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Arlingtonteens Internships

Arlingtonteens Internships offer many great opportunities for high school students to gain valuable work experience in their field of interest. Opportunities range from summer, fall and year round internships in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) as well as education, global sustainability, law enforcement and much more.

Some internships include pay while others are voluntarily work assignments. All are open to teens as young as 12 years old. The Student Assistant, Summer Camps through the Department of Parks and Recreation, for example, offers four-week voluntary internships for students at least 12 years old.

PRIME Internship Program

PRIME Internship Program is open to high school juniors and seniors who want a professional internship in an organization in their field of interest. Students should APPLY NOW for a summer internship. The program is for students from the Arlington Virginia Public School System.

The internship program lasts four weeks during the summer and is unpaid; interns can receive high school or college credit. Interns are assigned to a professional organization where they gain first-hand knowledge and skills that are required in the professional world within their area of interest.

Carter Center Internships

Carter Center Internships are offered to students who have completed at least two years of study, recent college graduates who have graduated within 24 months of the internship start date, and graduate or professional students. Internships are offered in the fall and spring, and in the summer.

Summer internships are 10-13 weeks in length. The internship does not include pay but students can inquire if their college or university offers academic credit for internships. Interns work from 20-40 hours per week. Interns will work on important, humanitarian projects and have the opportunity to meet former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn Carter.

Dr. Oz Internships

Dr. Oz Internships are offered in the Fall and Summer to college students looking for experience in the TV industry. Internships are unpaid; interns must receive college credit from an academic department.

Internships take place at Dr. Oz production studio in Manhattan, New York. Interns generally work about 20 hours per week. Schedules are flexible but ideally would like interns to work 5 days per week.

ConstantContact Internships

ConstantContact Internships are offered to undergraduate and graduate students in the spring, summer and fall. College students working towards a B.S/M.S. in Computer Science or an equivalent discipline may apply.

Interns are given an opportunity to develop creative and innovative approaches that will help small businesses connect with their customers. Internships are offered in software engineering, data integration, software design, business systems analysis, user experience research, and more.

Summer Vs. Fall Internship -- Which One is Better?

By Joyce Huber

Internships are work-experience programs that let you 'test drive' careers while you are still in college. It not only gives you an opportunity to get a better perspective on careers, but it also gives you valuable experience that you can add to your resume, giving you an edge over other students when it comes time to apply for a full-time job after graduation. It can be an important key to your future.

Hulu Internships (Paid)

Hulu Internships offer college students a paid summer work experience that will enhance their skills in their chosen career field. No coffee-fetching involved in these internships; rather, a real opportunity to work on some business-impacting projects.

Internships are offered in the areas of software development, software engineering, technical program management, product design, and other technology-related fields. Internships are offered in the summer and year round. Candidates for technical positions should be pursuing a Bachelor's/M.S. degree in computer science or a related technical field.

PlayStation Network Internship Program (Paid)

PlayStation Network Internship Program accepts college students at all levels, including undergraduate, graduate and PHD/JD candidates. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university. Internships are paid.

Internships are offered in two concurrent summer intern classes based on the semester and quarter system school calendars. Intern classes run May through August for semester system students and June through September for quarter system students. Internship programs are 12 weeks long and are full-time, paid positions. is product of StormFox Productions LLC