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Are you currently in foster care or an alumnus or alumna of care? Do you need help paying for college or career school?
Want to get involved in government? Intern in the executive branch! Applications to intern at the White House are accepted every fall, winter, spring, and summer.
Are you interested in education policy? Do you want to improve your writing, research, communication, and time-management skills, all while making friends and exploring the nation’s capital?
Get into international policy through the Department of State. Find out what paid and unpaid internship opportunities are available as well as fellowships!
The Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) is open to all qualified candidates who want hands-on work experience with transportation-related topics and issues.
If you are a recent graduate and do not have much experience in the workforce, you can find opportunities here! Internships are available for recent high school, college and graduate students.
Tribal youth can use this site to find scholarships for college.
The members of the American Red Cross National Youth Council represent the youth volunteers of the American Red Cross.
Learn about internships and other career development opportunities in the Federal government for current students and recent graduates.
Pura Vida is a youth program at Grand Teton National Park that engages youth in the National Park Service's mission of protecting the natural and cultural resources in our national parks.
Learn more about volunteer and employment opportunities for youth with the National Park Service that are designed to connect young people with their natural and cultural heritage.
Learn more about career opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students with the Student Conservation Association's National Park Service Academy!
Check out the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) page to learn more about environmental service-learning and community service opportunities.
Do you want to be a forester, a firefighter, or a biologist? The Forest Service has plenty of opportunities for you.
Use Volunteer.gov’s Volunteer Portal to find volunteer opportunities in your community and across the country.
4-H is encouraging young people to give a voice to the dedication and commitment they’ve shown in addressing challenges in their communities and creating lasting, positive change.
Mentoring can help young people stay in school, get better grades, avoid using drugs, and improve their communication skills.
We all need positive influences in our lives to help us make the right choices. Big Brothers Big Sisters is an organization that connects youth with caring mentors.
You’d be amazed at how many projects have started all around the world to create change. Check out this map of people who participated in Global Youth Service Day and join in.
A wide variety of scholarships are available for talented African American students. Don’t skip the opportunity.
Increase the chances of receiving money for your education by applying for the right scholarships.
Can you picture a world where we can all coexist peacefully? How would this look? What would it take?
American Indian and Alaska Native youth, ages 13-21: Do you have a great idea for an event or project that could have a positive impact on your community?
Sign up to be an EcoLeader and connect with an online community of peers who create and lead sustainability projects and campaigns nationwide.
Our public lands are special places that provide us with recreation, education, and relaxation.
Join the ranks of almost 1 million AmeriCorps members who have served to improve communities across the country.