Camp Galileo offers a paid summer internship program for high school students age 16 or older. If you love camp and are interested in being a camp counselor some day, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss! As a Summer Intern, you will be supporting the Camp Director and staff where needed, including helping out in the office, playing with kids in the classroom and participating in all-camp games and ceremonies.
Applications are processed on a rolling basis and positions fill up quickly. Apply now!
What is Breakthrough San Francisco? Breakthrough San Francisco at SF Day School fosters educational equity through an innovative, two-pronged approach. We provide intensive academic enrichment and ongoing support to motivated students with limited educational opportunities, ensuring they are academically successful and on the path to college. Simultaneously, we train outstanding high school and college students… Read More
The San Francisco-Osaka Sister City Association is proud to offer an opportunity of a lifetime to two high school students in San Francisco through our annual High School Student Ambassador Program. The purpose of this program is to enable two San Francisco high school students to gain an understanding of the people and culture of… Read More
A Community Benefit Program geared primarily toward 11th and 12th grade students, the Kaiser Permanente LAUNCH High School Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) has been creating opportunities for underserved high school student populations since 1968. We offer paid summer work experience at Kaiser Permanente facilities throughout California and encourage students to consider that life long… Read More
It’s hiring time! The YouthWorks summer session application is now available. We are planning to hire up to 250 high school youth to work as summer interns in city government offices, libraries and recreation facilities. YouthWorks interns will work up to twenty hours per week, and will be paid $10.55 per hour. If you are entering… Read More
Teen Art Connect (TAC) is a career exploration program that brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds for a year-long paid internship at the Contemporary Jewish Museum. TACs provide Museum visitors with fun & educational experiences and help make the Museum a vibrant place for teens. TACs will: Learn about the Museum’s exhibitions and architecture… Read More
Counselors generally will be at least 18 years old and/or have graduated high school. Must have two years of experience working with children. Must be energetic, responsible, work well in a team setting and be ready to work very hard. Counselors participate in planning and implementation of group activities as well as anything else that… Read More