The Intern Project 2024
Spring Internship Program
The Intern Project (TIP) provides outstanding high school students from schools across LA County the opportunity to work in dynamic career areas. TIP company partner fields include: Arts, Media & Entertainment, Engineering & Tech, Business, Government/Non-Profit/Philanthropy, Sports, and Healthcare & Medical Technology.
Ideal TIP candidates are responsible young adults who are:
The Career Exploration Program is 8 weeks during the fall semester (October-December). Students get paid and receive college credit for completing the program.
Priority will be given to high-need students.
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The Intern Project's Approach
The Intern Project (TIP) works to reduce inequities & opportunity gaps by providing public high school students across Los Angeles the opportunity to work in dynamic career areas through paid remote or on-site internships.
The Intern Project provides an opportunity for students to grow and for businesses to:
- Build a diverse pipeline of future talent
- Cultivate a healthy and supportive workplace culture
- Invest in and generate social impact
The Intern Project's Impact
LA Promise Fund's Mission & Vision:
Mission: To improve academic achievement as well as college and career access and success for students in the Russell Westbrook Why Not? Academy, SLATE-Z, and beyond.
Vision: Students are successful in college, career and life by reducing education inequities and opportunity gaps.
Learn more about LA Promise Fund.