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Bank of America - CLOSED


Employer/Position Overview: High School Financial Center Interns are located in the financial center (bank branches) and are responsible for assisting and educating customers on self-service banking options (for example, mobile, online, ATM) and building and deepening customer relationships. 
Schools Eligible: Non-Exam schools
Grades Eligible: 12th, students must be 18 or within 6 months of 18th birthday
Wage: $15/hour
Hours/week: 30
Schedule: Monday-Friday
Important Dates:
May 14: Application due May 25: Students selected July 2nd: First day of work August 10th: Last day of work
TO APPLY: Send an email to your career specialist with the following information: 1) Your grade 2) Your age 3) Your resume 

Mass Eye and Ear Hospital - CLOSED

The Mass Eye and Ear summer internship is a six week program from July 9-August 17th. Students will have an orientation prior to their start date (date TBA). Students will work a 32 hour work week (schedule will vary depending on department) and the pay rate is $11 per hour. Students must be 16 years or older to work at Mass Eye and Ear.

Youth Summer Internship Job Details

Dates: July 9 – August 17, 2018 (six weeks) Wage: $ 11 Hours per week: 32 hours
Work Site Addresses: 243 Charles St, Boston MA; (short walk from Charles/MGH Red line stop) for Info Services student: 325 Cambridge St, Boston MA (across from Charles/MGH Red line stop)
Must be at least 16 by July 1. Anyone under 18 needs a work permit and a signed parental consent form (attached)
Application Instructions: 1) Email your resume to your Career Specialist! 2) Include WHAT SPECIFIC JOB you are applying for. 

Job Descriptions 2018
Patient Accounts (Pat Acct)-Data entry, help with correspondence, filing, answering patient calls (2 Intern…

Boston PIC Summer Jobs

Looking to work at a YMCA, Boys & Girls Club, or a community center in your neighborhood? Want to work with kids as a camp counselor or help in an office?

Apply for the PIC Summer Jobs Program. SPACE IS LIMITED. 

If you are interested in applying, see your Career Specialist ASAP to get a packet. 


The LEAH (Leaders through Education, Action and Hope) Project is a paid summer internship program that trains and supports high school students, called LEAH Mentors, to teach STEM lessons to elementary school students at out-of-school time (OST) summer camp programs. Itis a seven-week summer internship experience designed to give Boston high school students exposure to STEM studies, introduction to computer coding, college and job readiness skills, and near-peer leadership opportunities. Applications can be found here: deadline has been extended to May 4th!

Who Are LEAH Mentors: ·Boston Public School (BPS) high school students (priority given to rising sophomores & juniors) ·Students of color (Black/African American, Latino, Asian American, Native American, Multi-Racial, etc.) and low-income students are encouraged to apply
What Do LEAH Mentors Do: ·Teach STEM curricula to children (ages 5-10) at summer camps throughout Boston thr…

New England Baptist Hospital - CLOSED

New England Baptist Hospital. The Meredith Cameron Youth Opportunity Internship Program

Paid summer internship that runs 6-10 weeks for high-school and college students. This year, the program will accept up to 16 applications for 7-8 internship positions. 2 of these application spaces will be specifically for a Tech Apprentice students.   
Applications must be submitted by Wednesday May 9th to Career Specialists
A. Program Details 1. The program is 9 weeks for high school students (7/2-8/31) and 10 weeks for college students (6/25-8/31) 2. High school students will be paid $12 per hour; college students will be paid $13 4. Students must be City of Boston Residents but preferably live in the Roxbury, South End, Mission Hill, and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods* 5. Students must be at least 16 years of age or a college freshman or sophomore 6. Students must be able to work a minimum of 20 hours per week for the duration of the program
**NEBH has a tobacco free policy requiring all individua…

Suffolk County Sheriff's Department Summer Enrichment Program - CLOSED

Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) ·Summer Enrichment Program provides young people with the opportunity to begin an internship with one of the oldest law enforcement agencies in the country, and one of the largest in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts while working alongside established career professionals in the world of law enforcement. ·Participants will gain insight into the world of law enforcement through job shadowing, weekly presentations by members of law enforcement, roundtable discussions, law enforcement-related field trips, and educational tours.

Quick Facts: ·Dates: 7 weeks (Monday July 9 – Friday August 24) ·Hours: 8:00am - 4:00pm o3 days/week – Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays (21 hours/wk) ·Wage: $11.00/hour ·Work on a team for the Sheriff at either the Suffolk County Jail, House of Corrections, or Chelsea Training Facility & Civil Process ·Weekly meetings on Wednesdays with top officers from the law enforcement community ·Weekly tour or…

Real Estate Jobs

If you are interested in real estate,office work,  OR maintenance work, apply for these jobs!

Office Work Includes:
- Filing, faxing, scanning, organizing documents
- Answering phone calls
- Sending emails
- Assisting co-workers with daily tasks
- Taking notes at meetings

Maintenance Work Includes:
- Light carpentry and painting
- Vacuuming pools
- Cleaning grills
- Lightbulb replacement
- Miscellaneous duties as assigned by Facilities Director

1) Email your Career Specialist with the following information Your name, grade, and AGEIf you are interested in maintenance work, office work, or bothInclude any specific companies from the below list that you are interested in2) Complete the online application that your Career Specialist will EMAIL you

Here are some current openings:
Employer Employer Overview Type of Job Skills/Qualities  Avalon Bay Avalon Bay manages over 40 properties in Massachusetts. Part-time jobs could lead to full-time career ladder positions with advancement …

Technology Jobs

Interested in technology? Do you have any of the following skills?

- Software coding
- Web development 

- Graphic design
- Social media
- Computer support (repairing, configuring, installing computers)

- Robotics

- Microsoft Excel 

- Video creation and editing 

- Database software

PIC has new jobs coming out in tech everyday!

1) Email your Career Specialist with the following information Your name, grade, and AGEWhat tech skills from the above list you have2) Complete the online application that your Career Specialist will EMAIL you

BCBSMA - Status Open ($11/hr)

Grade: Junior & Seniors  Day/Hour: 4 days (M-Thursday), 30 hours per week
Application due: 5/10/18 Interviews conducted: Interview will be conducted at the PIC Oliver St. Office on Thursday May 17, starting at 3:30 p.m.  
First Day: 7/9/2018

Branching Out - CLOSED

Two positions: FIELD TEAM MEMBER (10 spots available) AGE: 15-18  DESCRIPTION: Introductory field experience engaging young people in landscape stewardship. Activities are hands-on, outside, and can include gardening, trail maintenance, constructing walkways and pathways, and tree climbing. Students work at a variety of parks. Participation could lead to leadership/internship opportunities – could return as Crew Leader WAGE: $11 for field team (7:30-3 M-Th)
CREW LEADER (2 spots available) AGE: 18-24 DESCRIPTION: Crew Leaders are responsible for supervising the high school students –PD & training provided, looking for people ready to learn, outgoing, able to motivate others, facilitation and public speaking skills are ideal. WAGE: $15 for Crew Leader (7:30-4 M-F half day)
PROGRAM DATES: July 2 – Aug. 23, 2018 (8 weeks)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, April 20 TO APPLY: Complete online Branching Out application and upload resume directly to their website…

Harvard University - CLOSED

Employer Overview: Students have an opportunity to work in a range of departments within the University including, the Department of Biology, Christen Center for Teaching and Learning, Research and Computing, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Public Affairs and Communications, and Development and Alumni Relations. Job descriptions are located HERE.

Schools Eligible: Non-Exam School students

Grades Eligible: All grades

Wage: $11/hour

Hours/week: 20-35, depending on department

Schedule: Vary depending on department, noted in master spreadsheet

Important Dates: April 20th- Application Deadline April 23rd- May 4th- Interviews July 9th- First Day August 17th- Last day

Requirements: In order to apply, students must: 1) Submit their resumes to their career specialists.