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.
High school students may be interested in the Arlington Independent Media/Document Arlington, a six week television production apprenticeship program open to Arlington Public Schools high school students. Phoenix Bikes not only helps student learn skills as a bike mechanic, but also earn a new bike. Other opportunities are offered at the Smithsonian, National Zoo, Secret Service, Department of State, and more.
Arlingtonteens.com is an Internet created by and for teens (ages 13-19) in Arlington, Virginia, where teens can get information on internships and other work experience programs. It is a project of the Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth and Families in Arlington, Virginia.
The location is usually in VIRGINIA.