Career Resources

Jobs & Internships

Second Day Fellowship  

Launch a career in social impact by getting matched to a paid internship at a nonprofit or social enterprise! Impact Fellows also have access to professional development, mentorship, and individual career coaching to ensure they have everything they need to thrive. Most internships will be virtual. To start your Impact Fellowship application, create a free profile on Second Day’s hiring platform. As new internships become available, you’ll be able to apply for individual roles throughout the year. Summer positions will be posted in April.

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Opportunity for:  High school graduates

Deadline: Rolling

Summer Entrepreneurship Program

Develop your entrepreneurial skillset and mindset this summer at Suffolk University. Join us at our campus in downtown Boston for an invaluable summer experience where you’ll explore the world of entrepreneurship—and discover what college is all about. Developed for rising high school seniors, this free program will teach you how entrepreneurs launch new ventures and create value for existing organizations of all sizes. This immersive in-person, 3-week program provides hands-on experience in class, through team projects, and across visits with Boston’s top entrepreneurial organizations. You’ll meet real-world business-execs and successful entrepreneurs who will share their experiences and perspectives with you. And this experience will culminate in an exciting event where you’ll present your own new concept. Lunch will be provided daily, and students will receive a local subway/bus pass to cover your commute to and from campus and field trips.

Learn More here

Opportunity for:  High school students

Deadline: April 14th

Free Coding Summer Program

Intro to G{Code} is a free virtual program designed to give black, brown, and/or indigenous young women or non-binary people of color between the ages of 18 to 25 first exposure to coding to uncover interest and aptitude in tech in a supportive, inclusive, and safe environment. Over the span of ~12 weeks, cohorts will learn to build websites, gain career insights from tech professionals, obtain mentors, develop personally and professionally, and determine if a journey in the tech industry is a good fit. Graduates of the program are supported and encouraged to participate in further learning through apprenticeships, internships, bootcamps, and more. Applicants must have a high school diploma or completed a GED. 

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Opportunity for:  High school graduates,18-25 years old

Deadline: April 28th 8am EST

BLAISE Summer Internship 2023

Do you want to spend your summer learning about making a difference in the world through sustainability and impact investing AND get paid? Croatan Institute, under its REEFS program, is launching the BIPOC Leaders Advancing an Inclusive and Sustainable Economy (BLAISE) internship pilot which seeks to provide remote internship opportunities in the sustainable, responsible, and impact (SRI) industry to undergraduate students identifying as Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC). Positions available: Business Development Intern, Communications and Marketing Intern, Operations and Technology Intern, Mercy Socially Responsible Investing Intern, Connect Humanity Investment Team Intern. 

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Opportunity for:  Undergraduate Students

Deadline: Rolling

The Morgan Library and Museum- Summer Internship 2023

The internship program will provide an introduction to the variety of career opportunities available in museums and special collection libraries. Each intern will be assigned to a department relevant to their interest and work with departmental staff on timely topics in that area. For summer 2023, internships are available in the following areas: Communications and Marketing, Development, Imaging and Rights, Exhibition and Collection Management. Summer internships are onsite at the Morgan in New York City. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through May 12, 2023.

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Opportunity for:  Undergraduate or graduate students

Deadline: May 12th 2023

Critical Juncture Filmmaking Proram – 2023

QWOCMAP has launched our new program to support LBTQIA+ filmmakers of color in the early stages of their career! In 2023, Critical Juncture will resource and support LBTQIA+ Black/ African descent filmmakers living, working, learning, or creating in San Francisco. It aims to shift narratives of San Francisco’s diverse Black communities. The year-long program includes:

  • Cash grants ranging from $1,000-$5,000
  • Production packages (camera, microphone, etc)
  • Post production packages (laptops, software, etc)
  • Mentorship
  • Advanced training workshops
  • Facilitated peer to peer learning sessions

Learn More here

Opportunity for:  BUILDers in San Francisco

Deadline: April 30th 2023

Student Life Coordinator – Spring/Summer 2023

We are hiring multiple Student Life Coordinators for several of the EF Gap Year programs occurring in Spring and Summer 2023. While this role is based out of our Cambridge, Massachusetts (Boston) headquarters, this is your chance to live and work throughout Europe or Central America.

  • 4-Week Sustainable Development in Costa Rica (Two dates: April 19-May 17, 2023; July 5-August 2, 2023)
  • 4-Week European Discovery (Two dates: April 19-May 17, 2023; July 5-August 2, 2023)
  • Global Business in London (July 5-August 2, 2023)
  • 4-Week Spanish Language and Culture in Spain (April 19-May 17, 2023

The Student Life Coordinator’s primary role is to support and empower program participants to be successful, engaged, and safe throughout the duration of their EF Gap Year experience. The overarching goal of the Student Life Coordinator is to foster positive group dynamics, while ensuring each individual student feels a sense of belonging within the group and that students are adapting to the program successfully.

Bachelor’s degree and valid passport required.

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Opportunity for:  College graduates

Deadline: Rolling

Become a Counselor/Teaching Assistant – Summer 2023

This summer, be part of a transformative experience for students from low-income and historically marginalized communities with exceptional potential in math. Be a role model, guide, and friend to your students as they begin their path to advanced mathematics. Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM), a project of the Art of Problem Solving Initiative, Inc., is seeking undergraduate students or recent graduates to be counselors and teaching assistants for a summer program that gives everyone a chance to excel in mathematics.

There are options in New York City and Los Angeles available, with travel stipend and room and board provided.

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Opportunity for:  BUILDers at least 18 years old by the time of the program

Deadline: March 21st 2023

Media and Digital Communications Internship – Summer 2023

The Media & Digital Communications Intern will be involved in the day-to-day activities of the Pregnancy Justice Media & Communications team. Work will include creating engaging social media content, including graphics and mobile videos, and monitoring their effectiveness, supporting media relations; creating engaging email marketing content; updating the website; conducting research related to our advocacy; and assisting with other communications duties as directed. This position is remote.

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Opportunity for: Undergraduate or graduate Students 

Deadline: Rolling

Ogilvy Health Internship – Summer 2023

This is a program for rising senior college students who are passionate about applying their interest in healthcare communications as well as their coursework and learnings.

This program will be a hybrid model, some time will be spent in either our Parsippany, New Jersey office or our New York City office, and some time will be spent working remotely.  It is a paid 10-week program and runs from Monday, June 5, 2023 through Friday, August 11, 2023.

In order to be considered, students must be rising seniors with a planned graduation date during 2024.  Students must be available to work these 10 weeks, Monday through Friday, approximately 9:00am – 5:00pm.

We anticipate opportunities for summer interns in the following areas:

Account Management/Client Services, Marketing/Advertising, Public Relations, Creative – Art, Copy, Project Management, Strategic Planning/Research, Marketing Analytics, and Finance.

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Opportunity for: NYC Undergraduate or graduate Students 

Deadline: February 24th, 2023

CBS Sports Creative Services Design Internship – Summer 2023

The CBS Sports Creative Services group operates as an in-house advertising agency primarily but not limited to servicing Marketing, Sales, Programming, Public Relations, Operations and CBS Sports Interactive. This group designs and executes print, digital and environmental graphics and materials for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network. Creative execution is from concept to final product with a focus on maintaining the CBS brand and all that it embodies and represents.

Responsibilities include:

-Designing and executing Digital Advertising for paid and unpaid, off-air, social, email and OTT placements

– Designing Print ads and campaigns for placement in Print media and out of home

– Designing Print pieces for production that includes manuals and on-site signage at remote events

-Assisting with the Design and layout of PowerPoint Presentations for Sales, marketing, Operations, production, Programming, Human Resources and the Executive Team

– Logo Design

The program starts in June and runs for 10 weeks. Interns must be available to work full time (5 days) per week in-person in NYC. 

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Opportunity for: NYC Undergraduate or graduate Students 

Deadline: Rolling

Credit Benchmark Internship

Credit Benchmark is a financial data analytics company offering access to an entirely new source of information: the consensus credit risk view of the world’s leading banks. These unique credit risk indicators help deliver a greater understanding of the credit quality of entities around the world.

We are offering a year-long paid commercial internship for current undergraduate or graduate students. The internship is an excellent opportunity for ambitious students to learn about sales, account management and marketing within a startup situated within the financial technology industry.

The duration of the internship is 6 to 12 months, with the possibility of extending. The successful candidate will work closely with the New York commercial, marketing, product, and data teams in a hybrid capacity for approximately 25 – 30 hours per week.

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Opportunity for: Undergraduate or graduate Students 

Deadline: Rolling

US Summernaut Rotational Program at Celonis

Throughout your 10 weeks as a member of our Intern – US Summernaut Rotational Program, you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside colleagues in 2 of the following departments: Technology Consulting, Solution Engineering, Go-to-Market Strategy, Business Development, Field Marketing, Customer Value, Demand Generation, Operations. Interns work full time and in-person in New York City or Raleigh, NC.

You’ll work on Global Teams, engage with Clients, be mentored by Senior Leaders, and have exceptional learning opportunities to grow professionally and personally. Plus, you’ll network with your fellow interns while hearing from Celonis Leadership, participating in Personal Development and Career Roadmap Sessions, and enjoy Social Activities such as game nights, summer outings (baseball/escape rooms), scavenger hunts, etc. 

Learn More here

Opportunity for: NYC Undergraduate Students 

Deadline: Rolling

Institutional Equities Sales and Trading Internship – 1 Week Program in New York City

Are you looking to gain real world experience in a thriving, global financial services firm with an award-winning culture? Consider an internship and start building your career at Baird. The Sales & Trading Internship is designed to occur one week before the candidate’s other full time summer internship begins. The one-week, in-person internship generally occurs the third full week of May. As a Sales and Trading Intern, you will:

  • Have the opportunity to shadow experienced sales associates and traders in a structured team environment
  • Be exposed to a broad array of research and investment banking products which are marketed to the investment management, mutual fund, pension fund and hedge fund community
  • Become educated on the function of U.S. equity markets, along with the intricacies of Baird’s sales teams and trading systems, including exposure to Baird’s sales trading and principal trading desk

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Opportunity for: Undergraduate Students studying Business or a related field

Deadline: Rolling

Summer Research Programs – Harvard School of Public Health

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is offering several summer research programs and summer internships for low-income and/or first-generation students and students of color in the biological sciences. Some programs are virtual, and some are in-person with a stipend and free housing included. Some programs are for rising juniors and seniors only and have a minimum GPA requirement of 3.0. Check each individual website for more details.

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Fostering Advancement & Careers through Enrichment Training in Science (FACETS) is a six-week, virtual, interdisciplinary, research-intensive summer program for rising juniors and seniors. FACETS offers a cadre of coursework, professional development, and networking opportunities to increase participants’ competitiveness for graduate school admission. Underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply! FACETS program participants are paired with a research mentor and graduate student mentor to help them navigate research topics in the field of public health. Learn more here.

Summer Program in Biostatistics and Computational Biology

Enjoy Math, Statistics, and Computation? Intrigued by Big Data? Eager to Impact Public Health? Explore Biostatistics & Computational Biology at Harvard this Summer! The Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology offers diverse undergraduate students a unique opportunity to learn about the use of quantitative methods for biological, environmental, and medical research alongside Harvard faculty, researchers, and graduate students. Details here.

Summer Program in Epidemiology

The Epidemiology Department is proud to offer a summer program for undergraduates from underrepresented groups to gain exposure to the field of public health through coursework, lectures, and research projects. Applicants must have a GPA of at least 3.0. Learn more here.

Summer Program in Biological Sciences and Public Health

This intensive 8 week, in-person laboratory-based biological research program is for undergraduates during the summer following their sophomore or junior years. Up to 6 internships are awarded by a competitive process. The internship culminates with a Poster Session during the final week where the interns present data in regards to the project they have been working on during the summer. The program includes a stipend and free housing. Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA or above. Learn More

Opportunity for: Undergraduate Students 

Deadline: February 17th, 2023

Collective Rising Internship – Collective Power for Reproductive Justice

Collective Power trains and places undergraduate students in full time, paid 10-week summer internships at social justice organizations that are at the forefront of movements advocating for human rights, economic justice, racial equality, queer rights, immigrants’ rights, among others. Interns get hands on experience with organizing, advocacy, direct service, education, public policy and more.

Host organizations are located in cities including New York City, Somerville, MA, and Oakland, CA with remote options available. Interns are required to attend a 3-day training in Amherst, MA with travel and lodging costs covered by Collective Power. Student interns also recieve a $4500 stipend. 

Applicants must

-be returning to school in the fall after the internship

-not be graduating in the spring or summer of the internship year

More details here. 

Opportunity for: Undergraduate Students 

Deadline: January 30th, 2023

Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship – The Ripple Center

The Ripple Fellowship is a 9-month fully-funded immersive educational program for young adults ages 18-24 interested in social impact entrepreneurship. Fellows will have two domestic travel experiences, engage in a weekly online curriculum facilitated by a variety of experts and changemakers, be paired with a mentor, construct a business plan that supports people and planet, and participate in a formal incentivized business pitch to The Ripple Center community. All fellows will receive a $1000 stipend to assist them with any financial burdens they may encounter while investing time into their business plans, which can be used however a Fellow chooses.

More details here. 

Opportunity for: BUILDers age 18-24

Deadline: February 15th, 2023

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Bezos Scholars Program – 2023 Cohort

There’s no experience like the Bezos Scholars Program— a transformative, year-long, no-cost leadership development program that amplifies youth voice and action so young people with passion can start making a difference today. 

At the center of the program are Community Change Projects—fresh, achievable, and sustainable approaches to solving urgent problems, conceived and launched by Scholars with our support. Student scholars receive leadership training from noted experts along with free college advising and $1,000 to fund their projects with the ability to reapply annually.

Learn more and apply here. 

Opportunity for: High School Juniors

Deadline: January 12th, 2023


2023 Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge

Are you passionate about making a positive impact in your community and the world? If your answer is “yes!,” we want to hear about your solution.

The Solv[ED] Youth Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for you to submit your tech-enabled solution that: 

  • Improves learning opportunities and outcomes for learners across their lifetimes, from early childhood on (Learning

  • Supports financial and economic opportunities for all (Economic Prosperity

  • Accelerates healthcare access and health outcomes, reducing and, ultimately, eliminating disparities in health (Health)

  • Takes action to combat climate change and its impacts (Sustainability)

  • Addresses an unmet social, environmental, or economic need not covered in the four dimensions above. 

Click here to learn more and apply.

Opportunity for: All BUILDers under 24

Deadline: January 24th, 2023

Summer 2023 Internships – First Republic Bank

First Republic Bank’s annual internship program offers students banking, corporate, and tech roles for the late spring/early summer. 

Remaining internships are availbale in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston and New York.  

View available internships here.

Opportunity for: All BUILDers

Deadline: Rolling until spots are filled

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Summer 2023 Internships – Roku Student Networks

Student Networks are for currently enrolled college students interested in internships in areas including Core Business, Data Science, Marketing, Software Engineering and more. By joining a student network, you will be notified when a role in your area of interest opens at Roku.

Remaining Summer 2023 internships are located in San Jose, CA.

Click here to learn more and apply.

Opportunity for: All BUILDers

Deadline: Rolling until all spots filled

Summer 2023 Job – PASE Morgan Stanley Summer Teaching Fellow

Are you a college student in the New York area looking for a summer job? Join PASE Morgan StanleySummer Teaching Fellows, a meaningful internship for current college students with hands-on teaching experience, exposure to nonprofits, training, and networking opportunities.

Click here to learn more.

Opportunity for: NYC BUILDers

Deadline: Coming soon, application opens February 2023

Click here to apply.

Fellowships & Entrepreneurship Opportunities

Join BUILD’s Youth Design Fellowship (Virtual)

Apply to participate in a paid fellowship opportunity with BUILD, where you’ll have the opportunity to earn money while giving us feedback on important curricular updates. 

Come back in mid-March for the deadline & other important information!

Opportunity for: all BUILDers

Deadline: coming soon!

Skill Building Opportunities

Free Tech Skill-Building Academy @ Snapchat – Summer 2023

Apply to attend a free tech skill-building academy at Snapchat! 

The Snap Academies are ambitious programs designed to provide meaningful career opportunities to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities and other groups who have been historically disconnected from equal opportunity in the tech sector such as women, community college students, and youth who may have experienced homelessness, foster care, or the juvenile justice system. Through these programs, we strive to prepare our young scholars for careers that may have been otherwise inaccessible.

– Receive an academy scholarship to develop your skills
– Designed for community college (or recent transfer) students
– All learning equipment provided
– Learn from team members at Snap Inc. and connect with Snap mentors.
– Develop a portfolio and network.

More details about the program here.

Opportunity for: all BUILDers

Deadline: Coming soon, application opens March 2023

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Free Tech Training & Certifications

NPower creates pathways to economic prosperity by launching digital careers for military veterans and young adults from underserved communities. They provide tuition-FREE technology training and certifications to young adult job seekers, offering an alternative fast-track to tech jobs with employers committed to hiring diverse IT talent.

In today’s economy, over 50% of all jobs require some degree of technology and digital skill. A recent Microsoft Data Science report estimates that digital job capacity—or the total number of new technology-oriented jobs—in the U.S. will grow to 13 million by 2025.


Opportunity for: NYC & Bay Area BUILDers

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