SFArtsED Internships – San Francisco Arts Education Project

Having qualified high school and college students assist in bringing SFArtsED programs to children is a fantastic enterprise, in place since 1996. As students themselves, their contributions make the arts all the more relevant and exciting to children. And these young artist teachers, assisting mid career artists, round out their education in the spirit of… Read More

Careers in Science Intern Program (CiS) at the California Academy of Sciences

CiS is a year-round, multi-year, work-based, science education and youth development program targeting young people from groups typically under-represented in the sciences. The program is a paid internship which provides opportunities for interns to explore, explain and protect the natural world both inside and outside of the museum, acquire transferable skills and confidence through authentic… Read More

Dr. John Carlos and "Davey D" Cook in conversation

  February 15th at 6:30pm at Bannan Theatre St. Ignatius High School  proudly presents Hip Hop journalist, activist and educator, Dave “Davey D” Cook in conversation with the iconic Dr. John Carlos. Tickets are $3.00 at the door. For more information please contact Christine Godinez, Director of Student Inclusion and Leadership, at cgodinez@lwhs.org. Read More

Ignite Tomorrow's Women Leaders Conference

FREE event includes speakers, workshops, lunch with female elected officials, networking, internship opportunities. Conference is open to all females in high school or college. When: Saturday, March 10, 2012, 9am–4pm Where: Berkeley City Club 2315 Durant Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94704 Accessible by BART & AC Transit How to register: http://tinyurl.com/7xlsn8l  Workshops and Panels Two Sides,… Read More

Conscious Youth Media Crew

San Francisco’s Conscious Youth Media Crew, a digital multimedia training program for youth in the visual arts and film-making, are hiring Youth Media After-School Interns for Spring 2012, from March 1-June 14 (14 wks). Youth and young adults ages 16-23 are eligible to apply. The intern schedules are Tuesday/Thursday 4-6:30 p.m., and Wednesday 2-5 p.m…. Read More

Project What!

Led by youth who have had a parent incarcerated, Project WHAT! raises awareness about children with incarcerated parents with the long-term goal of improving services and policies that affect these children.  WHAT! stands for We’re Here And Talking, which is exactly what the team is doing. Over 7 million children have a parent on parole,… Read More