fellowship 

The HERE To HERE Student Ambassador program is a year-long, paid fellowship that helps position young people as leaders in their schools and in the work-based learning landscape. Ambassadors will help plan and organize student-centered campaigns, help connect their peers to real-world learning opportunities and develop critical essential skills .

EXTENDED Deadline: October 21, 2022 
Apply Here
The New York Academy of Sciences: Junior Academy 

Junior Academy participants are enthusiastic learners and problem solvers with a passion for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). They have a desire to collaborate with international peers to address the world’s most pressing challenges.

  • Age: 13–17 years old.
  • Location: Virtual programming takes place online on our Launchpad platform.
  • Language: All program content and communication on the platform is in English, and a strong level of English proficiency is required. 
  • Time Commitment: Three to four hours each week during challenge periods.
Application Deadline: January 3, 2023
Apply Here
 
Upcoming Events
Register Here
 
Gain skills, join a team, get paid! 
CITYarts: Multiple Internships Available
CITYarts engages youth with professional artists in the creation of public art, including murals and mosaics. Through this creative process, CITYarts empowers, educates, and connects youth and children locally and around the world to become active participants in realizing their potential and transforming communities.

Internships available in: 
Bookkeeping, Design, Development, Photo/Video, Pieces for Peace, PR/Marketing, Projects & Social Media
Learn More Here
The Emma Bowen Foundation
Whether you're interested in being a producer, a journalist, a web developer, an engineer, a business executive, a PR agent, a sales representative, or any other career in media or tech, the EBF Internship is here to help you get your start. If selected, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in these organizations so you can learn, grow and put yourself on the fast-track to career success
Learn More Here

Futures and Options
The Internship Program provides paid, mentored internships and career readiness workshops to high school juniors and seniors. Students acquire hands-on experience, gain entry to small businesses, nonprofits, government agencies and multinational corporations and earn needed money.

Still time to APPLY!!!

Apply Here

The Noguchi Museum: Teen Advisory Board
The Noguchi Museum’s Teen Advisory Board [TAB] is a paid internship for high school students. Each year, TAB interns learn about the life and art of Isamu Noguchi and work on collaborative projects that promote dialogue and inclusivity at the Museum.

This year, TAB interns will focus their conversations around social justice and the empowerment of communities and cultures, considering the global influences in Isamu Noguchi’s life and work. Open to 11th-12th graders. 

Application Deadline: Weds, October 26, 2022

Apply Here

The MET; Academic Year Internship
The Met high school internship Program offers PAID opportunities for students in the 10th and 11th grades. This program allows students to connect with art, museums, and creative professionals as they develop professional skills, network and gain work experience. 

*Vaccination required to particiapte*

Application Deadline: October 28, 2022

Apply Here

The Ranger Conservation Corps Internship; Fall
The Ranger Conservation Corps is a great urban environmental internship for high school students who are interested in the natural world or environmental issues. 

Our Ranger Conservation Corps interns gain experience while working with the Urban Park Rangers on environmental restoration in natural areas in our flagship parks. Participants may go on exciting field trips including canoeing, overnight camping, and more. Interns receive community service hours, and the experience looks great on a college application!

Apply Here
 
Increase your impact, join a program 

Join the Sciencious Podcast Team! 

Sciencious is an international non-profit organization that is hoping to help young people connect with like-minded individuals who enjoy STEM as much as they do. 

Opportunities include: Podcast Hosts, Podcasts Editors, Social Media Manager 

Application Deadline: October 25, 2022
Apply Here

MCC Theater Youth Company Auditions!

Have you ever wanted to take to the stage? Do you have something to say, but don't know how to have your voice be heard? If you are looking to challenge yourself creatively while building a supportive community of peers and artists, audition for MCC Theater Youth Company! The MCC is a free, after-school program for New York City high school students interested in developing their acting and dramatic writing skills. Audition for the Performance and/or Playwriting Labs.

Application Deadline: October 19,2022
Register Here

Climate and Resilience Education Youth Task Force
Join other high school students in learning about the climate crisis and taking concrete action to expand access to climate education in New York City schools! As part of this program, students will work on a state-level climate education policy campaign, help build a network of youth dedicated to climate justice education across New York, and meet educators, policymakers, and experts in the field of climate education and advocacy.

Apply Here

Morgan Stanley: Entrepreneurship Academy

In partnership with Morgan Stanley, the MSEA is an entrepreneurship program highly focused on personal and business finance, and preparing students for future careers in finance.  This project-based program can be added to any high school or college class, a student club, or can be offered as an after-school program.

Register for More Information
Pelham Art Center: Teen Artist Council 
Join the first year of Pelham Art Center’s new Teen Artist Council! The Teen Artist Council gathers and engages young people interested in creating teen-centric art programs. This will include selecting candidates to speak on a Careers in the Arts Panel series in Winter 2023, curating a gallery exhibition at PAC in April 2023, and leading select public programs.
 
Learn More Here

The New York Botanical Garden
Explainer Program 

Teens volunteer in the Everett Children's Garden for 125 hours, at which point they can become Advanced Explainers, which can lead to more accomplished positions and paid opportunities. Free Metro Cards and free entry for family and friends!

Application Deadline: Nov 21, 2022

Apply Here
Virgil Abloh Social Sculpture Teen Workshops Invitations
Brooklyn Museum currently has the Virgil Abloh "Figures of Speech " exhibition on view, and are beginning to create amazing programs highlighting the themes in the exhibition. One of Virgil Abloh's amazing works is the Social Sculpture, which stems from the late artist and designers' desire to create space for Black creatives and young people. 
 
The series is an opportunity to exchange knowledge and expand on Abloh's multidisciplinary collaborations and creativity, each held at Brooklyn Museum on the second Sundays of the month until January from 1-2pm, open to all young people!
 
RSVP Here

Phipps Neighborhood Career Network: Building Services 
Building Service program is a 5-week in-person training program: 4 weeks of in-class training and one-week on-site internship. The Building Services program aims to assist working-age adults on a career path in building services and construction. Program graduates can secure eight different industry-recognized credentials and gain a basic understanding of and exposure to the Carpentry, Electrical, and Plumbing disciplines.    

Pilot program begins October 24, 2022. 
The eligibility requirements are as follows:  

  • Adults 18+ years old 
  • Pass Basic Construction Math Skills Assessment 
  • Ability to commit to program hours Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 5 PM 
Apply Here
Climate Leaders Fellowship
The Climate Leaders Fellowship is a free leadership development program for students (age 14-18) interested in climate change and environmental sustainability, and is provided by a collaboration between the Deliberative Democracy Lab at Stanford University, the Rustic Pathways Foundation and Rustic Pathways.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. 
Apply Here
Rocking the Boat 
FALL 2021 Applications Open!! 

Learn boatbuilding, sailing or environmental science, while building a community of peers and mentors who will help you succeed. Build a boat from scratch, become a Bronx River caretaker and/or learn to sail! 

Eligibility: 9th and 10th graders 
 
Apply Here
Pockets Change
Pockets Change, the Hip Hop Education Center, FPP, and Spondulics are proud to present Hip Hop FinFest 2022!

High School Students are invited to explore online challenges that build financial skills then use their knowledge to write, perform and submit an original song.

Winning songs will be featured during this summer’s virtual concert live on Spondulics.org on November 17, 2022.

Learn More Here
Yearup

The Year Up program provides an opportunity for students to develop the essential career readiness and business skills needed to navigate a modern, professional work environment. Yearup currently offer training within 5 career tracks.
Apply Here
South Bronx Job Corps
Career Vocational Training

SBJC offers work-based learning (WBL) program provides students with opportunities to link their career technical training with practical, on-the-job activities. Students participating in WBL improve their work habits and attitudes, identification of goals and aptitudes, and the motivation to complete and further their education.
Enroll Here
Start a BC2M High School Club @ your school!!!

The BC2M High School Program is a student-led club initiative
that encourages teens to learn and explore mental health topics
in a safe and supportive environment. As students engage and talk about mental health, our tools and resources help them to normalize the conversations and eliminate stigma within their communities.
Learn More
Youth Action
 
 
 
 
 
 
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society.
Explore Here
 
Check out these Featured Opps!  
HERE to HERE: 2022-23 Student Ambassador Fellowship 

The HERE To HERE Student Ambassador program is a year-long, paid fellowship that helps position young people as leaders in their schools and in the work-based learning landscape. Ambassadors will help plan and organize student-centered campaigns, help connect their peers to real-world learning opportunities and develop critical essential skills .

Application Deadline: October 14, 2022 
Apply Here

DOE Sustainability Youth Leadership Council
The NYC Department of Education (DOE) Office of Sustainability’s Youth Leadership Council (DOE Sustainability YLC or YLC) empowers diverse high school students to increase inclusive and impactful sustainability and climate action across NYC schools and communities. YLC meetings will be held after-school, the second Thursday of the month, from 4:30-6:30pm.  All meetings will be held in person, at varying sustainability landmarks across the five boroughs of New York City.

Application Deadline: Tuesday, Oct 11, 2022

Apply Here

The Noguchi Museum: Teen Advisory Board
The Noguchi Museum’s Teen Advisory Board [TAB] is a paid internship for high school students. Each year, TAB interns learn about the life and art of Isamu Noguchi and work on collaborative projects that promote dialogue and inclusivity at the Museum.

This year, TAB interns will focus their conversations around social justice and the empowerment of communities and cultures, considering the global influences in Isamu Noguchi’s life and work. Open to 11th-12th graders. 

Application Deadline: Weds, October 26, 2022

Apply Here
 
Teen Events
Register Here
 
Gain skills, join a team, get paid! 
The Emma Bowen Foundation
Whether you're interested in being a producer, a journalist, a web developer, an engineer, a business executive, a PR agent, a sales representative, or any other career in media or tech, the EBF Internship is here to help you get your start. If selected, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in these organizations so you can learn, grow and put yourself on the fast-track to career success
Learn More Here

Youth Construct 
Youth Construct aims to provide NYC underserved youth with access to careers in construction, architecture, engineering, and development. Seeking to hire high school juniors and seniors. While there are no GPA requirements, proficient writing and mathematics skills are needed to successfully complete the program due to thenature of the material being taught. This will be a rigourous 9-month program, where you will receive 6 months of training with a stipend. Then, for 3 months, you will receive in a paid internship.

EXTENDED Deadline: October 10, 2022

Apply Here

Futures and Options
The Internship Program provides paid, mentored internships and career readiness workshops to high school juniors and seniors. Students acquire hands-on experience, gain entry to small businesses, nonprofits, government agencies and multinational corporations and earn needed money.

Application Deadline: October 14, 2022

Apply Here

Brooklyn Museum: InterseXtions: Gender & Sexuality

In this paid internship, New York City LGBTQ+ youth ages 14–19 explore gender and sexuality in art through an activist lens, and work collaboratively to organize programs for other queer and trans youth.

Teen staff in InterseXtions:

  • Learn about LGBTQ+ social movements and artists working today
  • Meet educators, artists, and curators to learn about art and our collections
  • Share readings and analyze issues of representation in art and media
  • Discuss topics such as feminism, sexuality, and social justice to make connections between art and our world AND MORE..
Application Deadline: October 16, 2022
Learn More Here

The MET; Academic Year Internship
The Met high school internship Program offers PAID opportunities for students in the 10th and 11th grades. This program allows students to connect with art, museums, and creative professionals as they develop professional skills, network and gain work experience. 

*Vaccination required to particiapte*

Application Deadline: October 28, 2022

Apply Here

The Ranger Conservation Corps Internship; Fall
The Ranger Conservation Corps is a great urban environmental internship for high school students who are interested in the natural world or environmental issues. 

Our Ranger Conservation Corps interns gain experience while working with the Urban Park Rangers on environmental restoration in natural areas in our flagship parks. Participants may go on exciting field trips including canoeing, overnight camping, and more. Interns receive community service hours, and the experience looks great on a college application!

Apply Here
 
Increase your impact, join a program 

Morgan Stanley: Entrepreneurship Academy

In partnership with Morgan Stanley, the MSEA is an entrepreneurship program highly focused on personal and business finance, and preparing students for future careers in finance.  This project-based program can be added to any high school or college class, a student club, or can be offered as an after-school program.

Register for More Information
Pelham Art Center: Teen Artist Council 
Join the first year of Pelham Art Center’s new Teen Artist Council! The Teen Artist Council gathers and engages young people interested in creating teen-centric art programs. This will include selecting candidates to speak on a Careers in the Arts Panel series in Winter 2023, curating a gallery exhibition at PAC in April 2023, and leading select public programs.
 
Learn More Here

Reel Works: Narrative Fellows
Reel Works Narrative Fellows is a free intensive training program for talented young artists to specialize in a filmmaking discipline, and build a portfolio for college and career success. Fellows choose one craft: Screenwriting, Directing, Producing, Cinematography, Sound or Editing. They are then paired with a professional mentor to deepen their practice while collaborating to create original short films. Fellows experience paid media work experiences in their craft of choice, job shadowing and master classes with leading craftspeople. Graduates leave with a reel, a resume and a professional network to launch their careers.

Application Deadline: October 10, 2022

Apply Here

DOROT 
Academic Year Internship Program
Each school year DOROT welcomes high school students in ninth through twelfth grades to receive high-quality training and leadership development while volunteering in small groups. This is a unique opportunity for ongoing community service that meaningfully connects teens with older adults one afternoon per week through friendly phone calls, intergenerational workshops and creative arts programming.

Application Deadline: October 10, 2022

Learn More Here

The New York Botanical Garden
Explainer Program 

Teens volunteer in the Everett Children's Garden for 125 hours, at which point they can become Advanced Explainers, which can lead to more accomplished positions and paid opportunities. Free Metro Cards and free entry for family and friends!

Application Deadline: Nov 21, 2022

Apply Here
Virgil Abloh Social Sculpture Teen Workshops Invitations
Brooklyn Museum currently has the Virgil Abloh "Figures of Speech " exhibition on view, and are beginning to create amazing programs highlighting the themes in the exhibition. One of Virgil Abloh's amazing works is the Social Sculpture, which stems from the late artist and designers' desire to create space for Black creatives and young people. 
 
The series is an opportunity to exchange knowledge and expand on Abloh's multidisciplinary collaborations and creativity, each held at Brooklyn Museum on the second Sundays of the month until January from 1-2pm, open to all young people!
 
RSVP Here

Phipps Neighborhood Career Network: Building Services 
Building Service program is a 5-week in-person training program: 4 weeks of in-class training and one-week on-site internship. The Building Services program aims to assist working-age adults on a career path in building services and construction. Program graduates can secure eight different industry-recognized credentials and gain a basic understanding of and exposure to the Carpentry, Electrical, and Plumbing disciplines.    

Pilot program begins October 24, 2022. 
The eligibility requirements are as follows:  

  • Adults 18+ years old 
  • Pass Basic Construction Math Skills Assessment 
  • Ability to commit to program hours Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 5 PM 
Apply Here
Climate Leaders Fellowship
The Climate Leaders Fellowship is a free leadership development program for students (age 14-18) interested in climate change and environmental sustainability, and is provided by a collaboration between the Deliberative Democracy Lab at Stanford University, the Rustic Pathways Foundation and Rustic Pathways.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. 
Apply Here
Rocking the Boat 
FALL 2021 Applications Open!! 

Learn boatbuilding, sailing or environmental science, while building a community of peers and mentors who will help you succeed. Build a boat from scratch, become a Bronx River caretaker and/or learn to sail! 

Eligibility: 9th and 10th graders 
 
Apply Here
Pockets Change
Pockets Change, the Hip Hop Education Center, FPP, and Spondulics are proud to present Hip Hop FinFest 2022!

High School Students are invited to explore online challenges that build financial skills then use their knowledge to write, perform and submit an original song.

Winning songs will be featured during this summer’s virtual concert live on Spondulics.org on November 17, 2022.

Learn More Here
Yearup

The Year Up program provides an opportunity for students to develop the essential career readiness and business skills needed to navigate a modern, professional work environment. Yearup currently offer training within 5 career tracks.
Apply Here
South Bronx Job Corps
Career Vocational Training

SBJC offers work-based learning (WBL) program provides students with opportunities to link their career technical training with practical, on-the-job activities. Students participating in WBL improve their work habits and attitudes, identification of goals and aptitudes, and the motivation to complete and further their education.
Enroll Here