Experiential Learning Opportunities and Resources

If you would like to submit an opportunity to be included on this page, please email Melissa at merysemus@seattleschools.org

Interagency offers job skills training internships.
  • Culinary
  • BikeWorks
  • Garden
  • Hard Hats & Hammers


YearUp, a one-year PAID internship program, is currently accepting applications for their next enrollment which starts in March. Participants receive 6 months of training then spend 6 months interning at a major Seattle area business. A GED OR a high school diploma is required.More info at http://www.yearup.org/

Volunteer Opportunities

United Way of King County

Teen Volunteer Opportunities at The Seattle Public Library

Goodwill Seattle

Barrista Training with YouthCare and Fare Start

The Barrista Training and Education Programoffers experience and on-the-job training, helps buildresumes and references,allows studentsto earn money, and offers paid internships and job shadowing.Find out more at www.youthcare.org.

Youth Speaks Open Mics

Youth Speaks Open Mics are 7:00pm very 1st Sunday @ WAPI on Rainier Ave. and Hudson St., as well as every 3rd Sunday @ Cafe Allegro on 42nd, in the alley between University Way and 15th Ave. our open mics are supportive, celebratory spaces and people are free to do whatever they want: music, freestyle, poetry, finished or not, whatever.

Airport jobs – Office open every Friday 9am-5pm

http://www.airportjobs.org/ Students should do some research, and jobs are posted regularly.

Additional Resources

City of Seattle Teen Networking
This site will connect you to teen programs, local community and art events, jobs, homework help, health info, music videos and more.

College and Career Readiness
Seattle Public Schools has resources to help students plan for after high school.
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