Student Opportunities

Media Power Youth is launching a new youth advisory board to guide us as we expand our programming. This would be a wonderful leadership opportunity for media-savvy high school students who want to build their advocacy skills. Meetings will be held once a month on Zoom starting May 10th. We're accepting applications through May 3rd. Here's a link to the information on our website:

I also wanted to share some context from one of the media examples I talked about during the Learning Through Media presentation. I briefly mentioned the cakewalk as a historical dance, however, this dance has a deep and complicated history of both racism and empowerment. You can read more about it here: This could be a great discussion for interested students.


Claire Garand (she/her)

Education Program Manager

Media Power Youth

1245 Elm Street Manchester NH 03101


NHTI Manchester West Onsite Admissions Flyer.pdf


Onsite Admission Day at West High School

Thursday, May 6th!

Queen City Bike Collective

is Hiring!

35 Elm Street

Check their blog out here for more info:

Interested in Becoming an Actuary?

An actuary is a business professional who uses mathematical and

financial tools to help identify and manage risk, so it's a great career

for students who are strong mathematically but who are not necessarily

interested in teaching. It's also great for students who like business

and have good math aptitude.

I run a one-week summer program for rising high school seniors who want

to learn more about the profession. Here's a link to the program web site:

Because of Covid, we're running this year's camp remotely and reducing the price from 950 to 600. However, we're preserving the vital aspects of the experience:

  • students will work in teams and present their solutions to relevant problems;

  • practicing actuaries will give real time presentations and work with students on mini-projects;

  • RAs will facilitate co-curricular programming for students.

If you have any questions, contact the person listed below.

Patrick Brewer

Director of Actuarial Science

Lebanon Valley College


Are you interested in Boston University's COM Summer Journalism Academy?

Click here for more information.

High School AI Summer Program by MIT Graduates

At Inspirit AI, students participate in live online video sessions where they work in small groups (4:1 student-instructor ratio) with mentors from MIT and Stanford to learn the fundamentals of artificial intelligence, participate in critical discussions about ethical implications, and develop a socially impactful project in domains such as healthcare, media, art and more. Students can apply their diverse interests to trace different strains of COVID-19, identify exoplanets using NASA datasets, prevent the spread of fake news online, conduct algorithmic stock trading, and more.

Students of all levels (from complete beginners to advanced coders) are invited to apply here by March 31st for our spring or summer sessions.

We’d really appreciate it if you could share our brochure and the short note below below with your students and parents in grades 9 to 12.

High School AI + Social Good Program by MIT and Stanford Graduates

AI Scholars Live Online is a 10-session (25 hours) pre-college enrichment program that exposes high school students (Grades 9-12) to the fundamentals of artificial intelligence and guides them to build a socially impactful project in areas including medicine, astronomy, journalism, finance, and more. Taught by our team of graduate students from Stanford and MIT, students receive a personalized, interdisciplinary learning experience with a student-teacher ratio of 4:1. We offer multiple dates and times for our Spring Semester and Summer Break programs. Students of all backgrounds may apply here ( by March 31st for Spring/Summer and learn more in our brochure or on our website. Please contact Lucas Hornsby at with any questions. Thank you!

Boston Leadership Institute Announces:

One-Week Programs, Boston Leadership Institute.docx

Boston Leadership Institute, Edge Programs 2021.docx

Call for Applications, BLI 2021.docx

Boston Leadership Institute

is accepting applications!

The regular application period is now open for our competitive admission research programs. High-achieving students from your high school are invited to apply. A flyer is attached with a complete list of three-week summer programs available for 2021. Please post this Call for Applications on Summer opportunities boards at your school and/or distribute to students you think may be interested. You may also forward this email with clickable links. Contact me if you would like copies of the flyer mailed to you.

Please find a synopsis below of the many advantages our summer competitive admissions research programs provide to your students. Contact us for details on financial aid.


The Boston Leadership Institute is now accepting applications for Summer 2021 STEM programs designed for high-achieving high school students. Participants engage in experimental research with faculty experts in cutting-edge areas of science. Programs are offered in fields that generate high demand STEM careers.

Programs provide:

  • Hands-on, in-depth research experience that can be included in college admissions essays

  • Research skills that afford students an edge in obtaining internships and research positions

  • A platform to explore potential college majors and careers

  • An opportunity for students to demonstrate initiative, drive, and mastery of upper level STEM subject matter

  • A guarantee to participate in award-winning programs rain or shine – we will run live or remote.

Well-equipped science labs and premier facilities provide the type of summer experience that is highly valued in college admissions. Programs take full advantage of Greater Boston locations where world-class colleges such as Harvard meet world-class biotech and medical centers to provide field trips and guest lectures. Over 1200 students enjoyed our 2019 programs. In 2020, we successfully rolled out remote programs. This summer, we plan to offer both live and remote options. Alumni now attend top-ranked universities such as MIT, Harvard, Penn, and Yale. Day or overnight options are available. Programs include those listed below. If they are not labeled "Remote" they are currently scheduled to run in-person at one of our three locations in Boston or the Greater Boston Area.

For West Students & Parents:

The following information is from Major Wheelock about Manchester Community College's Early College Program:

I wanted to send you some information about our Early College program we offer at Manchester Community College. This program allows high school students to sign up for college classes while they are in high school and receive high school and college credit for the same course. Online classes are eligible this year due to covid adjustments.

This can be beneficial for students who have completed most of their high school graduation requirements or are looking to take a class the high school does not offer or fit in the student's schedule.

Early College is available to students 16 and above (Juniors and Seniors). The tuition for the classes is half price. The Governor's STEM scholarship can be applied. Classes start January 19th.

I have attached a flyer about Early College and a registration form you may give or email to students.

Please have students contact me directly if they are interested in the Early College program or 206-8016

Early College Registration need to be sent to me to apply the discount and be registered.

Major Wheelock

NH Job Corps has RE-OPENED!

Job Corps provides, 100% FREE housing, food, job training, high school diploma, GED, drivers license, resume writing, job search, job training and job placement!

If you know someone who may need STABILITY and assistance in their life, please forward this information to them or their parents or guardians.

* NH Job Corps is 100% FREE for eligible applicants.

* We are federally funded and operated under the U.S. Dept. of Labor.

* There are 121 Job Corps centers nationwide.

* The goal of Job Corps is to help underprivileged youngsters obtain financial and educational stability, with the end goal of landing a great paying job, and self-sustainability.

* The program is primarily aimed toward young people ages 16-24 yrs old, BUT if someone has a MH disability, educational disability such as an IEP or 504, or physical disability, the entry age is limitless!

* Students can be full residential, or commuter students. We provide 100% of costs to live, train and achieve an education on our center.

Some of the trades offered are:

1. Pharmacy Tech

2. Automotive Tech

3. Computer Tech

4. Welding

5. Plumbing


7. Clinical Medical Assistant

8. Medical Admin Assistant

9. Licensed Nursing Assistant

10. Construction

11. Advanced Manufacturing

12. Security

13. Facility Maintenance

14. Culinary

15. And so many more!

For more information, please contact:

Kelly Hillyer

Admissions Counselor


New Hampshire Job Corps

943 Dunbarton Road

Manchester, NH 03102

Early College, Running Start Flyer 2020.pdf

MCC Offers Many Opportunities to Get a Jump Start on College

Summer Programs 2021 - Teacher and Guidance Resource List.docx

Summer Programs ~ 2021

Call For Applications - Boston Leadership Institute.docx

Boston Leadership Institute ~ Summer 2021

Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business

Manchester West High School is invited to the 2021 BOLD Conference that will be held virtually from Saturday, January 30th to Sunday, January 31st, 2021. BOLD (Business Oriented Leadership Development) is a business conference for high school girls presented by Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business.

BOLD, previously known as YWBLC, is part of Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business (HUWIB), which is the largest undergraduate business organization on Harvard’s campus, reaching over 400 members. Our mission is to empower young women and future leaders by uniting them through business education and experience.

Since 2017, our conferences have been remarkable experiences for our organization and for the high school girls who attended. Though we wish we could have hosted our conference in person, the BOLD team has been working hard to provide the best virtual experience for everyone! The conference will be a full weekend of dynamic programming that seeks to introduce high school women to the business world and guide them in developing essential skills for charting their path in the field. Attendees will attend a wide range of presentations and workshops that will help them further develop business, organization, and communication skills needed for future endeavors. Other programming includes virtual campus tours, workshops, and various industry panels.

Registration is now officially open and can be found at this link. Given the current pandemic and the financial hardships it may present, the BOLD team has decided to implement a “pay-what-you-can system” for ticket prices. In other words, attendees can choose to attend the conference for free, or donate what they are able to. Any donation amount will be greatly appreciated as all proceeds will go towards the scholarship fund for future BOLD conferences. As we transition to a virtual conference and stay mindful of the extenuating circumstances we are in, we wanted to make this event accessible to as many high school women as possible.

For more information about the BOLD conference, please visit For information regarding Harvard Women in Business in general, please visit Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns. We look forward to hearing from you and hope you join us for this exciting event!

All the best,

The BOLD Conference Team

Young Leaders Description.pdf

Are you interested in politics?

My name is Hannah and I currently work as a field intern in the Merrimack Valley for Joe Kennedy's senate campaign. Our team is about to roll out an exciting new project called Young Leaders for Joe. This program will last for approximately 8 weeks starting on July 9th and going until the end of the summer. It's a very small time commitment- about 6 hours a week. The Young Leaders Program will help students get their first experience working on a campaign, and will invite them to participate in training's and conversations with local elected officials. Our campaign has made it a priority to reach out to young people across the region, and we would love your help recruiting students for this program.

If anyone is interested in helping our campaign, is interested in politics, or may want to work in politics in the future, we would love to get in contact with you. If you are interested, please apply at . A description of the program is also attached.

If you have any questions please contact me at (408) 239-7491 or

Opportunity for Math & Finance Students

An actuary is a business professional who uses mathematical and

financial tools to help identify and manage risk, so it's a great career

for students who are strong mathematically but who are not necessarily

interested in teaching. It's also great for students who like business

and have good math aptitude.

There's a one-week summer program for rising high school seniors who want

to learn more about the profession. Here's a link to the program web site:

HiSET Plus Program Flyer.pdf

BAE Systems Engineering Career Day_Application_2019-2020_FINALV2.pdf





YMCA of Downtown Manchester

Help Wanted for Youth Programs

The Granite YMCA is currently seeking Assistant Group Leaders for our After-school Programs. We are seeking energetic individuals interested in making a difference every day after-school. Applicants must have the capacity to interact with children in a nurturing manner in a licensed after-school program focused on building resilient kids and supplementing academics.

Applicants must have desire to work as part of a team and will assist in facilitation of program day. Individual will assist with assigned group, assist with planning activities and homework help, facilitation of enrichment activities, as well as, opening and closing childcare site.

Programs run from 2:50pm – 6pm

Flexible schedules & professional development opportunities. Come for a job, stay for a career!

Pay rate $9.00 - $10.25 depends on experience

Email Adrienne Royal, Senior Director of Child Development @

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I hope you've had a great summer. I wanted to reach out again with information about our fall internship program for Joyce Craig's mayoral campaign. We had a really successful intern cohort this summer of 12 students from six high schools and universities, and look forward to a new group starting in the fall.

Interns work with campaign staff, voters, and volunteers to help build our grassroots campaign, and have the opportunity to learn about many aspects of political campaigns, including organizing, finance, and communications.

As the school year starts up, please forward to students who would be interested. I'm happy to sign off on community service or career exploration forms for them, the internship suits both. Our application is at and I've attached a job description and flyer. Thank you for passing on!

Thank you,

Olivia Bergen

Organizing Director, Joyce Craig for Manchester

NH WiT Application.docx
Photo Release.pdf
NH Women in Technology waiver.pdf
MCC Info Flyer Printable 2019 (003).pdf
Early College, Running Start Flyer 18 - 19.pdf






Are You Worth $17/Hr?

Our appointment setters use the phone to schedule sales appointments, and work their own schedule & hours, full time or part time. Get great training, earn a guaranteed $10/hr, and have multiple ways to bonus. $17/hr is not unusual, $25+/hr is possible. After 12 weeks of training qualified candidates can work from home. 5 Immediate Openings with $1,000 Sign On Bonus. MUST BE AT LEAST 16 YEARS OF AGE. NH Exteriors, 50 Pinewood Road, Suncook, NH. 210-0128



A great opportunity HERE


Good afternoon everyone!

My name is Kris Komisarek and I am the Recreation Director at the center. My team and myself are looking for young individuals that was to donate some of their time and energy to those that are in need. I just wanted to follow-up and reach out to those that may have some individuals that may be interested in volunteering at Genesis Hackett Hill Nursing Home.

This is a great opportunity for those that need some community service hours and/or those that may be interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare field.

Thank you,

Kris Komisarek

Kris Komisarek | Recreation Director

Hackett Hill Genesis Healthcare

191 Hackett Hill Rd, Manchester, NH 03102

P: 603-668-8161 Ext: 1118 | eFax: 610-961-5883






Don't you wish the saying, "try it before you buy it" was applicable to the jobs you were interested in? Well City Year is making your wish a reality! This January City Year Boston, New York and New Hampshire are opening their doors for a Shadow Day to allow anyone interested in learning more about our organization and the work we do the opportunity to see it in person. Shadow Day participants will visit a City Year Site, meet current corps member and follow them into their respective schools to get a glimpse in the life of a City Year AmeriCorps Member. Please check out the attached flier for more information and follow this link to RSVP for one of our events



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