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PRIME Internship Program
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.
Intern candidates will be required to interview for an internship position; sample questions are posted on the PRIME web site to help prepare applicants for the interview process. Interns will be expected to work a total of 140 hours during the four-week internship.
Professional Related Intern/Mentorship Experience (PRIME) is a program of the Arlington Public Schools in Arlington, Virginia, that serves over 1,100 students a day. The PRIME internship program is designed for gifted students.
The location is usually in VIRGINIA.