HKP SUMMER INTERNSHIP: UNPAID INTERNSHIP: GRAPHIC DESIGN & TECH
APOLLO THEATER SUMMER INTERNSHIP: DUE MAY 9TH
SYEP: SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM: DUE APRIL 30TH
MOMA SUMMER INTERNSHIPS: DUE MAY 7TH
MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
NY HISTORICAL SOCIETY SUMMER INTERNSHIP: DUE MAY 9TH
2021 BAM SUMMER MENTORSHIP: BIPOC STUDENTS DUE MAY 8TH
WHITNEY YOUTH INSIGHTS SUMMER INTERNSHIPS: DUE MAY 7TH
JIGSAW PRODUCTIONS INTERNSHIP: DUE MAY 31ST
NOGUCHI ART MAKING PROGRAM: DUE MAY 13TH
CTE SCHOLARS PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP: DUE MAY 31ST
The High School of Art and Design has the largest and most successful Career and Technical Education (CTE) High School internship program in the city! We placed over 200 students at more than 100 worksites over the past year and counting.
BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS
Use skills learned in your art major outside the classroom, get paid and earn school credit, make important connections for after graduation.
BENEFITS FOR OUR SCHOOL
We connect with our community and continue to build positive relationships with companies around the city for future students and graduates. Our internship program also allows our school to be CTE state certified.
BENEFITS FOR EMPLOYERS
Partner with our school for further promotion, as well as being a positive role model while having a valuable, skilled intern work with you. Our students are career and college ready with their academic and technical skill sets for any creative discipline or task. You can trust that our students will be a valuable member of your team participating at the college level. Looking for a particular skill set to address your worksite needs? We have a multidisciplinary approach to our school that includes the following majors: Animation, Architecture, Cartooning, Fashion, Film & Video, Graphic Design, Illustration and Photography. Our talented students are highly trained to perform in a professional setting in the creative industries.
WORK BASED LEARNING
Work-based learning (WBL) is a progressive, multi-year sequence of instructional activities, within a real-world, work-related context, that allows students to build a bridge from adolescence roles in the classroom to adult roles in professional settings.
WORK BASED LEARNING ACTIVITIES
While WBL activities can occur in any grade - at any school, it is a core strategy in Career and Technical Education (CTE). Below are examples of different types of activities that prepare your students to fully participate in work settings:
• Career Focused Field Trips (Workplace Tour)
• Guest Speaker
• Career Fair
• Job Shadowing
• Research Project (with industry interaction and support)
• Interactive Project (with multiple interactions with professionals)
• Student-Run Enterprise (with industry Involvement)
• Service Learning (Community Service)
• Non-Compensated Work Experience / Internship
• Compensated Internship Connected to Curriculum (for credit or money)
WORK SKILLS EMPLOYABILITY PROFILE
The employability profile demonstrates evidence of the student's attainment of each of the commencement level CDOS standards, technical knowledge and work-related skills, work experiences, performance on industry-based assessments and work-related and academic achievements. Below are examples of the different types of work skills your students will need based on industry standards:
WORK READINESS SKILLS
• Workplace Appearance
• Quality of Work
• Knowledge of Workplace
• Response to Supervision
• Communication Skills
• Solves Problems and Makes Decisions
• Observes Critically
• Takes Responsibility for Learning
• Reads with Understanding
What to expect: Once you complete the online application, if you are approved Mr. Landegger will call you to the internship office to discuss how to reach out to our host sites for the interview process. They will also give you the additional required paperwork at that time.
In the meantime: please make sure you have your working papers, your social security card and your school ID. Please see Ms. Hart or Ms. Johnson in Room 607 to start the process immediately.
PROOF OF EMPLOYMENT
After the interview process, if you are accepted as an intern you will need to conduct a proof of employment, which means you will show our main internship office your social security card, working papers and school ID. We will also have you fill out an I9 page 7 form. You may do this via Google Meets or Zoom from our office in 1001A, or you may need to go to the office in person (we will give you directions if this is the case).
AVAILABILITY FOR CONCERNS OR QUESTIONS
Mr. Landegger: Room 1001A 1st, 2nd and 6th periods.