High school business internships
If you are a Chicago high school junior you can apply for the CSBI (Chicago Summer Business Institute) program. Founded in 1991 to provide paid summer internships for Chicago high school students and to introduce them to the financial services sector, the Chicago Summer Business Institute’s goals have always remained the same: to give participants an incentive to continue their education while preparing them for the business world.
For Chicago high schoolers, Future Founders, which is an entrepreneurial organization offers a couple-week paid program for Chicago high schoolers who are 14+ and the program lets you network with entrepreneurs here: https://www.futurefounders.com/summer-internship/. Future Founders also offers Startup Bootcamp https://www.futurefounders.com/startup-bootcamp/ which is a virtual unpaid program for 18-30-year-olds in every state that provides resources for your business. They also accept you if you just have an idea.
3) On The Money Magazine journalism and entrepreneurship internship | High school business internships
There is also the On The Money Magazine journalism and entrepreneurship high school business internship for Chicago high schoolers. High schoolers can get paid to write about entrepreneurial and finance-related topics for their for teens by teens magazine. They can also have a mini entrepreneurship internship to help run the magazine.
The Junior Economic Club is an organization across the U.S in many states that provides high schoolers in many states interested in business with networking connections. It’s competitive to be accepted, but worth it! You also are more likely to get internship offers in high school by joining the club. You can view the different Junior Economic Club chapters here (what state has a JEC chapter): https://www.junioreconomicclub.org/
The YEP (Young Entrepreneurs Program) is for high school juniors and seniors in Kansas City Missouri. Here YEP partners with local high-growth companies in the Midwest to offer students opportunities to learn from professionals in a variety of fields, including engineering, marketing, product management, sales, finance, and analytics.
For New York high schoolers there is the Pentacle internship for a for-profit or nonprofit small business here: This is for high school students looking to supplement their academic education with real-life business skills or who may need help figuring out their next steps, Pentacle’s High School Internship Program provides hands-on work experience, career development, and mentorship during the 8-week program session. Students get a $600 stipend.
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