is a service learning leadership program for high school students to train for jobs in science, engineering and art related fields.
Shore Corps is a leadership program for local high school students ages 15-19. The paid internships are limited to (10)positions per cycle (Spring, Fall, Summer) and are designed to give high school students a greater level of choice, responsibility and challenge. Summer intern hours are 9-4 PM Monday, Wednesday and Friday July 8th to August 9th.
The program is focused on the principles of environmental justice and community development and serves as a platform for teens to cultivate a road map for their high school and post-high school journey, demonstrate leadership skills and inspire young people through science, engineering and art.
As part of the program students assist RWA educators as mentors to younger students in the Aqua 101 Summer program by helping with recreational activities such as surfing, kayaking, biking and surfing, chaperoning field trips to museums, innovative outdoor parks and public spaces and meeting influential professionals who have shaped the City of New York through planning, design and innovation.
All registration applications (download below) must be submitted by June 1st. Interviews for the summer cycle will be conducted the first week of June.
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As a champion for arts and science education, Keneisha brings to us a successful track record that ranges from her experience at the Brooklyn Museum to specialized hands-on learning. She has been a lead educator for RWA for over three years in environmental arts and urban gardening. Hear more about Keneisha's story.
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