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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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