Student Opportunities

Learn about programs, events, internships, scholarships, and much more for students your age. Find out how to get opportunities posted on this page.

All Schools

Virtual Field Trips with The Morgan Library & Museum
Event: Ongoing
Contact: schools@themorgan.org 
The Morgan's arts in education programs are now available as virtual field trips for school, camp, and community groups grades K-12. Programs take place live online and use the digital platforms Zoom or GoToMeeting. A Morgan staff member will lead a guided discussion with the students and tours will last approximately 45 minutes. Larger groups may be split into multiple sessions. A teacher, camp counselor, or chaperone must be present online during the program. Programs are free of charge and available Monday through Friday between 10:00am–4:00pm EST. Learn more and book your trip.

Free and By Donation Yoga, Dance, and Gymnastics Virtual Classes
Deadline: July 15, 2020
Event: July 8-August 14, 2020
Contact: Paul Keoni Chun/212-643-9013
Join Keoni Movement Arts for online yoga, dance, and gymnastics classes taught via Zoom for students ages 3-12. Students ages 13 and up may attend free Yoga Dance Flow classes, which is like a yoga and a dance class in one. Learn more and register.

High Schools

Online Coding Programs for Young Women at the New-York Historical Society 
Deadline: Ongoing 
Event: Ongoing 
Contact: teens@nyhistory.org 
Learn to code online in a supportive environment exclusively for girls. Explore how women across the spectrum of race, class, and sexuality exercised power and effected change. Share untold stories of women throughout history, and code digital projects that make a difference in the world and help fight the gender gap. Participants will interact with a live instructor and a community of young women, engage in pair work and collaborate with other teens learning to code online, learn coding to design and build their own digital projects, and get mentored by a wide range of women leaders in technology. This opportunity is open to any high school student who self-identifies as a woman. Learn more and register.

Renew Democracy Initiative High School Essay Contest 
Deadline: July 13, 2020
Contact: Sophia Nam 
Founded by chess champion Garry Kasparov, Renew Democracy Initiative’s mission is to protect democracy around the world. The Renew Democracy Initiative High School Essay Contest asks New York high school students, how do we protect the promises of democracy during crises of public health and racial inequality? The first place winner will receive $250 and a virtual lunch with an RDI board member. Learn more and submit.

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