Clean Water Ambassadors Internship

Clean Water Ambassadors Internship

Systems Education Experiences Internships at ISB

KEXP’s Internship Program

Interns are paid $22/hour and work an average of 15 hours/week over 6 months (450 hours total). The cohort’s term begins in April and ends in October. If you’re willing, please share these opportunities with your community! See more details below and do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions, thoughts, or concerns.

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Teens in Public Service (TIPS) Internship due March 3rd, 2023.

Summer internships with TIPS are…

1. Paid – Earn up to $2700 $2900 over 6-8 weeks! — The expected 2023 Seattle minimum wage has been raised to $18.69/hour!

2. Meaningful – Work at a non-profit in the Greater Seattle Area and give back to your community

3. Growth Opportunities – Gain work experience, network with TIPS alum, and add to your resume.

Learn more about TIPS here!


Expedia Group High School Work Experience

Submit application by January 3rd.


Dec 1st-Jan 3rd- socialize with students and have them submit their applications

Jan  11th committee meets (made up of Expedia (2 staff), maybe one or two other folks from OMAD  to select a slate of candidates.

Jan 13th- share out initial slate with Expedia get their feedback (may not be needed since they will participate in the committee).

Jan 16th start notifying students they were accepted into program and notify those that they didn’t get in.

Jan 30th- start meeting with students, parents and schools/program if necessary to prepare students, solve any challenges or answer any questions they may have.

Feb 20-24th-internship

March-debrief with Expedia team and collect surveys from students. Make recommendations for future opportunities.




Whale Scout, a nonprofit organization in King County, WA,is looking for student summer interns to help with salmon habitat restoration, outreach, and education activities with diverse audiences. Dedicated to protecting Pacific Northwest whales through land-based conservation experiences, Whale Scout takes a boots-on-the-ground approach to recovering endangered Southern Resident killer whales and the salmon they rely upon. We acknowledge that we are on the ancestral lands of the Coast Salish people, and recognize that certain local communities of color, including indigenous people are often disproportionately impacted by lack of salmon, poor water quality, and access to outdoor environmental experiences and education. Our programs, including this internship, work to address these issues. We are seeking applicants whose backgrounds, experiences, skills, and interests align with environmental justice goals related to Puget Sound. This internship will offer students the opportunity to learn about killer whales, salmon habitat, native vegetation, communication, community building, non-profit organizational management, and become certified water quality monitors. It will offer those 17 and older field experience educating the public including diverse families. The internship may also include opportunities to participate in field trips to San Juan Island. Activities will be adjusted to comply with all COVID-19 guidelines.

Duration: eight weeks, approximately 20 hours a week, with $15/hr compensation.

Deadline: May 16th

Application Link: Click here


The INROADS Internship Program matches underrepresented minority students with internship opportunities with more than 60 major corporations, including Fortune 500 companies. Students who have career interests in business, engineering, technology, nursing, pharmacy, marketing or sales are encouraged to apply. You must be a graduating high school senior who has been admitted to an accredited college or university. High school students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and a minimum 20 ACT/1000 SAT score. All applicants must be permanent residents of the United States.

Deadlines: Varies

Registration: Click Here


Boeing Manufacturing Fellowship (Past)

Location: Virtual

Dates: Spring 2022

Minimum Age: 16

Application Link: Click Here

Deadline: February 28 (Past)

Contact: If you have any questions, please email the Boeing Workforce Development Team at

Additional Resources:

  1. Building your Manufacturing Resume video tutorial
  2. Preparing for a Manufacturing Interview video tutorial

Core Plus Aerospace Internship (with Boeing) (Past)

Location: Onsite at multiple Boeing Sites

Dates: Summer 2022

Minimum Age: 16

Application Link: Click Here

Deadline: February 28 (Past)

Contact: If you have any questions, please email the Boeing Workforce Development Team at

7-week (~280 hour) Internship (Past)

Topics: Computational Biology, Microbial Interactions, Resilience and Collapse of Complex Systems, the Microbiome, Microbial Evolution, Cancer Systems Medicine, Bioengineering with Algae, and more.

Location: Baliga and other ISB Labs

Dates: July 5th – August 19th 2022

Desired Applicants: 4-10 High School Interns

Application Link: Click Here

Deadline: Wednesday 3/16/2022

Environmental Systems in the Outdoors Research Experience (Past)

This experience will be a virtual opportunity that allows students to learn science in order to take action in their community. Students will meet virtually 2-3 days a week to learn from scientists, researchers, educators, and their peers about environmental STEM field research.

Location: Virtual

Dates: Summer 2022

Desired Applicants: 50 students, 10th & 11th graders

Application Link: Click Here

Deadline: Wednesday 3/16/2022

Systems Thinkers in STEM Ambassadorship (STiSA) (Past)

The first opportunity available to students will be to attend a 2-hour, “Systems are Everywhere” micro-course. After that course, students can sign up to be a part of the STiSA network.

Location: Virtual

Dates: Summer 2022

Desired Applicants: 10th & 11th graders

Application Link: Click Here

Deadline: Wednesday 3/16/2022