Student Opportunities

Elliot Health System/Healthcare Program for Teens

The Elliot Health System is again offering a program, now in its second year, Healthcare Program for Teens, to introduce high school students (ages 16 and 17) to healthcare careers in NH. Through an application process, twenty-five teens from the Elliot community will be selected to take part in the program throughout the school year.

In the first year of the new Elliot program we were also able to award one $500 college scholarship and will do so again in this second year of the program.

The Healthcare Program for Teens will take place September, 2019 through April, 2020, with eight evening sessions, one per month at Elliot Hospital. An application will be sent to those teens who request it. Completed applications must be submitted no later than July 30, 2019 to be considered.

If you have questions please reach out to:

Kristine Irwin, Director

Clinical Education and Professional Development


Donna Wright, Director

Volunteer Resources

BAE Systems will be hosting their next Engineering Career Day August 22nd

Engineering Career Day is a day-long program where we host 25 high school students to learn about what it’s like to be an engineer, tour our facilities, and experience hands-on engineering activities. Due to the popularity of the program, we are changing the way we select students for each session. In the past, registration was done on a first-come first-serve basis. We believe that this made it hard for some students to attend a session, as they filled up quickly. To try and fix this issue we are trying an application process for our next session. Student will be selected based on whether they have been to an Engineering Career Day or similar event at BAE Systems and their answer on why they are interested in the event. We hope that this change will allow more opportunity to students who are interested in exploring engineering for their future careers.

The new application is posted here.

Kendra Brock

ELDP I - Electrical Engineer

BAE Systems Electronic Systems

T: 608-885-0815 | E:

95 Canal Street, Nashua, NH 03064, NCA01-6236

Are you interested in politics?

I'm Olivia Bergen, Organizing Director for Joyce Craig's mayoral campaign in Manchester this year. We are currently hiring interns for the campaign and would love to have West High School students represented. Interns will work with campaign staff, voters, and volunteers to help build our grassroots campaign, and will have the opportunity to learn about many aspects of political campaigns, including organizing, finance, and communications.

Applicants should possess a commitment to re-electing Mayor Joyce Craig, attention to detail, a willingness to learn, and a positive attitude. No prior experience is required. This is an unpaid, volunteer position, and is available part- or full-time.

If interested, contact...Olivia Bergen

Organizing Director, Joyce Craig for Manchester


Are you interested in pursuing a career in forensic science?

Due to popular demand, Curry College has added a second week to its Summer CSI-Forensics day program, an ideal course for students interested in pursuing a career in forensic science. Now for two weeks in July, 7/8-12 and 7/15-19, Curry College is offering a CSI - Forensics program for rising sophomores through seniors. Students will have the opportunity to learn the role of a crime scene investigator from an expert CSI and forensic analyst!

Registered students will put their problem solving skills to the test, while discover the science behind crime scene and evidence analysis. More information can be found at, where students can also register for the program. If you know of any students who would be interested, we would really appreciate you passing this information along! Both courses are expected to sell out soon.

Curry College | 617-333-2210

Summer CSI Program
Summer CSI Program

Discover Wellesley Weekend Travel Funds Now Available!

Exciting news for your rising senior girls! Students may now apply for a travel grant to attend Discover Wellesley Weekend on Sunday, October 6 and Monday, October 7.

Who is it for?

Wellesley encourages applicants from underrepresented cultural backgrounds such as African American, Asian American, Hispanic/Latina American, Native American; first-generation students; and/or students from other underrepresented communities. The travel grant selection committee will also prioritize inviting students from families with limited financial resources, regardless of cultural or racial background. The above-mentioned are priorities, but are not meant to imply any exclusivity regarding the program or the selection process.

What’s free?

Transportation to and from campus, meals, and overnight housing (with a current student!). Family members are welcome to attend Discover Wellesley Weekend, but the grant only covers travel for the student.

How do students apply?

The priority application deadline is June 30; the final deadline is August 15.

  1. For details on how to apply:
  2. Students are encouraged to report SAT or ACT test scores and must submit a copy of their unofficial transcript (grades 9-11th) and a statement of purpose along with their application.

For more information, please review our travel grant webpage, including our FAQs.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me at Thanks for spreading the word!

Best wishes,

Natasha Robinson

Associate Director of Admission

MCC Info Flyer Printable 2019 (003).pdf
Summer S.T.E.A.M. Camp at Cheshire Academy Flyer.pdf
Early College, Running Start Flyer 18 - 19.pdf

Bryant University

This summer, the Department of Economics at Bryant University will host an Economics Camp for high school aged students from rising sophomores to rising seniors. No previous economics knowledge is necessary.

Students will work closely with Bryant University faculty and students. In an active learning environment, students will work together to use economic concepts to suggest solutions to current social issues. Days will be filled with instruction, games, activities, experiments and much more.

The camp will run from 9:00am – 3:00pm each day from August 5th through August 9th. Attached please find the announcement for the camp. To apply,follow the link. The application has a one-time fee of $50. Students are expected to provide their own transportation. However, all meals and materials will be provided.

Please contact Dr. Laura Beaudin at with any questions. We look forward to seeing your students this summer. See flyer below:

Pain Pallets

New Hampshire Institute of Art

Happy Spring! Summer registration is now open! We are excited to announce the first round of workshops and classes have been listed. New offerings will be added regularly throughout the summer. Keep checking back!

NHIA's Community Education is the place to pursue your creative practice. CE students will have the opportunity to learn and work in state of the art spaces, well-equipped workshops and learn from acclaimed instructors.

Explore our courses and workshops here

Learn about CE offerings:



Summer is just around the corner…

The NH Teen Institute is hosting its 36th Summer Leadership Program! And this year we have TWO programs to choose from!

June 30 – July 5, 2019

Lion’s Camp Pride in New Durham, NH

August 11 – 16th

New Hampton School in New Hampton, NH

Our Summer Leadership Program is a dynamic residential week of leadership development, self-discovery, and social connection. SLP brings diverse high school students from across NH and New England together through experiential workshops designed as catalysts for personal values exploration and increased school and civic engagement.

Whether an identified leader already or still figuring out their path, this is a great opportunity for the youth in our community!

We partner with schools, organization, and community coalitions to recruit participants and on identifying financial sponsorship for teens in your area to attend. Any teen who live in the Greater Manchester Regional Public Health Network are eligible for a full scholarship to attend the program! See the flyer posted below:

2019 SLP One Sheet with Dates and QR Code.pdf

UNH Durham summer program opportunity for rising 11th and 12th graders

Actuarial Science Summer Camp (Math for Fun and Profit)

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.

For more info, click on the link below:






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



Bedford Hills has a wonderful opportunity for you! You say it's not so? Check out the details HERE



Dunkin' Donuts now hires individuals 16 yrs and older and they're hiring! Find out how to apply here!


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School Specialty...Associate-Fulfillment Center

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