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Updated August 10th, 2022


Shades of Purple is a one-day student conference for American Indian/Alaska Native, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, and Southeast Asian high school seniors (Class of 2023) in Washington who are interested in attending the University of Washington in Seattle.

Shades of Purple was created to encourage you to pursue higher education as well as to give you the opportunity to experience the University of Washington. You will attend workshops to prepare you for the UW admission process, learn about campus programs, meet admissions staff and much more.

The Shades of Purple Conference has either in-person or virtual sessions. All sessions will follow the same agenda. See the link below for full details such as dates and locations.

Who: 12th graders – American Indian/Alaska Native, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, and Southeast Asian

When: August 16th, 2022 from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Where: Seattle


Kick off a new school year by diving deeper into a favorite passion or discovering a new interest at the University of Washington Seattle, where instructors will teach the courses in real-time twice weekly in the evenings with a blend of whole group discussion, small group/partner work, and individual work time.


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Femme2STEM is a FREE program geared toward serving female-identified BIPOC youth ages 17 – 24 who are furthest from opportunity by assisting them to overcome institutional barriers and racial & social inequities to explore, plan, and ultimately launch careers in STEM

Services offer:

  • Career exploration
  • STEM college & career readiness
  • College & career navigation support
  • Academic & social-emotional support
  • Internships
  • Mentorship and peer support
  • Site visits
  • Informational interviews

For more information, please visit their website

Be among the first to know when applications for 2022-23 WAS program open in the Fall, by clicking the learn more button below.

Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) is an online distance learning course and summer experience specifically designed for high school juniors interested in pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) pathways through the exploration of space and space travel.

The online curriculum is a University of Washington college course focused on NASA’s space exploration program and Earth and Space Science topics.

If scholars successfully complete the online curriculum, they are invited to participate in multi-day summer experiences that provide them the opportunity to work with STEM professionals, NASA scientists, university students and STEM educators.

**Fees may apply.**

For more information:

Be the next Northwest Sound. As the premier under-21 music showcase in the Pacific Northwest, MoPOP’s Sound Off! provides artists the tools to learn, grow, and express themselves through music.

Through a series of performances highlighting new and upcoming talent in MoPOP’s Sky Church, Sound Off! lets young artists shine by playing in a professional concert setting while making their mark on the future of the PNW music scene.

The Sound Off! Artist Experience:

  • Play a show on the big stage at MoPOP’s Sky Church
  • Get a taste of the rockstar life — cue lights, cameras, and adoring fans
  • Learn the ropes with industry professionals
  • Join an awesome community of musicians
  • Become a part of the next Northwest sound

Deadline: September 30, 2022

Coding for Medicine is an innovative organization dedicated to teach coding skills to young people (9th – 12th graders) based on real-life problems. Primary areas are biology and medicine, but also offer interesting modules like “Calculus Meets Coding” to teach calculus and coding together and “Catching Pokemon with Coding” to teach coding to the middle-school students. Please view the modules below.

**Fees apply**

Gage Academy of Art - Seattle, WA

From comic book artists, animators, video game designers, graphic artists… They all start somewhere! Build skills while doing what you love. Gage offers a safe digital space for 9th-12th graders to learn from creative, forward-thinking, professional teaching artists!

Fee does apply

Belltown Art Walk

Every month on the second Friday, the community is welcomed into galleries, shops, and art studios to enjoy exhibits and meet Seattle-based artists. This is a free, all-ages event. View the map of venues on the website, and start your walk at any point.

Who: All-ages

Where: Belltown Neighborhood | Sassafras 2307 1st Ave Seattle, WA 98121

When: August 12th from 6 PM – 9 PM

View more information about Belltown Art Walk

Available Internships and Programs

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Live list of available internships open to all Seattle Public Schools students (ages vary).

Review the tabs below to search for internships available for SPS students. Some are paid, unpaid, volunteer, and more. Check back often for new postings!

If you have any career-related opportunities to advertise, please complete this quick form.

Agriculture Sciences

Hip Hop is Green’s mission of creating healthy communities by promoting plant-based, culturally relevant eating and teaching Black, Indigenous, and other youth of color (BIPOC) ages 12 to 24 traditional organic and innovative hydroponic farming methods and reconnecting them to a long tradition of BIPOC farmers. The Farm & Lab is a unique opportunity to showcase community-developed, innovative solutions for food security and food justice.

Who: BIPOC students ages 12 to 24 years old

When: June 28th to September 8th

Where: Cherry Street Urban Farm

Compensation: $500

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King County Parks Youth Conservation Corps is a summer internship program that provides 10 high school-aged youth environmental learning opportunities.  This seven-week program runs from July 5 –to August 18, 2022. Interns will work with King County Parks & Recreation Division staff at multiple Parks locations to better understand the breadth and depth of environmental justice, ecological restoration, and parks and recreation management practices. The program will provide growth and learning opportunities, foster positive work relationships, and support youth in experiencing the work life environment.  

Who: 10th – 12th High school students

When: Tuesday, July 5 – Thursday, August 18, 2022

Where: Thurnau Park/TAF Bethaday Community Learning Space (605 SW 108th St, Seattle, WA 98146)

Compensation:$17.72 – $22.47 Hourly

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Participants will prepare for careers as environmental professionals in science and education fields, develop leadership skills, work with children in a camp setting, and lead a horticultural project in the Washington Park Arboretum.

  • Who: High school students, 16 or older
  • When: This Summer! July 11 – August 5, 2022
  • Where: Washington Park Arboretum. Interns will also spend time meeting with environmental professionals from different backgrounds and types of environmental organizations across the Puget Sound region.
  • Compensation: $1,500 stipend paid upon successful completion of the internship. ORCA transit card. Fulfillment of volunteer/service-learning requirements. References are available upon request after completion.
  • Deadline: May 28th, 2022
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King County Wastewater Treatment Division partners with Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust to offer a paid internship experience for a cohort of high school interns to learn about local environmental issues, solutions, and careers focused on clean water in our region.

Who: For high school youth at least 15 years old. We strongly encourage applicants who are underrepresented in environmental careers and new to exploring environmental topics.

When: (2022): July 5 – Aug 17, 30 hrs./week; followed by 40+ hrs. during the next school year.

Where: Interns meet in downtown Seattle. ORCA cards are provided.

Compensation: $17.72 per hour

Deadline: May 10, 2022

Please click the apply button to view more information and apply.

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Youth Community Program is a non-residential, day program for 15 to 19-year-olds. With the experience of field staff guiding them, participants complete service projects in their own community each day and return home at night. Crews meet at a designated site every morning and evening, Monday through Friday. Members spend an average of 6 hours per day working and one hour participating in an educational lesson, from which they earn high school credit and a $325/week stipend. During these 5 week sessions, participants learn new skills, challenge themselves, make new friends, and better their communities!

Who: High school students, 15 – 19-year-old

When: Summer! (Timeline varies), Monday – Friday

Where: Varies

Compensation: $325/week stipend

Deadline: Please view the website

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YESC is hosting its annual Environmental Symposium on March 25, 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the University of Washington, Mary Gates Hall. We are looking to get information about the event out to as many parents, students, teachers, and green teams as possible. This event is open to all teens and we are hoping you would be willing to share it with your network.

YMCA Environmental Symposium

The Symposium gathers passionate, motivated student leaders together at the University of Washington to learn about the environmental issues facing our world and how to create a sustainable future for our schools, communities, and beyond!

Participants will take part in hands-on workshops led by local organizations and designed to educate students about environmental topics as well as give teens the skills they need to address environmental issues in their schools and communities. Youth will be networking with peers and adults and gaining tools to create real, positive change.

Who: All High School Students

When: March 25 from 8:30 am – 1:30 PM

Cost: Free

Deadline: Feb 22

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Are you interested in joining an expedition team next summer? We don’t require any specific skill sets, just a willingness to learn, explore, and challenge yourself in a new environment!

Inspiring Girls Expeditions is a tuition-free program that interweaves field science, artistic inquiry, and backcountry travel. We seek engaged, multi-faceted, talented participants who embody the human experience; we believe the diversity of our program makes our expeditions so much stronger and more insightful. Because we look for applicants who will share their perspectives and learn from one another, we do not choose team members based solely on their individual applications. We choose the team as a whole, according to what each member brings to the team.


  1. Diversity of backgrounds: a range of racial, ethnic, cultural, economic, gender, sexual orientation, family, and geographic identities and backgrounds.
  2. Diversity of interests and life experiences: a balance of interests in science, environment, art, outdoors, philosophy, social issues, and more. If you are passionate about something, tell us about it!
  3. Opportunity: we recognize and support applicants who hold identities and backgrounds historically excluded from science, technology, art, engineering, and math (STEAM) fields and those who may face more significant barriers entering STEAM and outdoor fields.

When: Summer 2022

Cost: Free

Deadline: February 7th

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We’re looking for passionate young people who have an interest in learning about the ocean and will work to inspire others to take conservation action.

Who: Grades 9–12 in a high school, Running Start, or homeschool program at the time of application.

Where: Seattle Aquarium

When: Summer 2022

Business & Marketing

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At Add3, we are hoping to provide an opportunity to local Black Seattle High School students to immerse themselves in our summer internship that showcases what it means to work in an advertising agency.

  • Mentorship & Professional skill development program
  • Education in the marketing industry (digital marketing, types of jobs,
  • presentations, with different departments)
  • Digital notebook and final presentation
  • Add3 digital boot camp certification & Google certifications (optional)


  • Who: Black high school students in the Seattle area
  • When: Summer 2022 (6 Weeks)Starting July 18th
  • Where: Hybrid – Add3’s Seattle Office, 500 E. Pike St, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98122
  • Hours: 10 hours weekly
  • Pay: $15

Email your resume & cover letter*

Port of Seattle

Applications are now open for our paid, eight-week, hybrid internship program. Interns will work 25 hours a week to complete a team project, explore a variety of Port of Seattle careers and facilities, and develop transferable skills in

  • Project Management
  • Public Speaking
  • Networking
  • Leadership

Who: 16 years old by July 1st

When: 8-week, hybrid internship program, 25 hours a week starting: July 6th – August 26th

Where: Port of Seattle

Compensation: $17.56

Penguin Productions | TeenTix

Penguin Productions unites youth leadership and adult mentorship to co-create theater and cultivate a healthy, equitable, and thriving future. Penguin Productions is hiring a Communications Manager/Digital Storyteller, where you will manage and drive communication channels including social media (Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok), video channels, e-newsletters, Penguin’s website, programs, and print/marketing collateral.

What: Communication Manager/Digital Storyteller

When: June 15 –September 15, 2022, Hours: Flexible, with some evening and weekend events. Hybrid virtual and in-person work. 5-10 hours/week depending on what’s going on.

Who: Students and emerging professionals ages 17–25 especially encouraged to

Compensation: $300/month

Deadline: Open until filled

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a sample of creative content to Open until filled

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BLAC (Building Leaders and Creators), is a paid, remote 12-week internship program, to bring more young Black people into advertising, ensuring they can fully express themselves, find community, and ultimately lead.

DNA Advertising in Seattle will be hosting 2 BLAC interns this summer. The internship runs from early May through the end of July 2022.

Built on three pillars: Education, Inspiration, and Experience, BLAC is like a 12-week version of an advertising school that not only offers paid training and job opportunities but also connects BLAC alumni with the growing, national BLAC community.

Who: Black High School student

When: May 9 – July 29, 2022

Compensation: Unknown

Deadline: April 1, 2022

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Do you have a high school student (currently in grade 9, 10, or 11) interested in entrepreneurship? Are they interested in experiencing the college-level business, marketing, and economics classes? If so, the Albers Summer Business Institute (SBI) is a great way for them to sample the instruction, interactions, and opportunities that business school offers.

SBI at Seattle University is a credit-bearing, project-based summer business camp for high school students focused on social entrepreneurship.

The program provides youth from African-American, Latino/Hispanic, Native American Indigenous, Pacific Islander, Hmong American, and Nepalese American heritages the opportunity to explore entrepreneurship, data visualization, economics, and more.

Thanks to the support of our gracious sponsors, the two-week-long program is free to apply, has a $50 registration deposit, and operates on an equitable tiered scholarship support model for program tuition.

Who: 9th, 10th, & 11th-grade students of color

When:Self-paced: July 3 – July 9, 2022, or Real-time: July 10 – July 15, 2022

Where: Seattle University at Alber School of Business and Economics

Deadline: May 31, 2022

Accounting Career Awareness Program

WA state students can now apply to ACAP Seattle’s free Summer 2022 Residency Week Program for WA high schoolers!

Seattle ACAP (the Accounting Career Awareness Program) is pleased to invite applicants to its summer 2022 Residency Week program at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business. ACAP’s mission is to help underrepresented students realize academic and career opportunities in accounting and business.

This free, week-long residential program for rising WA state high school participants to accounting, and the many opportunities offered in a field that is actively seeking to diversify its workforce. Participants reside on campus, learn in and out of the classroom, visit accounting firms, build valuable life skills, and network with other ACAP students and diverse professionals while enjoying a taste of campus life.

Who: 10th, 11th, 12th-grade Students of Color

When: July 24th – July 29th

Cost: Free and includes housing in campus dorms, food, and all activities

Deadline: April 15th, 2022

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MoPOP’s Youth Advisory Board (you can just call it YAB) gives you a voice in teen programming at the museum and an opportunity to give back to your community. You’ll collaborate with local musicians, artists, and community groups while creating original content for the Voice Box exhibit and YAB social media. Not a bad way to rack up some community service hours.

Camp Bill is a series of fun and interesting programs offered every summer. Students can sign up for one-week acting camps where they will be introduced to Shakespeare’s works, practice basic acting concepts, and play fun improv games with new friends. They can also participate in a 3-week “production intensive” camp where middle and high school students create their own full productions. In these 3-week camps, teaching artists direct students not only in rehearsal and performance, but to design and build the set and costumes for their production! There’s something for almost every age and level.

**Fees apply**

Activistas – A social justice program for BIPOC girls and gender expansive high school students. Participants will be engaged in activism, explore issues they’re passionate about, and create a youth-led conference and celebration called Girvolution.

Who: 14 – 19-year-old BIPOC girls

When: 10 weeks (6/27 – 8/31)

Compensation: $1600

Deadline: June 13th

PV Radio – All youth of color podcast + creative space where girls + gender expansive youth talk about their interests and navigate injustices that impact their lives.

Who: 14 – 19-year-old BIPOC girls

When: 10 weeks (6/27 – 9/1)

Compensation: $1600

Deadline: June 13th

Illumination Learning Studio

looking for creative and reliable individuals to fill immediate openings in our afternoon cultural, performing and fine arts programs as an Assistant with a team of 4-5 others. This role will assist our Creative Arts Instructors and Site Supervisors to ensure the implementation of the K-5 curriculum each day. This is a great opportunity if you enjoy working with talented students and being a mentor and good role model.

Specialized instructors and assistants work as a collaborative team to create and deliver sensational cultural, performing, and fine arts-focused lesson plans. Students in our programs gain exposure to interactive learning technologies, music, drama, dance, voice, fine arts, and yoga.

Who: High School Students: 9th – 12th

When: M, T, Th, F 2:30-6 pm and W 12:45 pm – 6 pm

Where: 5628 Airport Way S Ste 305, Seattle, WA

Compensation: $16.69-17.50/hour


  • On-the-job training and advancement opportunities
  • Work with a creative and passionate team of individuals
  • Excellent experience and resume building
  • Earn above average, competitive hourly wages

Email your resume, cover letter, and 2 references below:

OneWorld Now!

The application for OneWorld Now’s Summer Intensive Language & Leadership Program is now open!

  • Study beginner Arabic, Korean, or Mandarin Chinese
  • Develop your leadership skills and ability to create positive change
  • Experience new cultural practices and traditions
  • Make friends from across the country and
  • Earn up to 1.0 world language credit in just 4 weeks (equivalent to 1 year of study)!

Who: 9th – 12th grade students

When: Level 1A: June 27th – July 8th, Level 1B: July 11th – July 22nd, Monday-Friday, 9 am-1 pm Pacific

Where: Zoom

Deadline: June 5th

Fee? Fee applies

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Arts Corps is pleased to offer youth in 9th-12th grades TWO paid arts internship opportunities, one virtual/hybrid and one in person from July 18th – 30th. Earn $550 for the engaging work of expressing your passion either through digital art or mural painting.

  • Art 4 Life: Digital Art Web 3 (Virtual)
  • Art 4 life: Analog: Sustaining Expression (In-person)

More information about the job

Who: 9th – 12th grade students

When: July 18 – 30, 2022

Where: In-person, hybrid, virtual

Compensation: $550

Deadline: on Monday, May 29th @ 7 PM

The Washington Youth Arts Leadership (WAYAL) Program is a yearly cohort of youth and young adults (ages 16-19) from across Washington State. WAYAL leaders work with the Arts in Education (AIE) team at ArtsWA to build community, gain arts leadership skills, and explore arts careers with mentors in the field.

Who: 16 – 19 years old

When: September 2022 – June 2023; Monthly meetings

Where: Hybrid

Compensation: Stipend

Important dates:

  • Application Opens: April 26, 2022
  • Application Deadline: May 31, 2022, at 5:00 pm
  • Notification to WAYAL cohort members: July 1, 2022
  • Cohort virtual retreat: August date TBD (3 hours)
  • WAYAL Program: September 2022 – June 2023
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TIPS has provided over 1,100 teenagers with internships in more than 230 nonprofits in the Puget Sound area and provided over 230,000 public service hours.

During the program, our interns spend 6-8 weeks working with their nonprofits in a variety of service areas. They develop skills and have the chance to work on a wide array of projects with some of the most driven and inspiring nonprofit organizations in the Puget Sound area.

We also provide our interns with opportunities to work with their larger class at a job-readiness orientation, leadership and professional development training day, a day of service, and a service celebration.

Who: High school students ages 15 – 19

When: Summer 2022

Where: 2900 NE Blakeley St. Suite B Seattle, WA 98105

Compensation: $17.26 per hour

Deadline: March 16th

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TAG is an intensive program for high school-aged youth interested in leadership, highly opinionated, who want to learn about themselves and the world through art, and want to make SAM fun and engaging for teens. TAG plans all aspects of Teen Night Out, from selecting performers and art activities to leading special tours and organizing screenings and gallery talks. TAG meets every Thursday 4:30 – 6:30 pm. This year’s program will meet from October – to May and will likely be held in person although we will continue to monitor and adhere to COVID statewide precautions and mandates. Participants receive community-service learning credit or a stipend for their participation. (NOTE: students must be 14 years or older to receive the stipend).

Who: 14 years or older

When: October – May 2023

Where: Seattle Art Museum

Compensation: Paid or Service-learning hours

Deadline: Sunday, May 15th

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In RadioActive Youth Media’s fun and hands-on summer Intro to Radio Journalism Workshop, teens learn radio journalism and storytelling skills, build confidence and work with others while creating a true radio story about one person.

Participants will learn basic radio production skills, including recording and editing using professional audio equipment from KUOW. Each participant will produce a short radio story with the support of a mentor. Stories will be released on the RadioActive Youth Media podcast and posted on

When: Monday-Friday July 11th-15th, 2022.

Where: Online for three days and at KUOW in Seattle’s University District for two days. We’ll also have a short online orientation on July 6th, 2022.

Who: Up to 18 youth, ages 15-18, will be admitted to the program. Admission will be by lottery, with priority given to students who have less access to high-quality arts and media programming. All complete and enthusiastic applications will be considered for admission.

Compensation: $250

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Urban ArtWorks is currently recruiting teens aged 14 – 19 for Spring Mural Apprenticeship Program (March 1 – May 14, 2022, from 4-6 p.m.), a paid opportunity for youth to get arts employment training while researching designing and installing public artwork in Seattle. Youth work with a professional teaching artist to work on visual art skills and the mural project.

Responsibilities include:

  • Arrive on time and prepared
  • Communicate promptly with mentors when scheduling issues arise
  • Wear paint clothes
  • treat others with dignity and respect
  • give things a try
  • Represent Urban ArtWorks during the apprenticeship period – both inside and outside the studio
  • Willingness to learn about artists that create public art and practice new techniques


Who: Teens ages 14 – 19

When: March 1st – May 14th, 2022 from 4 PM – 6 PM

Where: Urban ArtWorks Inscape Arts Building – 815 Seattle Blvd S, Suite B7, Seattle, WA 98134

Compensation: $16 per hour

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Our approach is collaborative and community-driven. Partners and sites are prioritized by their grounding in community development as well as their commitment to building a more equitable cultural and creative ecosystem

Who: Internships are generally open to individuals aged 16-26 years, based in Seattle and surrounding communities (some positions may have more specific age requirements)

When: Internships range from 12-24 weeks long and 10-14 hours a week at the internship sites and participate in 1-2 hours of CCWD program activities

Compensation: Varies

Deadline: Please view the application through their website

Introducing Pedalheads – West Island Mommies

Learn how to operate at the highest standards of excellence through our industry-leading programs, while doing work that has meaning. We can forever impact a child’s life by teaching fundamental skills, building confidence, and igniting their sense of adventure. Pedalheads also offers a generous give-back program through annual social giving and a generous bursary program.

The Opportunity: We’re looking for Bike Instructors for our Spring Camps to join our team. Here’s how this job plays a role:

As a bike instructor, you will spend your days outside while inspiring the next generation of cyclists. It’s active, it’s adventurous, it’s fun and it’s incredibly rewarding.

You don’t have to be a bike expert because we provide training for our programs for you to get going in your new role! 

Who: at least 16 years or older

When: Work dates: April 11 – 15, 2022

Where: Ballard Elks Club & Maple Leaf Lutheran Church

Compensation: $16 per hour

Deadline: March 1st, 2022

Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) Now Accepting Applications for 2020  Summer Internships

The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP) supports young people (ages 16 to 24) from qualifying-income households and communities that experience racial, social, and economic disparities. The goal is to increase youth and young adults’ ability to pursue careers that pay well and are meaningful to them.

Who: ages 16 – 24

When: July 6, 2022 – August 16, 2022

Where: 810 3rd Ave Suite 425, Seattle 98104

Compensation: $17.25 per hour for 20-25 hours a week

Deadline: March 25th, 2022

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Work with youth ages 5-17 each week to develop skills and perform short productions ranging from musical adaptations like Hamilton and Frozen, and news stories from the worlds of Star Wars and Minecraft. Interns will develop classroom/rehearsal management skills and gain firsthand experience in bringing a script from page to stage with young performers, including observing and collaborating with experienced teaching artists and leading games and exercises. Interns must be available to work a minimum of four weeks, from late June through August in our outdoor summer camps.

Who: 9th – 12th graders

When: June 13th – August 26th from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm on weekdays during the summer.

Where: Wallingford Presbyterian Church

Transportation: It is helpful if Interns can drive and have access to a car, but not required.

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Reel Queer Youth (RQY) is a video production and media literacy program for LGBTQ+ youth
and allies grades 9–12.
During this week-long camp, participants will create a film using available media and tools, under the guidance of Reel Queer Youth facilitators and special film industry guests. We’ll learn about different forms of filmmaking (narrative, documentary, experimental), and how story and identity can be shared through each. We’ll also cover planning a production, recording video and sound, and editing to create dynamic films.

Who: LGBTQ+ youth and allies grades 9–12.

When: Aug. 1–5 from 11 am – 2 pm PT

Where: Northwest Film Forum and on ZOOM (links and passwords will be provided)

Cost: This camp is on a sliding scale, from $0-to $250, pay what you can. No payment is required to apply or attend. If you are accepted to the camp, we will send you a payment link and parent/guardian release form to have them complete.

Deadline: N/A


Calling all creative writers! Join us for a new series of FREE creative writing workshops, hosted by TeenTix in collaboration with On the Boards.

In each Art Begets Art mini-workshop, you’ll attend a performance at the On the Boards, then produce a piece of creative writing in response to the performance. Mini-workshops consist of three meetings: a pre-meeting to learn about the performance you’ll be seeing, the performance itself, and a post-meeting to work on your creative writing.

You’ll get to discuss the performance with other art-loving teens, meet the artist after the show, and receive individual mentorship from a professional writer on your work. There will also be an opportunity to publish your work on the TeenTix blog and receive a stipend for publication!

There are three different mini-workshops, each revolving around a different performance at On the Boards. You can sign up for one, two, or all three workshops!

Sign up for the TeenTix writing workshop

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Comic book artists, animators, video game designers, graphic artists… They all start somewhere! Build skills while doing what you love. Gage offers a safe digital space to learn from creative, forward-thinking, professional teaching artists!

Teen Art Studio (TAS), is a free, year-round, youth arts program that increases access to arts education for 1,500 King County youth, ages 13-18, who face barriers or limited access to creative outlets and who are experiencing homelessness, or are at-risk, LGBTQIA, underserved, or speak English as a second language. Learn more or register HERE

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Every Friday, Year-Round

  • Capitol Hill Location 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. with Fatima Elzein
  • Bellevue Location TBA
  • South Park Location TBA

Support from YOU will provide resources to sustain and grow TAS and ensure that TAS meets the needs of low-income youth and youth experiencing homelessness so that they experience pivotal outcomes. In addition to developing creative skills, program participants report personal growth, improved abilities to forge strong peer relationships, and self-dedication to community involvement.

Penguin Youth Leaders invite teens to join them for the next Penguin Artistic Cohort retreat Mon, Feb 21.

Retreats are our time to connect, play, deepen our skills, work with special guests, and hone our performance piece.

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  • Explore leadership through acting
  • Bring a social justice lens to both leadership and theater
  • Connect with peers
  • The PAC is collaborating on a multi-disciplinary exploration of empathy and connection that weaves together their passions and interests: Shakespeare, Original Work, Music, and Movement. They are working towards a public performance in the spring.

No prior PAC involvement is necessary. Teens are welcome to join at any time in the process.

Health Sciences

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Subtext: Cures Start Here

The Summer High School Internship Program (SHIP) is a competitive, eight-week, full-time paid internship for rising 12th graders. The program is specifically designed for students from backgrounds underrepresented in biomedical science.

Selected interns attend an orientation day, then begin the internship with one week of hands-on training on laboratory safety techniques and skills in the Fred Hutch Training Labs. Interns are paired and immersed in mentored activities in a Fred Hutch research group in Seattle for the remaining seven weeks.

Interns also participate in research education seminars, attend professional development workshops focused on college and careers and enjoy social activities with their teams and peers. The program culminates with intern presentations to the Fred Hutch community.

Who: Rising 12th graders

When: June 27th – August 19th, 2022 (Students must be able to commit to this entire period in order to participate)

Compensation: full-time, pay rate: Unknown

Deadline: March 31, 2022

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The University of Washington School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the 2022 Students Exploring Pharmacy (STEP) summer camp! STEP is a 4-day program designed to inspire high school students as they explore pharmacy as a career option. Students engage in hands-on activities that provide an introduction to pharmacy practice and perspective on the numerous ways a pharmacist contributes to improving people’s health—in ways that go far beyond dispensing medications.

STEP will occur July 18-21, 2022, at the University of Washington campus and is open to students in grades 9-12 as of Autumn 2022, including incoming freshmen.  An application is required and students should be prepared to submit a personal statement discussing their interest in health, wellness, healing, medical care, or related fields. Applicants must also identify a teacher, counselor, or other school officials, willing to serve as a recommender.  Interested students should visit the STEP website for further information and application instructions.   

Who: Grade 9th – 12th

When: July 18th – 21, 2022

Cost: Free

Deadline: April 30, 2022

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Every year SCH offers local high Junior and Senior students the opportunity to participate in our free Nurse Camp at Seattle Children’s. The goal of the program is to provide high school students with a background that is historically underrepresented in the biomedical and health sciences an opportunity to engage in learning activities at Seattle Children’s that introduce them to nursing career pathways.

Who: 11th & 12th-grade students

When: Monday, July 11 – Friday, July 15, 2022, 9 AM to 3 PM each day

Location: Seattle Children’s Hospital Campus, 4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

Cost: Free

Deadline: April 18, 2022

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We have had to postpone opening the PROJECT BIOTECH camp application from March 15th to April 1st. 

Camp #1 = Biotechnology Essentials and Beyond                                   July 11-15, 2022

Camp #2 = Biotechnology and Cancer: Causes, Cures, and Careers         Aug. 1-5, 2022

Shoreline Community College presents BioTech Summer Camps available to high schools students, in July and August 2022

July 11 – 15, 2022

Biotechnology Essentials & Beyond

Recommended for up-coming 9th & 10th graders but open to all high school (HS) students for basic biotechnology training

  • Micropipette
  • DNA purification & DNA sequencing
  • Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
  • Career panel and discussions with scientists
  • Use computers to analyze data for genetic testing

August 1 – 5, 2022

Biotechnology & Cancer: Causes, Cures and Careers

For High School students with biology or biotech lab experience

  • Genetic mutations which can result in cancer
  • Bioinformatics relevant to cancer diagnosis and treatment
  • Lab assays for DNA and protein analysis
  • Career panel and discussions with scientists

Providing high school students with hands-on science activities, face time with scientists, exposure to potential careers, and a glimpse of community college life can have a lasting, positive impact.

What does it cost?

  • $450 per student per camp
  • Registration includes daily snacks and Friday lunch
  • A limited number of financial need-based scholarships are available.
  • A reduced camp fee of $225 is available to the first 20 Seattle Public School District students accepted into a camp. (Fee applies to only one camp per student.)

How does one apply?

Online applications available on the Shoreline Community College website on April 1, 2022

Apply to Project Biotech

The camp program has been designed and will be taught by experienced educators from Shoreline Community College’s Biotechnology Program and scientists/educators from the Seattle biotechnology and research community.

For more camp information contact: Dr. Reitha Weeks at Dr. Dina Kovarik at

Shoreline Community College Project Biotech

Skilled & Technical Sciences


Interested in learning about architecture and design?
Join The Miller Hull Partnership for the 2022 Open Studio Internship: an introduction to
architecture and design for an under-resourced student who has completed 11th or 12th grade.
Learn about the architectural profession, connect with people in design and discover how
architecture shapes and engages our world.

Who: 11th – 12th-grade high school students

When: 4 weeks, beginning August 1, 2022, and ending on August 26, 2022

Where: Polson Building – 71 Columbia, 6th Floor Seattle WA, 98104

Compensation: $15 hourly rate

Deadline: June 30th, 2022

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LawYours is a free event dedicated to helping underrepresented Puget Sound-area high school students explore the field of law. This event takes place at Seattle University School of Law on Wednesday, August 10. Register by July 1, 2022

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Private Pilot Ground School (PPGS) is a unique course that provides the opportunity for rising 9th-12th grade students to explore the world of aviation while creating a base of aeronautical knowledge that pilots need to successfully pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) private pilot exam.

Dates: Monday, June 27, 2022 to Friday, July 15, 2022 (no class Monday, July 4)

Time: 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM; Monday – Friday

To earn the .5 high school elective credit, students cannot miss more than two days of class

Who: Rising high school students (grades 9 – 12)

Location: The Museum of Flight

Program fee: Free

The Aeronautical Science Pathway (ASP) program is designed for high school juniors and seniors who want to become professional pilots or work in one of many aviation operations management fields, such as unmanned aerial systems (drones), air traffic control, airport management, or airline dispatch. Six college-level courses will be embedded within each yearlong course, all which are core to earning an Associate and a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Aeronautical Science at Green River College.

Dates: Mondays to Thursday

Time: 3:45 to 6:00 PM (plus an additional 3.5 hours per week of online learning)

Who: Rising juniors and seniors (grades 11 and 12)

Location: The Museum of Flight

Program fee: Free

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The Lifeguard Training Team is a FREE summer program designed to train and certify Seattle’s youth in lifesaving skills. The eight-week program for youth ages 15-18 will train participants to be lifeguards and build other important job skills. Seattle Parks and Recreation provides training, books, uniforms, and basic materials at no charge. The Lifeguard Training Team includes a full American Red Cross lifeguard training course, and much more! Participants get the opportunity to test for certification at the end of the program.

Who: Youth ages 15 – 18

When: June 27th – August 18th, Monday – Thursday, 1 pm – 5 pm

Where: Mount Baker Beach, 2301 Lake Washington Blvd S, 98144
(Just south of the I-90 Bridge. Located near bus lines # 14 & 27)


Benefits: Certification and getting hired directly

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The mission of the Seattle Police Law Enforcement Exploring program is to bridge the gap between youth and police by educating and involving them in police operations and to interest them in Law Enforcement.

Who: Exploring is for young men and women 14 to 21 years of age with a grade point average of 2.5 or above

When: must attend 2 – 4 monthly meetings in succession.

Cost: Free

Deadline: N/A

Application: If you’re interested, please reach out to Officer Tre Smith,

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Are you a high school or college-aged kid looking to earn extra income and gain valuable experience this summer? LifePort is looking for dependable, motivated, and hard-working people to assist in our production areas. List of positions that are open below:

  • Cabinet builder trainee
  • Facilities / Maintenance Assistant
  • Production technician
  • Mechanical assembler
  • Inventory clerk
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Come Aboard. Spread Your Wings. Apply to the Port of Seattle High School Internships! Join us for a paid, eight-week hybrid internship program to explore careers at the Port of Seattle in aviation, maritime, governance, and green jobs while learning skills in Project Management, Public Speaking, Networking, and Leadership. Summer 2022

Who: High School students: Must be at least 16 years old, have US Work Authorization, and have Full Covid-19 vaccination

When: July 6th to August 26th

Where: Hybrid

Compensation: $17.56 per hour, up to 25 hours/week

Come to a virtual open house to learn more:
ENGLISH: Every Thursday in April | 5:30 – 6:15 p.m.
SPANISH: Every Wednesday in April | 6:00 – 6:45 p.m.
Find an upcoming Port of Seattle High School Internship session

Interested in exploring the business of energy production and distribution? City Light provides high school internships that allow you to get a paid, hands-on experience with the business of the utility.

Who: at least 16 years of age by the start of the internship with a 2.0 GPA and is a US Citizen or have a US-legal work permit

When: 8 Weeks, hours range from part-time to full-time

Where: City Lights, 700 5th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98104

Compensation: Unknown

Deadline: Unknown

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King County officially launched the Youth Council here at United Way of King County! If you recall, we ran the Youth Commission that identified 5 recommendations that would support the success of BIPOC Youth. At its conclusion in Feb 2022, we shared that those youth (Ruby, Tsion, McCoy, Noah, Paris, Hikma, and Devan) would build off these lessons to start the Youth Council, which will focus on living their findings in the report, but also (1) move $100,000 into youth identified issues in our region and (2) produce a BIPOC Youth Policy Agenda (a way to leverage the grantmaking and research to push for systemic changes).

Who: 10 Community Investment & Policy Managers, ages 16-25

When: commit 10-15 hours each month from March 28th – Dec 31 2022.

Compensation: Stipend of $5,000

Deadline: March 13th at 11:59 pm.

If you have any questions, please feel free to direct them to or ask the Youth Council on Instagram.

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Land an internship with King County International Airport-Boeing Field!

Who: We’re looking for high school, undergrad, and graduate students to join our 2022 Internship Program. Positions available:

CAD Design Intern (HS)

– Finance Intern (UG)

– Engineering Intern (UG)

– Airfield Operations Intern (UG)

– Engineering Intern (GS)

– Public Administration Intern (GS)

When: Please view the website

Compensation: Varies

Deadline: Applications are due March 27.

Get details and apply at (look for the “Internship Program” tab).

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The Seattle University AI4ALL is an experience for high school students interested in criminal law and artificial intelligence (AI). Students will learn about the intersection of modern technology and criminal justice issues throughout the two weeks, such as bias and equity. This program is project-focused and will include engagement with law enforcement and Seattle area tech companies.

Seattle University offers full, holistic, merit scholarships to students who need financial assistance to attend. Priority is given to students who are under-represented in higher education, including Black/African American, Hmong American, Latino/Hispanic, Indigenous/Native American, Nepalese American, and Pacific Islander descents. Please see the Scholarship page for more detail.

Who: high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors

When: July 18 – July 29, 2022

Where: Seattle University

Cost: $50 non refundable or

Deadline: April 15, 2022


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The Amazon Career Launch206 Externship is a paid-for-credit, in-person and virtual hybrid externship program. In-person sessions will be on the Seattle Public Schools Campus and students will have the opportunity to visit an Amazon campus. The program is aimed at inspiring High School students to pursue technology careers of the future, prioritizing underserved and underrepresented communities. We have 70 spaces available for rising and juniors and seniors. Students will have the opportunity to earn 0.5 High School CTE credit and a $500 stipend.

Who: Rising 11th & 12th grade students

When: July 11th – July 22nd from 10 am – 4 pm.

Where: Hybrid (In-person located SPS campus)

Compensation: $500

Credit: 0.5 CTE credit

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Private Pilot Ground School (PPGS) is a unique course that provides the opportunity for rising 9th – 12th-grade students to explore the world of aviation while creating a base of aeronautical knowledge that pilots need to successfully pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) private pilot exam.

Who: 9th – 12th-grade students

When: Monday, June 27th, 2022 – Friday, July 15th, 2022 (No class Monday, July 4) from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Benefit: earn 0.5 high school elective credit, student cannot miss more than two days of class


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In partnership with Seattle Colleges and the Seattle Public Schools District, T-Mobile is excited to offer Seattle high school students a paid, fast-track training Full Stack Web Developer program for current high school juniors in Seattle Public Schools. It is forecasted that there are 1.4 million unfilled jobs for Full Stack Web Developers in the USA, with an average starting salary of around $58,000 in our region.

▪ Must be a High School Junior
▪ Must turn 17 by June 30th, 2022
▪ 2-year commitment

When: Class starts fall of 2022

Pay: $20 per hour

Deadline: May 6th @ 5 PM

Your Future is Magenta

▪ Certificate Program with a paid summer opportunity
▪ Receive college credit while in High School
▪ Learn from Industry Professionals
▪ Networking opportunities for career guidance
▪ Opportunities for future employment with the T-Mobile

Here is the website explaining the full program

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Find inspiration, plan for college, and empower your future with Microsoft’s High School Discovery Program. Get hands-on learning as you explore technology opportunities at Microsoft that make a difference in people’s lives around the world.

Who: In order to be eligible, students must:

  • Graduate high school in the spring and begin a Bachelor’s degree program in the fall
  • Be over 16 years of age
  • Live within 50 miles of Redmond, WA at the time of application
  • Have demonstrated interest in STEM through participation in:
  • Computing for All
  • College Success Foundations
  • Washington MESA
  • Rainier Scholars, or
  • Technology Access Foundation

When: July 11-August 5, 2022

Where: Microsoft, Redmond

Compensation: $18 per hour

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ISBs are currently offering 3 opportunities for high school students. These opportunities will be a mix of in-person and virtual experiences, depending on COVID-19 restrictions. They begin as soon as this winter and extend potentially throughout the 2022-2023 academic year.

The application for all of these opportunities is the same. This means your one, a complete application will make you eligible for all of the opportunities that you state you are interested in. Details on the programs are below. Please read all information available before contacting our staff with questions.

Interns will receive a stipend of $4,700, split into 3 payments across the summer, that will cover the entire 7-week experience

  • Systems Thinkers in STEM Ambassadorship (STiSA)
  • 7-Week Summer Internship for Rising Seniors
  • Environmental Systems in the Outdoors Research Experience

Who: 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade students (each program’s eligibility requirements are different. Please read carefully)

When: 7-week program (Time frame varies by each program)

Compensation: $4,700 stipend

Deadline: March 16, 2022, at 4 p.m. PT

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Boeing invites students from select Boeing-partnered high schools and community/technical colleges in Washington state to take part in manufacturing student development programs. Since 2015, more than 250 students have participated in a Boeing manufacturing student development program.

These programs provide students with:

  • Hands-on Training
  • Mock Interviews
  • Career Development Tools & Coaching

Aligned Boeing job roles:

  • Mechanical Assembly
  • Electrical Assembly
  • Seal

Internship Details:

  • Virtual for 2021 (Usually Onsite), July-August; 4 Weeks
  • PAID
  • Participants: 25

For more information, contact the Boeing Workforce Development Team at

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Boeing invites students from select Boeing-partnered high schools and community/technical colleges in Washington state to take part in manufacturing student development programs. Since 2015, more than 250 students have participated in a Boeing manufacturing student development program.

These programs provide students with:

  • Job Shadowing
  • Hands-on Training
  • Career Development Tools & Coaching

Aligned Boeing job roles:

  • Mechatronics, HVAC, Electrician, Machine Maintenance, Electronics Technician
  • Mechanical Assembly; Electrical Assembly; Seal

Internship details:

  • Onsite (All Puget Sound Locations)
  • June-August; 8 Weeks
  • PAID
  • Participants: 17

For more information, contact the Boeing Workforce Development Team at

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Boeing invites students from select Boeing-partnered high schools and community/technical colleges in Washington state to take part in manufacturing student development programs. Since 2015, more than 250 students have participated in a Boeing manufacturing student development program.

These programs provide students with:

  • Hands-on Training
  • Job Shadowing
  • Career Development Coaching
  • A Significant Head Start in pursuing their next step!

Internship details:

  • Virtual April- May; 7 Weeks
  • Participants: 11

For more information, contact the Boeing Workforce Development Team at

Deadline: Feb 28, 2022

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There is a 2-week summer immersion program (SIP) as well as a self-paced program. Both are 100% free with options to join between June 17 – August 12 and empower high school students who identify as girls or non-binary to make a difference in the world with technology.

Both programs offer incredible college and career benefits that support you for life!

1. Summer Immersion Program (SIP)

The 2-week Summer Immersion Program (SIP) welcomes current 9th-11th graders to join live virtual classrooms. You’ll make lifelong friendships as you learn web design, creating real-world projects in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

You’ll even get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at industry-leading companies like EA, Pfizer, and ViacomCBS.

Plus, all SIP students can access need-based grants up to $500 for completing the program!

2. Self-Paced Program

A Self-Paced Program is an alternative option that gives current 9th-12th graders the flexibility to earn beginner-level badges in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript or an intermediate-level badge in Python for cybersecurity through independent study.

Work-based Learning Opportunities

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July 30th, Celebrate an exciting moment of innovation in space exploration by joining PacSci for a sneak peek at the first images from the powerful James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)! Using advances in technology and engineering, JWST will allow us a look into the history of our universe going further back than any mission before. Our program will be joined by NASA Solar System Ambassador, Charlotte Kiang, and Space Systems Engineer, Dan Abramov. Together, these two experts from the world of aerospace engineering will discuss thrilling details on the science behind JWST and the mysteries researchers are hoping to solve about our solar system and beyond.

Space enthusiasts of all ages are welcome to join this event, however due to the presentation style this event is best suited for families with children ages 11 and up and adult audiences.

This event is FREE to guests with the price of general admission to PacSci. Due to limited seating tickets are required. Tickets can be reserved online or in-person at one of our entrance gates or visitor services desk.

Who: All ages

Where: Pacific Science Center

When: July 30th from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Fee: Free

Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects _ Seattle Maritime Academy

When: August 9th from 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Where: Seattle Maritime Academy, 4455 Shilshole Avenue

Long before Seattle was a tech town, it was a maritime town. In fact, it still is.
In a city powered by tech companies, is there still a demand for maritime workers? Absolutely! In fact, Seattle’s maritime industry is currently experiencing a serious shortage of qualified mariners.

That’s where Seattle Maritime Academy comes in. Our year-long, US Coast Guard-approved training programs prepare men and women from all walks of life for successful careers in the maritime workforce. Upon completion, students will earn a rating of either Able Bodied Seaman (AB) or Qualified Member of the Engineering Department (QMED). These are the entry-level credentials needed to work on vessels ranging from tugboats to tankers, ferries to fishing boats.

  • This free 90-minute event will include:
  • an overview of the maritime industry
  • how a vessel’s workforce is organized, by department and rank
  • information about Seattle Maritime Academy’s two Marine Technology certificate programs
  • a tour of our waterfront campus
  • how to apply to Seattle Maritime Academy
  • how to obtain industry-required credentials
  • Question & Answer Session

For more info.

For more information about Marine Deck Technology, visit:

For more information about Marine Engineering Technology, visit:

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LawYours is a free event dedicated to helping underrepresented Puget Sound-area high school students explore the field of law. This event takes place at Seattle University School of Law on Wednesday, August 10. Register by July 1, 2022

CHAPTER 18 | GRAPHIC STANDARDS – ACE Mentor Program Tools!

This year, 165 students and 170 mentors completed ACE! We are thrilled to gather in-person to hear
the students present their case study projects. Students, mentors, families, teachers, and other ACE
supporters are invited to see tomorrow’s creative industry leaders in action. Masks are
optional and no current COVID restrictions are in place. Refreshments will be served after the event.

Who: High School students, Parents, Staff, and other ACE Supporters

When: May 24th, 2022

Where: Hybrid – PCS Structural Solutions, 1250 Pacific Avenue, Seventh Floor, Tacoma, WA

*Contact ACE for the Zoom link below

Seattle JazzED’s annual College Summit and Audition Workshop is the premiere one-day event for high school students wanting to discover musical opportunities in college. Student musicians from across the country will hear from JazzED alum about their experiences, prepare for auditions, learn from college representatives, and ask the questions that matter most to them.

Students will see a 15-minute presentation from each college, university, and community college and may come and go throughout the day. Parents and guardians are welcome to attend any, or all, of this event.

Who: 9th – 12th-grade students

When: Sunday, May 15th, 2022 from 10am – 2:30 pm pst

Where: Zoom

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Seattle Fire is looking for Candidates!
Community partner – The King County Fire Chiefs Association is excited to announce its second semi-annual Diversity and Recruitment Workshop. Fire departments across the county are seeking qualified candidates with diverse backgrounds who may be interested in becoming firefighters but are unsure of how the hiring process works. In this workshop, to be held on April 9 in Seattle, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the benefits of a fire service career as well as how to navigate the complex hiring process. They will also have a chance to meet with mentors in the field.  

View information about the King County Fire Chiefs Association workshop and register

Who: at least 16 years of age and is geared towards recruiting members of the BIPOC community, women, LGBTQIA+, bilingual adults, or those with no prior fire service experience.

When: TBD

Where: Renton, WA

Deadline: April 4, 2022

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100% tuition and books at a community or technical college for the length of the program

  • (students interested in a 4-year program should apply for the Pathway Scholarship)
  • *2-years maximum

Who is eligible? BIPOC Students. Open to any graduating high school senior (GED accepted)
who identifies as Black, Indigenous, or as a Person of Color and:

• Plans to attend an accredited and approved community or technical
college within the United States
• Plans to study Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or Safety
• Shows leadership potential
• Demonstrates a dedication to community service
• Presents evidence of the demonstrated financial need
• Is a United States citizen
• Does not already possess a degree from a 2 or 4–year college when applying
for the scholarship.

Historically, the BIPOC community has been under-represented in the construction industry.
The Absher Diversity Scholarship aims to encourage students of minority communities to
pursue careers in construction and offers an alternative path to entering the industry.

Diversity Scholarship Includes Opportunities for:
• Mentorship
• Internship
• Additional assistance with other barriers as needed

How to find out more:
• Contact Deana Parker, Director of Human Resources at: Absher Construction Co.
• Call directly at 253-446-3431
• Send an email at
• Reach out to your school guidance counselor

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A one time $2,000 scholarship to a 4-year college

Who is eligible? Any graduating high school senior (GED accepted) who:
• Plans to attend an accredited and approved 4-year
institution within the United States
• Plans to study Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering, or Safety
• Shows leadership potential
• Demonstrates a dedication to community service
• Presents evidence of demonstrated financial need
• Is a United States citizen
• Does not already possess a degree from a 2 or 4–year college when applying for the scholarship.

How to find out more:
• Contact Deana Parker, Director of Human Resources at: Absher Construction Co.
• Call directly at 253-446-3431
• Send an email at
• Reach out to your school guidance counselor

The Seattle Music Commission, Office of Economic Development, and Office of Arts & Culture have a fantastic opportunity for emerging musicians and creatives coming up next Saturday, March 26, 2-4:30pm at KEXP and online.


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Register for this KEXP event

Calling all emerging creatives! Join us at KEXP’s Gathering Space (or online) on Saturday, March 26 from 2-4:30 pm, to kick off The Roadshow Series with an overview of music industry fundamentals, speed mentorship, takeaway materials, and live music.

Get essential tips on how to build a solid foundation in music from speakers Miss Casey Carter, Mikey McClarron, Andrew Joslyn and Seven Sky Spillios. Network with industry pros, including mentors Jovino Santos Neto, Mira Kraft, Shaina Foley, and TraeAnna Holiday. And enjoy a live performance and Q&A with singer/songwriter Gavon Leo.

Register for this free, hybrid event


Thanks for supporting young folx getting plugged into our local music scene!

Alex Rose (she/her) 
Creative Economy Advocate | Seattle Office of Arts & Culture 
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April 2nd, TEAMS, all students are invited

10am to 12

Eventbright Registration (coming soon)

Contact: Katie Searle, for more information

Credited to Edward Rho – Career Center Specialist