Externships are designed to equip teachers with experience and a social network of fellow educators that address real-world project and problem-based tasks that guide learning experiences for students as they enter into a rapidly changing world.
February 2021 Externships
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This year, we are thrilled to offer two exciting externship opportunities over the February break. Each opportunity will take place from February 16-19, 10 am-3 pm.
1. Lifesciences - Join Schrodinger, Novartis, and Eli Lily in following the drug development cycle with a special focus on the development of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. Externs will get a crash course in the content surrounding the processes each company participates in. They'll also have an opportunity to participate in a career panel focused on how BPS students can work in the Life Sciences industry and what's available to them.
2. Cybersecurity - Rapid7, Dell, and the Federal Reserve are excited to team up and share with externs all things cybersecurity. They will cover both what cybersecurity is exactly and how students can begin a career in the field. They'll cover things like digital citizenship and how each of their organizations deals with cybersecurity in a unique way. Cybersecurity externs will also have the opportunity to participate in a career panel.
Autodesk Make It Real 2021
Teach Your Students to Make a Difference through DesignJoin us in celebration of Career and Technical Education Month through these fun design challenges that will empower students to make a difference through design. Register for these upcoming webinars to learn more:https://autodesk.zoom.
The LEAH Project Internship Applications
The LEAH Project's applications open January 26th, and close February 26th. Internships take place between July 6th-August 6th for up to 25 hours a week. Youth can earn up to $1650.00 in each of these internship programs. Black, Indigenous, and People of color (BIPOC) youth are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applications for both opportunities are found here: https://form.
- The LEAH Knox Scholars – Biomedical Research Internship is run in partnership with Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT). It is a virtual five-week paid summer research experience designed to give rising high school juniors and seniors the skills needed for biomedical research, while also providing them with college and career readiness support. Youth will work with scientists from MIT and have the opportunity to network with scientists in biomedical research. For more information on the biomedical research internship, please reach out to Brandon Morgan at email@example.com
- The LEAH Project – STEM Internship is a virtual five-week paid internship for rising high school sophomores and juniors to receive college and career readiness support and participate in interactive workshops focused on technology. Youth will gain public speaking and communication skills while making new friends from throughout Boston. For more information on the STEM internship, please reach out to Candyce Baxter at firstname.lastname@example.org.