Check out these internships, scholarships, programs, and other opportunities for high school students.
This year, more than $200,000 will go to emerging social entrepreneurs developing mobile-first solutions to enhance our lives and address challenges in American communities. Up to six applicants will receive unrestricted grants, with a first-place award of $100,000. The top three winners will also receive a professionally produced video and opportunities to participate in speaking engagements and events for wireless industry leaders, elected officials, and policymakers.
The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes
The Barron Prize annually honors 25 outstanding young leaders ages 8 to 18 who have made a significant positive difference to people and the environment. Fifteen top winners each receive $10,000 to support their service work or higher education.
Civics Unplugged: The 2024 Civic Innovation Academy
This is a week-long, in-person experience in Washinton D.C. designed for the most innovative young changemakers. From June 22-29, 2024, you’ll join a cohort of 75 Civic Fellows from across the country, and meet face-to-face with legislators, organizers, CEOs, and academics to explore the diverse world of change. You'll meet with executive staff and representatives from the departments of State, Treasury, Education, and The White House to brainstorm solutions for our nation’s most pressing social issues. U.S. based high school students or students who graduate High School in June ‘24 are eligible
Washington D.C., DC, USA
Call For Kindness
The Call For Kindness (C4K) gives young leaders (ages 13-23) across the country the skills, connections, and funding they need to run social impact projects that inspire kindness and strengthen their local, national, or global communities. The Call For Kindness consists of a 12-month leadership development fellowship and a startup grant of up to $5,000. Fellows receive 1:1 coaching and project support, virtual skill-building sessions, an in-person leadership Retreat, networking, mentorship opportunities, and a peer community of other young changemakers. Fellows can also apply for Continuation Grants with ongoing project support and coaching.
The Endurance Scholarship
Provides financial support to students of color from the Chicagoland area who may be experiencing social barriers beginning their vocational or collegiate education. This year we are awarding $500 to 4 students.
500 Terry Francois Street, 6th Floor. San Francisco, CA 94158