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Internship Programs

AmeriCorps and Vista Opportunities at Solid Ground
AmeriCorps and VISTA members receive a monthly living allowance, training opportunities, and an educational award to help finance college education or vocational training, or to pay back student loans.
Teens In Public Service
Teens In Public Service (TIPS) is a non-profit organization that offers youth, ages 15-19, rewarding and life changing work in the form of paid community service internships.
Woodland Park Zoo - Zoo Corps for Teens
Zoo Corps recruits interested teens from diverse backgrounds to help the zoo provide conservation education for all ages, especially young children.
 
Highlights

Youth Venture Youth Venture
Youth Venture inspires and invests in teams of young people aged 12-20 to start social Ventures, and is building a powerful global network of young changemakers.
Find out more.
Contact Youth Venture.

Outdoor Opportunities O2 - Outdoor Opportunities
Overnight excursions, environmental service learning projects, and weekly workshops every month.

Student Assistant at Library Volunteer at the Library
The Seattle Public Library offers volunteer projects each year for high school students who are at least 14 years old.

Explorer Program Seattle Police Explorer Program for Teens
Education and involvement program for young people age 14 to 21 -- learn how the Police Department works and apply what you learn in community service.