Watertown Community Foundation Seeks Paid High School Interns

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Watertown Community Foundation

The Watertown Community Foundation will pay high school students to have summer internships, and the deadline is coming soon!

The Watertown Community Foundation sent out the following information:

Wanted: High School Students for Paid Summer Internships!

The Watertown Community Foundation (WCF) is providing four high school students who live in Watertown with the opportunity to have a paid summer internship with a local organization or company of their choice. This should help open doors for students to pursue opportunities with a variety of businesses, organizations, or agencies. It is a great way for high school kids to explore a career field of interest.

Gain work experience, explore a potential career field, build your resume, network, make money, and have fun!

What is the commitment?
A minimum of 20 hours per week for 6 weeks (more is okay).

How much money will you make?
You will be paid $1,000 at the end of your internship by the Watertown Community Foundation.

How to apply?
Contact Adrienne Eaton at adrienne.eaton@watertown.k12.ma.us or call 617-926-7759 or pick-up an application in the Watertown High School Guidance Office. You must be a Watertown resident, but you do not need to be a student at Watertown High School.

Deadline: June 3, 2015

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