Region 1. Taking music, photography, drawing, dance, film making or game making even further. As an intern at the Computer Clubhouse you will mentor other youth and works with industry professionals to learn even more about the work as a career. As an intern you will become both better artists and better leaders.
LSNA community internships offer teens a chance to do successful community work with the support of staff from a creative & powerful community organization. Interns can elect to co-teach in a summer program for elementary-school children, organize on housing & citizenship issues, or help deepen LSNA's ongoing student-based organizing.
The Umoja Community Builders (CB) internship emphasizes career development in the community context. CB interns are challenged to manage a community change project, apply research techniques, build group facilitation skills, strengthen their civic engagement, collaborate with field professionals, and think critically about career aspirations.
Coaching club will train young people to become soccer coaches using a responsibilty based curriculum, which they in turn will integrate into their coaching methods and life in general. Interns will gain coaching experience working with youth ages 7-19 participating in the Southwest Athletic Club (SWAC) summer soccer league.
CYBC Youth Ready interns are trained as boxing coaches in preparing them to 1) provide instruction in the sport 2) support fitness activities 3) navigate administrative tasks associated with a gym 4) building a foundation to be a certified coach through USA Boxing. Youth interns provide coaching support to the CYBC gym programs, work will be trained in gym management including but not limited to gym maintenance, retail management, client recruitment and data entry.
Interns develop and implement lesson plans for a gym/fitness class in the Pui Tak Center's July Summer Program. They also assist classroom teachers, arrange classroom materials and supplies, and make copies for teachers. They assist during the program's lunch period in setting up and cleaning up. They may also lead some of the small group activities in class such as tutoring, crafts or recreation.
CARES Chicago's Summer Internship Program will provide youth with special needs an opportunity to gain real world work experience in Healthcare, Hospitality, Custodial, Clerical and Recreational service occupations . Youth will gain and understanding of business operations and have the opportunity to acquire critical hard and soft job readiness skills while being monetarily compensated for the same.
Interns have the opportunity to train in a real work environment within a variety of settings including hospitals, hotels, sports clubs, YMCAs, retail shops, schools, social service agencies, and more. Youth gain a practical understanding of workplace expectations, policies and procedures as they execute real workplace
job duties and responsibilities. Each teen develops relationships with caring adults who are practitioners in their field that have the potential to extend beyond the summer experience.
Our mission is to inspire and empower all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Teens learn valuable skills and have fun while learning.
Region 6 - The goals of this internship are to provide youth with the necessary job skills to become productive members of the work force and to provide youth with a sense of accomplishment, thus increasing their self esteem. Teens will assist art classes, help care for an award winning community garden, take children on field trips, and learn office skills.